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Two new entrants announced for ROH Women's title tournament

Two new entrants have been confirmed for ROH's Women's World Championship tournament.

ROH has announced that Miranda Alize and Trish Adora will both be entrants in this summer's Women's World Championship tournament. They got their spots in the tournament by being awarded "Tickets to Gold" by Maria Kanellis-Bennett at the end of this week's ROH Women's Division Wednesday episode.

Alize defeated Adora in their match on this week's Women's Division Wednesday.

ROH's Women's World Championship [tournament was originally supposed to take place in 2020 but was pushed back following the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alize had also been announced as one of the original entrants for the tournament when it was supposed to take place last year.

Alize goes by the nickname "The Lucha Baddie." She's made several appearances for AEW and was an entrant in WWE's inaugural Mae Young Classic in 2017. She went by the name Miranda Salinas in the Mae Young Classic.

Adora is a United States Army veteran who holds the Pan Afrikan World Diaspora Championship. Adora has been wrestling for five years. She trained at The Dudley Boyz's Team 3D Academy and has also been trained by ROH's Jonathan Gresham and Cheeseburger.

Alize, Adora, Rok-C, and Angelina Love are the first four entrants that have been announced for the ROH Women's World Championship tournament. The ROH Women's World Championship is a new title that's replacing the former Women of Honor World Championship.

As a stipulation of Love defeating Quinn McKay on the latest episode of ROH TV, Love will get a first-round bye in the tournament.