Bobby Cruise Reveals Scrapped Plans For New ROH Titles
Plans ultimately didn't come to fruition in ROH
Bobby Cruise and Maria Kanellis were influential in rebuilding the Ring Of Honor women's division in recent years prior to the company's hiatus in December 2021 and subsequent acquisition by Tony Khan.
Kanellis and Cruise have since established the independent wrestling promotion Women's Wrestling Army and while discussing the company on Busted Open Radio, Cruise revealed there were plans to introduce ROH Women's Tag Team Championships in 2022.
"We'd love to work with other promotions and have titles. We want to establish our talent. We had a great following with our Ring of Honor women's division in 2021. We also know that there are a lot of people that may check out Women's Wrestling Army that never saw any of that. We feel we're almost starting over and re-introducing the talent. We figure that's going to take a while and then we will get into titles. I can already think about doing a women's champion and women's tag team champions, which we had talked about with Ring of Honor if we had the time in 2022, we would have done that," Cruise said.
Following Tony Khan's purchase of Ring Of Honor in March 2022, the promotion held Supercard Of Honor on April 1 and ROH titles have been defended in All Elite Wrestling. ROH will reportedly return to pay-per-view the weekend of July 23 for Death Before Dishonor.
H/T to Fightful