The first participant in the ROH Survival of the Fittest tournament has been announced.
ROH announced that Tracy Williams will make his debut in the company at Survival of the Fittest on Nov. 4 in Columbus.
The 13th annual Survival of the Fittest returns to Ring of Honor on Sunday November 4, emanating LIVE from Columbus, OH’s Express Live, broadcasting LIVE for all HonorClub Members! First-round match winners will compete in a six-man elimination match at the end of the night. The winner of the Survival of the Fittest Finals will receive a future Ring of Honor World Championship opportunity!
Eleven individuals have won the previous twelve Survival of the Fittest Tournaments, with seven out of eleven individual winners eventually winning the ROH World Championship! With the list of former winners a true who’s who of professional wrestling, including current ROH World Champion Jay Lethal, the only three-time ROH World Champion Adam Cole, Bryan Danielson, Roderick Strong, and more, this year’s winner has a chance to add their name to a list of legends with an opportunity to write their name in the history books as a potential future ROH World Champion.
The first entrant in this year’s tournament is one of the hottest free agents in professional wrestling, “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams!
Since his debut in 2009, Williams has earned a reputation for being one of the best pound-for-pound grapplers and strikers in professional wrestling. The Brooklyn native is one of the most talked about, in-demand stars in wrestling and will make his ROH debut in Columbus, OH with an opportunity to leave the number one contender for the ROH World Championship!
Can Williams make history and win Survival of the Fittest in his very first night? Join us in Columbus or stream Survival of the Fittest LIVE for HonorClub to find out!
Williams is a regular for WWN/EVOLVE and a former two-time EVOLVE Tag Team Champion.
The Survival of the Fittest tournament began in 2004 and has been won by the likes of Bryan Danielson (Daniel Bryan), Tyler Black (Seth Rollins), Jay Lethal, and Adam Cole. Punishment Martinez won last year's tournament.