As part of a relaunch that kicks off in April, Ring of Honor will focus on both the men's and women's World titles and the Tag Team titles.
Bryan Alvarez first reported the news on Monday's Wrestling Observer Live.
Alvarez said that the three different titles will continue to be defended in various promotions like GCW and Impact as has been the case recently and that Ring of Honor has the rights to air those matches on their weekly TV show, essentially making them "old-school touring World champions" as he put it.
It's likely to be mid-March when those matches will begin to air on ROH's weekly TV show on Sinclair.
This news also means that the Pure title, the TV title and Six-Man titles will go dormant as they will no longer be defended.
After announcing in October that they would take the first quarter of 2022 off to reassess their future, ROH announced Monday that they will return at Supercard of Honor on Friday, April 1st in Garland, Texas, as part of WrestleMania weekend events. The promotion will run like an indie with non-contracted talent.