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Kris Wolf To Wrestle For ROH

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As Women of Honor continues to grow into a global phenomenon seen in over 100 countries via Women of Honor Wednesday, the best talent in the world are looking for their opportunity to show the world what they are made of! Whether it was the first-ever battle of CMLL Luchadora legends at Supercard of Honor, the best Canadian stars coming to Women of Honor, or Japanese stars like Sumie Sakai and Nanae Takahashi competing, Women of Honor has become an international destination!
Across the Pacific, STARDOM has established itself as the premier women’s professional wrestling organization in the world. In March, Women of Honor and STARDOM partnered together for a tryout camp and a partnership was formed. In Lowell, MA at Best in the World Weekend, international superstar and current STARDOM HIGH SPEED CHAMPION KRIS WOLF makes her Women of Honor debut!
Wolf made her professional wrestling debut in 2014, leaving the United States and her previous career behind to go to Japan. In Japan, Wolf fully immersed herself in an intense training regimen and lifestyle, sharing a house with other female wrestling hopefuls, walking across Tokyo to save money to get to her training. The gamble paid off, as Wolf trained under current STARDOM general manager Fuka Kakimoto, Nanae Takahashi, and Io Shirai and quickly became one of STARDOM’s top wrestlers.
In STARDOM, Wolf formed the group Oedo Tai and is joined by current stars like Thunder Rosa and Holidead. Wolf captured the STARDOM HIGH SPEED Championship on February 23 in Tokyo at STARDOM of CHAMPIONS and is already one of the championship’s most fighting champions. Wolf makes her Women of Honor debut at Best in the World Weekend – keep it locked in to ROHWrestling.com to find out who Wolf will be competing against in Lowell, MA
  • Radic

    Cool… now if only the WOH were actually focused on more. A WOH Title would be a start. But no, we need those ROH Lithuanian Minis Titles first!