Madison Rayne is heading to Ring of Honor.
Appearing on The Taz Show, Rayne announced that she has signed a one-year contract with Ring of Honor.
"2018 has, shockingly, been possibly my biggest year in wrestling. In 13 years, that's saying a lot," Rayne told Taz.
First, she appeared in Ring of Honor to start the year, taking part in the Women of Honor tournament to crown the first-ever Women of Honor World Champion. She lost to Mandy Leon in the first round of the tournament.
Next, she returned to Impact Wrestling over the summer to challenge Su Yung for the Knockouts Title at Slammiversary XVI. She came up short in her efforts to capture her sixth Knockouts Championship.
Following Slammiversary, she signed on to take part in the second annual Mae Young Classic under the name Ashley Rayne. She was defeated in the first round against Mercedes Martinez in the second episode, which aired on Sept. 12.
Finally, Rayne competed in a Four Corner Survival match at All In against Tessa Blanchard, Chelsea Green, and Britt Baker.