Over the weekend, ROH aired its documentary of the 2021 ROH Women’s Title Tournament. The behind the scenes look breaks down the build before the tournament and highlights the matches throughout. The tournament housed 15 competitors who all battled to become the first ROH Women’s World Champion which came down to Miranda Alize and the eventual winner Rok-C.
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The near one-hour documentary has commentary from the competitors and was chronicled by Maria Kanellis Bennett. The tournament housed many fantastic matches between veterans of ROH, newcomers from outside the company, and fresh faces to grace the ring. Emotional moments were shared between the likes of Mazzerati, Rok-C, Miranda Alize, Nicole Savoy, Quinn McKay, Trish Adora, Willow, and many more leading to the final match at Death Before Dishonor. Rok-C and Alize were able to share their title match with their family backstage at the event.
ROH is currently on hiatus and has set its return date for April 1 with the Supercard of Honor event. There’s no word at this time how the women’s division will look once the company returns to the ring as the talent currently are free agents.
Rok-C went on to hold the title from her tournament win for 119-days before recently dropping the title to IMPACT’s Deonna Purrazzo on the Jan. 13 episode of IMPACT!
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