Cary SIlkin, Gabe Sapolsky React To Tony Khan's Purchase Of ROH
The ‘code of honor’ is strong with the former ROH heads
The wrestling world is reacting to the seismic news that AEW President Tony Khan is the new owner of Ring of Honor.
Names from across wrestling, as well as former Ring of Honor stars have had their say on the deal, with ROH co-founder Gabe Sapolsky expressing his thoughts on Instagram:
“Here’s how Ring Of Honor started. It was announced as a monthly indie in a mail order catalog for a video company. I never dreamed that 20 years later it would be featured on a prominent, red hot wrestling show on TBS. I’m very happy that so many more will now enjoy the legacy of ROH and that it will continue to blaze a path in the world of pro wrestling. Congratulations to Tony Khan on becoming the new owner. I normally give a pro tip in my IG posts. All I’ll say here is to never limit yourself and anything is possible in life. It means so much to me that this little indie darling from 2002 will forge forward in 2022 and continue to build community while bringing entertainment to the fans.”
Former ROH President Cary Silkin also gave his thoughts on the sale, writing on Twitter:
“Congrats to @TonyKhan and @AEWLive At least I feel my baby is in good hands. What a long strange trip it’s [email protected] #aew #watchroh”