Rok-C has won the inagural Ring of Honor (ROH) Women’s World Title. She defeated Miranda Alize in the finals of the Women’s Championship Tournament to win the title.
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) September 13, 2021
Ring of Honor has not had a Women’s Champion since the end of 2019 when the Women of Honor Championship was retired. Kelly Klein was the last wrestler to hold the title before her departure from Ring of Honor. ROH Board of Directors member Maria Kanellis announced the tournament to crown a new champion at the 19th Anniversary pay-per-view. The tournament saw 15 competitors step into the ring with the goal of winning the title.
Rok-C was the last wrestler standing as she won the tournament Sunday night, and won her first title in ROH. She is also the current Sabotage War Of The Genders Champion and New Texas Pro Women’s Champion.
Rok-C defeated Sumie Sakai, Quinn McKay, and Angelina Love to make it to the finals of the tournament. She also competed on Women’s Division Wednesday twice. She first teamed with Max the Impaler to a time-limit draw against Laynie Luck and Hyan on the first episode. Rok-C returned to defeat Laynie Luck in singles action on episode eight.
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