Mae Young Classic Participant Making Ring Of Honor Debut

Viper will be making her promotional debut in August. 

Around a year ago, Viper (also known as Piper Niven) was competing in the WWE Mae Young Classic and made it to the quarterfinals of the tournament. She never appeared in WWE again but moved onto wrestle in independent companies around the world. 

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On Tuesday, Ring of Honor announced the Scottish wrestler Viper will be on the Edinburgh card of the Honor Re-United tour. The following is an excerpt from the press release at

International wrestling star Viper makes her Women of Honor debut in her home country of Scotland at Honor Re-United – Edinburgh! Viper has made international headlines with her hard-hitting style, power, and strength, picking up championships around the globe across several countries.

Known as “The Vixen of Violence”, Viper is the current SWA Champion in STARDOM, a title defended across countries in STARDOM’s partner organizations! Her devastating Viper Driver is a weapon the Women of Honor must be aware of and Viper will look to make an immediate impact in her Women of Honor debut in Edinburgh!

Who will she face? Will she defend her SWA Championship? Keep it locked into for more details! Be there in Edinburgh or watch live as Honor Re-United is being broadcast for HonorClub for the Women of Honor debut of Viper and the first round of the inaugural ROH International Cup!

Also announced for the the Honor Re-United tour is the International Cup featuring a tournament of eight wrestlers from the United Kingdom and the United States. The winner of the tournament will face the ROH World Champion

Fightful Wrestling will be covering the entire tour and ROH is discussed on the Fightful Weekender podcast. 

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