Quinn McKay Urges Fans To Have Patience With ROH's Developing Women’s Division

The Ring of Honor women's division was set for a major restart before the global pandemic. Now, one of the promotions prominent female stars are urging fans to be patient with the growth of the division.

Before the global coronavirus pandemic shut everything down, Ring of Honor had planned on hosting a 16-woman tournament. Initially set to begin on April 24. The winner of the tournament will become the new Ring of Honor Women's World Champion, replacing the Women of Honor title the company had for the last few years.

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Since the company began re-filming shows inside their own bubble in Baltimore, Maryland, there has been no major development regarding the future of the inaugural Ring of Honor Women's World Championship.

Taking to Twitter, Quinn McKay displayed frustration with some fans calling for Ring of Honor to stop pursuing a prominent women's division altogether.

In a follow-up to those tweets, McKay would talk about how movements like #GiveDivasAChance helped grow women's wrestling as a whole.

Quinn McKay was recently assaulted by Angelina Love and Mandy Leon, leading to the duo being suspended. Learn more here.

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