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Brandi Rhodes reflects on 2017

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It’s been a very eventful year for Brandi Rhodes. Besides managing and writing for her blog, she has also been training and competing in Ring of Honor’s women’s wrestling division called Women of Honor and taping for a new reality show she is featured in called WAGS: Atlanta.

Women of Honor is building a strong reputation and growing into a global phenomenon seen in countless countries via Women of Honor Wednesday on Ring of Honors official YouTube channel. Women of Honor matches are consistently the most viewed videos on the RING OF HONOR social media.

Recently at FINAL BATTLE in NYC live on pay-per view… Ian Riccaboni announced that there will be a 16 women tournament in 2018 to determine the first ever Women of Honor Champion. Brandi Rhodes recently in Philadelphia (12/16/17) won not only her first match in WOH competition, but it was a match to qualify for a spot in the tournament. Right now the wrestling world is talking about Women Of Honor more than ever before as we head to Nashville on January 20th for the first round of the tournament.

Already announced as Women of Honor Championship tournament entrants…

Brandi Rhodes
Deonna Purrazzo
Jenny Rose
Kelly Klein
Sumie Sakai
Mayu Iwatani
Mandy Leon
Bonesaw Jessie Brooks
Karen Q

Diva Dirt correspondents were able to grab 10 minutes from Brandi’s hectic schedule to talk to her about her hectic year and what’s to come for Brandi Rhodes in the near future.

You can listen to this interview below on SoundCloud and on our YouTube channel

Correspondents: 2heelsandaface.com

Brandi Rhodes Women of Honor 3
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Brandi Rhodes Women of Honor 2
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Charley Vailhttp://2heelsandaface.com
My name is Charley and I am a Chicago native and an indie correspondent for diva-dirt.com. If I am not at a show or watching wrestling on my couch, I am usually podcasting with fellow wrestling fans on my podcast called 2 Heels and A Face. I'm a huge fan of well-timed in-ring action and phenomenal in-ring storytelling. Some of my favorite past and present women's wrestlers are Trish Stratus, Becky Lynch, Deliah Doom, Kylie Rae and Su Yung.