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Chavo Guerrero to manage Bandido at ROH Supercard of Honor

Bandido challenges Jonathan Gresham for the undisputed ROH World title at Friday's show.
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Chavo Guerrero will be in Bandido's corner at ROH Supercard of Honor. 

Ring of Honor owner Tony Khan made the announcement Thursday night on Twitter, posting a video promo that Guerrero cut stating that he would be managing Bandido at Friday's event. 

Guerrero said that you can't have wrestling history without a Guerrero, that he will make his presence known, that he demands respect, and that he will have that respect on Friday. 

Guerrero had a brief stint in Khan's AEW promotion, debuting in July 2021 as a manager for Andrade El Idolo. Guerrero was written out of storylines in September 2021 when he took a job in Australia as a wrestling consultant on Season 2 of NBC's Young Rock show. 

Guerrero said that he took the opportunity on Young Rock with Khan's blessing, and was assured that his AEW job would be there for him when he returned. Guerrero was removed from the AEW roster page sometime in 2022.

Guerrero stated that after returning to the United States in February, Khan had not been answering his calls or text messages. Khan addressed the situation at the post-Revolution press conference, stating that while Guerrero had not been under contract but only on a pay-per-appearance deal, he owed Chavo a phone call. 

The issue appears to have been smoothed over, as Guerrero will be working for Khan on Friday.

Supercard of Honor airs on FITE TV Friday, April 1 at 8 p.m. Eastern time. A one-hour pre-show will air for free on YouTube beginning at 7 p.m. Eastern. 

Here's the Supercard of Honor lineup:

  • Winner-take-all match to determine undisputed ROH World Champion: Jonathan Gresham vs. Bandido (w/Chavo Guerrero)
  • ROH Tag Team Champions The Briscoes defend against FTR
  • Interim ROH Women's World Championship match: Mercedes Martinez vs. Willow Nightingale
  • ROH TV Champion Rhett Titus defends against Minoru Suzuki
  • ROH Pure Champion Josh Woods defends against Wheeler Yuta
  • Jay Lethal vs. Lee Moriarty
  • Swerve The Realest (Shane Strickland) vs. Alex Zayne
  • Ninja Mack vs. Tully Blanchard's new client