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ROH will Open a New Training Dojo in the Baltimore City


ROH will Open a New Training Dojo in the Baltimore City

ROH will Open a New Training Center in the Baltimore City

The new Ring of Honor (ROH) Dojo opens its doors. The American company has announced the opening of a new training center in the city of Baltimore. This new ROH Dojo will open its doors next June with a double session on 23 and 24. ROH has confirmed that this new space will collaborate actively with the main schools in the country.

The team of fixed coaches that will be in charge of teaching daily at ROH Dojo are:

  • Delirious With more than 19 years of experience as a professional wrestler, Delirious has served as executive producer and head booker since the arrival of the Sinclair Broadcasting Group (SBG) in 2011. Delirious will be in charge of teaching classes on aspects such as execution of the ring or television presentation.
  • BJ Whitmer semi-retired wrestler with more than two decades of experience in the ring. Beyond his work as a wrestler, Whitmer has been a producer and commentator at ROH for three years. Its function will be to teach students to work on the ring and communication outside it in equal parts.
  • Joey Mercury Indie wrestler active for two decades with experience in companies such as WWE or the ROH itself. Mercury is a renowned trainer and has worked as a producer in the company of the McMahon family for many years.
    Jonathan Gresham. Independent wrestler who has had the opportunity to fight in 13 countries before turning 30 years old. Gresham will share his skills in grappling and fitness.
  • Will Ferrara Regular ROH wrestler. Ferrara was one of the students of the first ROH Dojo and will share with the new talents his work experience and how to make the transition to television.

Beyond these five full-time coaches, ROH will offer extraordinary sessions with renowned talents such as Jay Lethal, Bully Ray or the company’s principal commentator Ian Riccaboni.

Complementing the creation of this new Dojo, focused on higher level students, ROH will continue operating in its traditional training center. Founded in 2005, the formerly known as the ROH Wrestling Academy has trained talents and hosted tryouts on a quarterly basis ever since. It is unknown what will be the role of this center, located in Philadelphia, after the opening of the new ROH Dojo in Baltimore.


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