Rok-C will once again defend her ROH Title at New Texas Pro Wrestling.
Rok-C and Trish Adora are two of the most recent women’s wrestlers part of Ring of Honor's women's division. Now, at New Texas Pro-Wrestling’s Dallas41 event on Saturday, November 13, Rok-C and Trish will meet for the Ring of Honor Women's Championship.
Originally, this was supposed to be a match for the New Texas Pro Women's Championship, but it was announced on Twitter by the promotion. The match will now be for the Ring of Honor Women's Championship.
--BREAKING--— New Texas Pro Wrestling (@NewTexasPW) November 7, 2021
We have received confirmation from @ringofhonor@TheRokC_ v @TrishAdora202 will now be for contested for the ROH Women’s World Championship.
Tickets are still available!
Come see perhaps the final time a ROH Title is defended in TX!
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Because of the impending hiatus for the brand, it is being advertised as the potential last time the Ring of Honor Women's Title is defended in the state of Texas. Learn more about the hiatus here.
This marks the second time Rok-C will defend her ROH Women's Championship at a New Texas Pro Wrestling show. She retained the championship against Killer Kelly at New Texas Pro Wrestling’s “Olajuwon” show on September 25
Fightful recently spoke to Rok-C. You can check out the full interview here.