At this point it’s safe to say that Ring of Honor has ascended to the number 2 wrestling company in the United States. With their new TV deal and recent partnerships they have clearly moved past TNA in relevancy in the wrestling world. ROH has taken things to the next level with their new agreement Pro Wrestling Guerilla. Working with PWG will get the primarily East Coast company major West Coast exposure.
Between the new partnership with PWG and the ongoing relationship with New Japan Pro Wrestling ROH is poised to have a huge 2016. Starting with the NJPW Wrestle Kingdom PPV next week that will feature many of the companies superstars there will be lots of opportunity for the talent to get exposure and also earn extra income. That income can be key to the company surviving the ongoing talent raids that the WWE will consistently try to reload their NXT roster.
If ROH continues to provide a top notch product that emphasizes athletic competition and take these new developments as an opportunity to increase their television production value who knows what is possible for this company.
Keith B. Holt
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