Ring of Honor returns to television this week with a special episode. ROH TV #515 will feature the first three matches in the ROH Championship Tournament. The three winners will move onto the quarter-final, and be one step closer to being crowned the inaugural Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion. Let’s see what ROH TV #515 has lined up this week.
THE QUEST FOR GOLD TOURNAMENT TO CROWN A NEW WOMENS CHAMPION KICKS OFF THIS WEEKEND ON ROH TV!
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) July 26, 2021
ROH TV #515 Full Card
Sumie Sakai vs. Rok-C
Wrestling veteran Sumie Sakai is looking to capture her second inaugural ROH title. She was crowned the inaugural Women of Honor Champion when she defeated Kelly Klien in the tournament final. She held the title for 251 days and held the title when it was renamed the Women of Honor World Championship. Sakai has held titles in All Japan Women’s Pro-Wrestling, New England Championship Wrestling, JDStar, and PCW Ultra, and participated in the first-ever ROH women’s match back in 2002. Sakai will take on the young breakout Rok–C. Rok-C made her ROH debut in a tag match on the first episode of Women’s Division Wednesday and impressed Maria Kanellis-Bennett, who rewarded her with her ticket to gold. Find out if the young fighting spirit can defeat the veteran knowledge this week on ROH TV #515.
Mazzerati vs. Nicole Savoy
Mazzerati will make her return to Ring of Honor, the smack-talking wrestler made two appearances on Women’s Division Wednesday. She was defeated by Angelina Love in singles action before returning to team with Trish Adora. Adora and Mazzerati lost in tag action to Miranda Alize and Sumie Sakai. Mazzerati is looking to regain momentum and advance in the tournament against Nicole Savoy. Savoy first appeared in ROH in 2019 when she defeated Sumie Sakai. Savoy also held the SHIMMER Championship for 721 days and the Heart Of SHIMMER Champion for 462 days. Savoy’s resume speaks for itself and she is looking to take her experience to get a competitive edge over Mazzerati.
Miranda Alize vs. Alex Gracia
Miranda Alize competed in two Women’s Divison Wednesday matches. She defeated Trish Adora in singles action and successfully teamed with Sumie Sakai to defeat Mazzerati and Trish Adora in tag action. Alize held the Hurricane Pro Women’s Champion for over 400 days from 2018-2019. “The Lucha Baddie” will take on Alex Gracia who had a much different path to make it to the tournament. Gracia lost her first Women’s Division Wednesday match to Willow before defeating Gia Scott to punch her ticket to the tournament. Gracia made multiple appearances on AEW Dark throughout the end of 2020 and into early 2021. She will rely on that experience when she steps into the ring with Alize.
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