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Rhett Titus vs. Minoru Suzuki ROH TV title match set for Supercard of Honor

A fifth title match has been added to Friday's pay-per-view.

The Ring of Honor TV title will be on the line Friday in Dallas, Texas, as reigning champion Rhett Titus will defend against Minoru Suzuki at the Supercard of Honor pay-per-view.

If he wins, it will be Suzuki's first-ever U.S.-based championship. This will be his first match for ROH since 2019 and his first singles match for the promotion since the fall 2017 Global Wars series.

This will be Titus' second defense of the gold he won at last December's Final Battle in a four-way over then-champion Dalton Castle, Joe Hendry and Silas Young. He competed against Pure Champion Josh Woods in January for an indie promotion with the match going to a draw.

This will be the first time either man has faced each other in a singles match.

Here's the updated lineup for Friday's show:

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