Matt Sydal Wants Old ROH Logo To Return

Will the glory days of Honor rise again?

With news that AEW President Tony Khan has bought Ring of Honor, it has caused a wave of optimism to spread amongst wrestling fans of a certain vintage.

During its glory years in the mid-2000s, Ring of Honor was one of the greatest wrestling products on the planet, with a unique look and die-hard audience, and AEW’s Matt Sydal has noted on Twitter how he wants a return to the glory years:

“Let’s bring back that old school ROH logo.”

For many fans, the classic logo represents the quality that ROH was known for, alongside the promotion’s use of red/black ring mats, and the metal panels that adorned the crowd barriers that were battered like drums whenever the in-ring action was good.

Sydal is no stranger to Ring of Honor, wrestling for the promotion between 2004-2007, and from 2014-2017. Sydal also wrestled a handful of matches for ROH in 2020, wrestling in the Ring of Honor PURE Title Tournament.

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