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ROH announces Women's title tournament entrant


Ring of Honor has confirmed one of the entrants that will be taking part in their Women's World Championship tournament.

At the end of this week's ROH Women's Division Wednesday episode, it was announced that Rok-C will be an entrant in the ROH Women's World Championship tournament. She received the first "Ticket to Gold" from Maria Kanellis-Bennett, granting her a spot in the tournament.

Rok-C made her ROH debut on last week's premiere edition of Women's Division Wednesday. Rok-C teamed with Max the Impaler against Hyan & Laynie Luck. The match ended in a 15-minute draw.

The 19-year-old Rok-C goes by the nickname "The Prodigy." She started training in pro wrestling at 13 years old and later trained at Booker T's Reality of Wrestling school. Rok-C is a former Diamonds Division Champion in Reality of Wrestling.

Angelina Love is also set to take part in the Women's World Championship tournament. On the ROH TV episode that premieres this coming weekend, Love will face ROH broadcaster Quinn McKay. The match is McKay's ROH in-ring debut. If McKay wins, McKay receives a spot in the tournament. If Love wins, Love receives a first-round bye.

The ROH Women's World Championship tournament will take place this summer. It was originally supposed to be held last year but was delayed following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The ROH Women's World Championship is a new title that's replacing the old Women of Honor World Championship.

It was announced earlier this week that former ROH commentator Lenny Leonard is returning to the promotion to call the Women's World Championship tournament.