Part of finding a new champion for the ROH women’s division comes with adding more faces to the company.
It has been confirmed that both Rok-C and Miranda Alize are officially signed with ROH. Both women will be battling in the finals of the Quest for Gold tournament this Sunday, Sept. 12 at Death Before Dishonor.
The official announcement of their agreements state:
Both women have been extremely impressive through three rounds of the tournament. Rok-C scored bracket-busting wins over former world champions Angelina Love and Sumie Sakai, while Alize knocked off former Shimmer Champion Nicole Savoy.
Rok-C, 19, began her pro wrestling training when she was just 13. She furthered her training under the tutelage of Hall of Famer Booker T and went on to become the Diamonds Division Champion in Booker’s Reality of Wrestling promotion.
Alize, an eight-year pro, has wrestled extensively in Mexico, Japan and the UK in addition to working for a number of U.S. promotions. Like Rok-C, Alize also trained under Booker T and competed in ROW.
Since March, Board of Directors Maria Kanellis Bennett has stated that the women’s division in ROH was being rejuvenated, and numerous competitors have participated on Women’s Division Wednesday’s which led to the Quest for Gold tournament. The tournament was supposed to take place in 2020 but with the ongoing pandemic, it was moved to this year. There have also been talks about a women’s tag team division coming in 2022.
Rok-C and Alize now sit in the finals of a 15-person tournament and one will walk out with the new gold around their waist.
Who do you see as becoming the brand new champion and what are your thoughts on both women joining the company? Who else would you like to see sign officially with ROH? Join the discussion below.