Ring of Honor is debuting a new show in the coming days.
The company announced the creation of "Wildcard Wednesday," a weekly series that will see wrestlers in ROH's roster be selected at random and have to team together in tag matches. This means wrestlers on opposing factions and some who have never interacted with each other inside an ROH ring could be teaming together.
Matches will be taped at ROH shows and air on the company's YouTube channel and on HonorClub. The first matches for the new series will take place at the Bound By Honor and Gateway To Honor events taking place on February 28 and 29, respectively.
Ring of Honor will soon be debuting a new weekly feature called Wildcard Wednesday, which will consist of multi-person tag matches between teams selected at random.
Think ROH’s annual Christmas Surprise match, only without the Santa hats.
The matches will be taped at ROH events before the live stream begins and then air on ROH’s YouTube channel and HonorClub. The first matches for Wildcard Wednesday will take place at Bound By Honor on Feb. 28 in Nashville, Tenn., and Gateway To Honor on Feb. 29 in St. Louis.
Everyone on the ROH active roster is eligible to be selected to compete in Wildcard Wednesday matches, which means friend and foe could be on the same side and friends could be on opposite sides.