The ROH Women’s Champion Rok-C is set to make her debut for the MLW Women’s Featherweight Division at its Blood & Thunder event. The event takes place on Jan. 21.
Rok-C became the new ROH Women’s Champion after ROH hosted a tournament over the summer. She defeated Miranda Alize in the finals.
Since winning the title, Rok-C has defended her championship on the indies mostly for the New Texas Pro promotion. On the most recent episode of ROH TV, the champ successfully defended her title for the first time on ROH programming where she defeated Gia Scott. She will be defending her title at ROH’s Final Battle against either Mandy Leon or Willow.
MLW today announced that reigning Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion Rok-C will be the first to walk through MLW’s open-door policy as she makes her debut Friday, January 21 at MLW Blood & Thunder at Gilley’s in Dallas, featuring an MLW Fusion TV taping.
Known as “The Prodigy,” the 5’1? featherweight looks to make a statement in her home state of Texas when she steps foot in an MLW ring for the first time ever on January 21st.
Debuting in 2019, Rok-C’s meteoric rise in women’s wrestling is unparalleled, given her quick ascension to champion in ROH at just 20 years of age.
Trained under the tutelage of Hall of Famer Booker T and MLW’s Gino Medina, Rok-C may be small in size but she uses it to her advantage combining a brilliant array of technical finesse, speed and aerial excellence in her repertoire.
Recognizing an unprecedented free agency market, MLW recently announced it has open its doors to all who think they have what it takes to be major league and take on MLW’s greatest grapplers and champions.
With the Laredo, TX native’s debut set. Now the question is who will Rok-C square off against in her MLW debut?
Find out January 21 in Dallas as MLW presents Blood & Thunder!
ROH has announced a hiatus for the company as they will take the first quarter of 2022. It has been confirmed that they will be releasing their talent at the end of 2021. Will Rok-C be able to find a home in MLW?
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