This week, Ring Of Honor (ROH) announced the list of teams for this month’s Tag Wars tournament, which is scheduled to take place at ROH’s Road To G1 Supercard shows in Texas from January 24th through January 26th.
ROHWrestling.com released the following announcement:
Field Announced For Tag Wars
ROH World Champion Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham, Villain Enterprises, Juice Robinson and David Finlay and The Kingdom are part a star-studded field competing in Tag Wars, a 12-team tournament that takes place over three nights during the Road to G1 Supercard events in Dallas, Houston and San Antonio Jan. 24-26.
The entire field was announced during ROH’s Honor Reigns Supreme event on Jan. 13 in Concord, N.C. which streamed live for HonorClub. The winner of the Tag Wars tournament will receive a title shot against the ROH World Tag Team Champions (currently Jay and Mark Briscoe) at the ROH 17th Anniversary pay-per-view on March 15 in Las Vegas. In addition, the winning team will be entered in the Crockett Cup, a tournament co-promoted by the NWA and ROH, on April 27 in Concord, N.C.
Tag Wars kicks off with three tag matches on Jan. 24 in Dallas and continues with three more tag matches on Jan. 25 in Houston. On Jan. 26 in San Antonio, the winning teams from the first two nights will compete in a pair of three-way tag matches. The two winners of those matches advance to the finals later that night.
All three nights of Road to G1 Supercard in Texas will stream LIVE worldwide for HonorClub. Keep it locked to ROHWrestling.com and the ROH App for first-round match announcements.
Here are all the teams entered in Tag Wars:
— ROH World Champion Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham
— Villain Enterprises (PCO and Brody King)
— Juice Robinson and David Finlay
— The Kingdom (TK O’Ryan and Vinny Marseglia)
— Colt Cabana and Flip Gordon (pending medical prognosis)
— Coast 2 Coast (LSG and Shaheem Ali)
— Mark Haskins and “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams
— The Bouncers (Beer City Bruiser and Brian Milonas)
— Kenny King and a partner of his choosing
— Eli Isom and Cheeseburger
— The Boys
— NJPW L.A. Dojo’s Karl Fredericks and Alex Coughlin