Again with the buzz about the continuity of Rush and Dragon Lee in Ring of Honor, a subject usually promoted by media that appear not to perceive that two abilities of such a class compete there, all the pieces makes us see that these won’t fulfill such journalists, who, with their little breadth of imaginative and prescient, in flip don’t ponder the existence of life exterior of WWE.
WWE dominated out hiring Rush lately for a purpose
On this sense, Last Battle, final December, made it fairly clear that there’s an Ungovernable Faction for some time in the Sinclair Broadcast Group firm. Are you able to think about a gaggle led by Mexicans as important stars in WWE?
► The important thing 12 months for King Horus
And so as not to lose the good behavior of being a stronghold of the Mexican pankration on Yankee soil, This weekend’s episode of ROH guarantees to bolster the well being of such inventive determination (very sharp, nevertheless, so as to entice an ever-growing viewers market).
Don’t miss ROH World Tv Champion Dragon Lee in motion towards Rey Horus this weekend on ROH TV!
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– ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) January 14, 2021
«Watch ROH World Tv Champion Dragon Lee in motion towards King Horus this weekend on ROH TV!»
2020 aimed to lastly be the 12 months of King Horus’ takeoff, though a sure coronavirus disrupted a great a part of the Tijuana native’s plans. Nonetheless, he was ready to make his debut in New Japan Professional-Wrestling – albeit underneath the Sturdy program, recorded in the USA – and gained his first title as a ROH wrestler final January, crowning himself monarch of thirds together with Bandido and Flamita, who nonetheless holds.
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Let’s hope that 2021 is the 12 months of the consecration of Horus, a 36-year veteran who now has the first nice beginning alternative of his profession towards a compatriot with whom he has beforehand measured himself in Professional Wrestling Guerrilla or The Crash, all the time leaving excessive stage performances.