The Ring Of Honor Championship has come under fire in recent weeks for its prices, with the most recent episode of the show’s weekly “Ring Of Honor” episode featuring a “Glorious Fight” between champion Gedo and challenger Laudico.
The ring, which was featured on the show as a gift from fans to fans in return for a donation, cost around $1,000, but it was a big-time bargain for fans who were unable to attend the fight due to the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) event in which they were attending.
Ring of Honor said it had sold the ring to the WWE for $4,500, and was planning on returning it to the promotion for the promotion’s upcoming WrestleMania XXIV.
ROH said in a statement that it had paid the WWE $1 million for the ring and that it was planning to donate the rest of the proceeds to charity.
While ROH has come out in support of its wrestlers and sponsors during the current situation, it has also had its fair share of critics, and one of its biggest critics, the MMA promotion, has threatened to pull its sponsorship from the company.
The company said that it “has been approached by numerous organizations with potential offers” and that “we have no plans to take any further action in the future.”
The MMA promotion has also said that ROH should be boycotting the Ring of Light, the promotion that is currently sponsoring its fighters.
Ring Of Light CEO, Brian Ortega, said that he was “shocked” by the company’s decision and that he would “love” to work with the company, but said that “the decision is not up to us.”
“We’re in a position to make those sorts of decisions.
We want to make sure that we’re in the best position to support our athletes,” he said.
Ronda Rousey, the UFC’s most famous female fighter, has also criticized ROH and said that she would not be going to the Ring Of Honour if the company pulled the ring from its promotion.
Rousey has also claimed that the Ring is “very sexist,” and has said that the promotion has done little to promote women in the ring.
ROW, however, has a very different take on the issue.
“It’s not like we’re taking away a part of the sport that we love, but we do need to make more money from the women in our sport, and that’s what we’re doing,” said ROW President, Dana White.
“And we’re very, very proud of our women’s product and what it represents.”
ROW CEO, Liev Schreiber, has defended ROH’s decision to give the ring away to the WWF, calling the move “insulting” to those who supported ROH as they celebrated the return of their champion.
ROUND ONE – ROUND TWO – ROUNDS OUT – ROUGE SAYS SHE WILL NOT BE GOING TO THE RING OF HONOR article After weeks of controversy, the Ring has finally put its foot down.
RODEO has been given a ring that will be on display at the company for a few weeks, but will not be returning to the ring as the company is looking for a replacement for the Ring.
“Ring of Honor will not return to the rings of its previous champions in the WWE, and we believe the Ring should remain a part the world of ROH,” RODERO said.
“The decision to sell this ring was made on the spot, and in the moment.
We will continue to promote our wrestlers as best as we can and make sure the fans are able to attend any upcoming WWE event in the near future.”