Kenny King is looking to be a staple in Ring Of Honor for the foreseeable future.
The Queens, New York native Kenny King is returning home this weekend to perform in front of the New York City crowd at ROH-NJPW's G1 Supercard show at Madison Square Garden. Before that event commences, Ring Of Honor held their 'Road To G1 Supercard' show in Baltimore, Maryland on Sunday night and Kenny King competed on the show and defeated PJ Black. Following his match, King announced that he has inked a new two-year deal with Ring Of Honor and requested to be the first entrant into the Honor Rumble at G1 Supercard.
"In case you don't know, or in case you're just slow, Kenny King just signed a two-year deal with Ring Of Honor. To reward me with a bunch of money, Ring Of Honor also put me in the Honor Rumble." He said. "Since you gonna disrespect me like that, I demand to be number one in the Honor Rumble. Ima run through everybody you got. Ima knock off all those losers in the back that don't make as much money as I do. Then, I'm gonna make all those decrepit ass Japanese legends bend the knee."
Kenny King will be joined by Jushin Thunder Liger, PJ Black, Brian Milonas, Beer City Bruiser, Cheeseburger, "Hot Sauce" Tracy Williams, 'Coast 2 Coast' and Rhett Titus as participants in the Honor Rumble.
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