ROH Confirms Working Relationship With Mexican-Based Promotion CMLL

On Monday, Ring Of Honor (ROH) announced a new partnership agreement with Mexican-based pro wrestling promotion CMLL.

ROH and CMLL have always had a natural working relationship due to their ties with New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW). CMLL had fans talking when they made an announcement late last week regarding a potential working relationship with ROH.

Below is the press release ROH issued on Monday to make the news regarding their partnership with CMLL official.

THREE COMPANIES, ONE GOAL

Details of Agreement

(BALTIMORE, MD) In a coordinated announcement, Ring of Honor Wrestling (ROH), Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) have pledged to work with each other to create a superior blend of styles and athletes found nowhere else in the wrestling world.

NJPW has had working relationships with ROH and CMLL individually but now ROH and CMLL have teamed and have coordinated their efforts with New Japan Pro Wrestling. What this means for Ring of Honor fans is a continued presence of NJPW stars on selected events like “Death Before Dishonor” on Friday August 19th on PPV and “Field of Honor” from MCU Park in Brooklyn on Saturday August 27th and more CMLL stars appearing on Ring of Honor events as well.

Part of the new agreement, CMLL will be bringing ROH stars to Mexico on an ongoing basis as both companies look to grow their individual brands all over the world. CMLL, which began promoting events in 1933, currently competes in NJPW’s annual “Fantastica Mania” Tour every January. ROH hosts NJPW for the annual “War of the Worlds” Tour in May and Ring of Honor was added to NJPW’s schedule for “Honor Rising” in February, 2016.