Back on March 1, Ring of Honor play-by-play man Ian Riccaboni took to Facebook for a livestream in which he would make a number of talent announcements and reveal some information about the company’s upcoming return, Supercard of Honor, April 1, at the Curtis Culwell Center, in Garland, Texas.
Among the announcements made that night was that young GCW star Ninja Mack would be making his ROH debut at the event. However, with the purchase of Ring of Honor announced just days later by Tony Khan, owner of All Elite Wrestling, a number of talents stopped hearing from ROH, and a lot of aspects of the event were thrown into a state of confusion.
On March 31, just over 24 hours out from the event, we now have confirmation that Ninja Mack will in fact appear on the show, but we do not know who his opponent is going to be.
Tony Khan took to Twitter to announce that Tully Blanchard will arrive in Ring of Honor at Supercard of Honor, and would be debuting his new client against Ninja Mack, answering an open challenge.
Speculation is already running rampant as to who Blanchard’s client might be, if it could be someone completely new to Ring of Honor, or a face from the past.
We’ll find out together on April 1, and you can join in with Kiley Fuller and Kyle Sparks of the Code of Honor Podcast along with Bodyslam Editor Jameus Mooney as soon as the event is over on the Bodyslam YouTube channel where they’ll be discussing the event on our Supercard of Honor post-show!
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