Ring Of Honor Wrestling Debuts In Chattanooga Sept. 6

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Ring of Honor Wrestling is coming to Chattanooga at the Camp Jordan Arena on Friday, Sept. 6, at 7:30 p.m.  

The stars of ROH can be seen locally in Birmingham on News Channel 9 (WTVC) - Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. and anytime world wide at www.rohwrestling.com

The main event - Semi Finalist Showdown Tag Team Match, will be Kevin Steen and "Unbreakable" Michael Elgin vs. Adam Cole and Tommaso Ciampa.  The Special Challenge Match #1 will be World Tag Team Champion Kyle O'Reilly vs. Cedric Alexander. Special Challenge Match #2 will be World Tag Team Champion Bobby Fish vs. Caprice Coleman.  Tag Team Action will be Adrenaline RUSH (ACH and Tadarius Thomas) vs. Alabama Attitude (Mike Posey and Corey Hollis).  The Non-Title Match will be ROH World TV Champion Matt Taven with Truth Martini vs. Davey Richards, Jay Lethal vs. Luke Hawx and Roderick Strong vs. Raymond Rowe. 

There will also be pre-show autograph signing.  Tickets are now on sale at www.rohwrestling.com


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