Rok-C To Make Warrior Wrestling Debut

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Ring of Honor Women’s Champion Rok-C is set to make her Warrior Wrestling debut. Rok-C is coming off of a big win at Death Before Dishonor. She defeated Miranda Alize in the finals of the ROH Women’s Tournament to become the inaugural ROH Women’s World Champion. Rok-C will step into a Warrior Wrestling ring for the first time at Warrior Wrestling Sweet 16. The show will take place on October 16 from Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights Illinois. This will be the first show back for the promotion after a summer of Stadium Series shows.

No opponent has been named for Rok-C as of this writing. The promotion has already announced multiple matches including Buddy Matthews vs. Chandler Hopkins. The newest Warrior Wrestling Title, the Lucha Championship will also be defended as Aramis takes on Rey Horus and Gringo Loco. Warrior fans are also in for a treat as Bret The Hitman Hart will be appearing at the show to greet fans at the pre-show fan fest.

Rok-C is looking to ride the momentum wave from winning the ROH Women’s Title. She is no stranger to championships as she is also the current Sabotage War Of The Genders Champion and New Texas Pro Women’s Champion.

Who will Rok-C take on in her Warrior Wrestling debut? Could it be the current Warrior Wrestling Women’s Champion Thunder Rosa? Stay tuned to Last Word on Sports for more updates as they become available.

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