Lethal hits a big milestone in his career.
Ring Of Honor has announced over their official Twitter page that the current ROH World Champion Jay Lethal has broken the record for the most combined days as ROH World Champion.
HUGE CONGRATS to #ROH World Champion @TheLethalJay for #BREAKING the record for most combined days as champion!!— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) February 4, 2019
Send #TheChamp a congrats with: #Lethal646
Learn more about The Franchise's legendary record: https://t.co/DDGt6Fnzwa pic.twitter.com/c0gQW4RXiJ
Jay Lethal is in his second reign as World Champion of Ring Of Honor and he first captured the title back in 2015 at the 'Best In The World' pay-per-view. Lethal would go on to hold the championship until August of 2016 when he dropped it to Adam Cole at 'Death Before Dishonor XIV'. Lethal got back to the top of the ROH mountain two years later when he defeated Dalton Castle, Cody and Matt Taven in a Four-Way match at an ROH TV taping in Fairfax, Virginia this past June.
Lethal is now at 646 combined days as ROH World Champion and he will be in action this weekend at Ring Of Honor's 'Bound By Honor' show and television taping in Lakeland, Florida.
To get a look at the matches announced for 'Bound By Honor' and the post-event TV taping, check out Fightful's published article about the topic.