NWA's Nick Aldis Vs. PCO Announced For ROH Supercard Of Honor 14

Both titles could be on the line...

NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis has engaged more and more with Ring Of Honor since Marty Scurll appeared at Into The Fire back in December. Since then, The National Treasure has appeared at ROH events as he and The Villain continue to build to their eventual clash at The Crockett Cup pay-per-view in April 2020 for the NWA Worlds title.

Last night, Free Enterprise was main evented by Scurll & PCO vs. Aldis & Rush. Villain Enterprises ultimately picked up the win after Rush walked out on his partner, which allowed the ROH World Champion to connect with the PCO-sault. After the match, Scurll took up his second job as ROH Joint Head Booker and announced the stipulations for his bout with Aldis. If he won, he would walk away as the new NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion, but if Aldis won, he would have to pay him $500,000.

Then the former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion announced that PCO and Aldis would go one on one at Supercard Of Honor 14 on April 4 in Lakeland, Florida. He did not confirm whether the titles would be on the line, but Aldis could perceivably reign as both ROH World Champion and NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion by the end of April.

ROH Supercard of Honor takes place at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland, Florida on April 4. The announced card so far is as follows:

  • PCO vs. Nick Aldis

  • Marty Scurll vs. Jay White

  • Bandido, Flamita & Rey Horus (c) vs. Will Ospreay, Amazing Red & Rocky Romero - ROH Six-Man Tag Team TitlesĀ 

  • Jeff Cobb & Dan Maff vs. KENTA & Taiji Ishimori



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