Ring of Honor is Re-United and it feels so good.
After a successful tour last week, ROH has announced they will be returning to the United Kingdom this August for the Honor Re-United Tour.
The tour will make the same stops in Edinburgh, Doncaster, and London as the Honor United Tour.
Th Aug 16: Edinburgh
Sa Aug 18: Doncaster
Su Aug 19: London
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) May 28, 2018
Another Successful Ring of Honor Tour
This year has seen a record-breaking attendance at the Supercard of Honor show featuring Kenny Omega vs. Cody and Dalton Castle vs. Marty Scurll. Next came a highly successful War of the Worlds Tour.
ROH followed up with a strong tour of the United Kingdom. Cody, Adam Page, and the Young Bucks of the Bullet Club highlighted the tour. We also got to see Cody and the NWA Champion, Nick Aldis, face off in the ring to seal the deal on the NWA Championship Match at All In.
Other featured acts included The Briscoes, Evil and Sanada of Los Ingobernables de Japon, So Cal Uncensored, and Matt Taven’s Kingdom. Joe Hendry also made an appearance. The Prestigious One faced off against ROH TV Champion, Silas Young, in a great match.
However, what was almost as equally impressive as the matches on the tour, was the list of talent we didn’t see. Since New Japan Pro-Wrestling is currently hosting the Battle of the Super Juniors, many fan favorites did not make the trip. Marty Scurll, Flip Gordon, Hiromu Takahashi, and Chris Sabin were not on the Honor United Tour. The August trip back to the UK should feature some fresh match-ups and a chance to see the hometown hero, The Villain, in action.
Matches have not been announced for the card yet.
Stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for further updates as the match cards as they become available.
What do you hope to see from this tour? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter here.
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