CM Punk soon to be inducted into the ROH Hall of Fame


AEW Superstar CM Punk becomes the final inductee of the ROH Hall of Fame

The final inductee of Ring of Honor’s inaugural Hall of Fame class is none other than AEW Superstar CM Punk. It was announced in a morning press release on ROH’s website that Punk will be inducted.

CM Punk
CM Punk has been inducted into the ROH hall of fame (ROH

He joins fellow AEW star Bryan Danielson, Samoa Joe and Ring of Honor Tag Team Champions, The Briscoes in the ROH’s inaugural Hall of Fame class.

Ring of Honor is proud to welcome CM Punk, one of the most charismatic and compelling performers in ROH history, into the ROH Hall of Fame.

Punk is one of the most charismatic and compelling performers in ROH history. He made his debut for ROH in 2002 and has experienced a meteoric rise in his wrestling career thanks to his in-ring ability, mic skills, and brash attitude.

He has many iconic moments in ROH, including the iconic “Summer of Punk” that began when he won the ROH World Championship back in June 2005. Interestingly he won that right after the deal with WWE, and the whole summer, he threatened the fans to take the ROH World Title to WWE.

CM Punk was involved in an epic trilogy with former NXT Champion Samoa Joe at ROH

In 2004 one of the most epic trilogy matches happened between then-ROH World Champion Samoa Joe and Punk which became legendary.

They wrestled for two 60-minutes draws before Joe prevailed in their final meeting. Punk had one of the greatest feuds in the ROH history with Raven. Raven and Punk faced each other in many steel cages and unforgettable dog collar matches with ROH. He is also a former ROH World Tag Team Champion.

Samoa Joe
Samoa Joe vs. CM Punk during the 21st century trilogy (Wrestle Inn)

ROH mentioned on their website about Punk’s contribution to WWE and AEW after leaving the company. 

After leaving ROH, Punk became one of the biggest stars in the industry in WWE. He wrestled in main events against the likes of The Rock and John Cena, and his 434-day reign as WWE Champion is the sixth-longest in company history. After stepping away from pro wrestling for more than seven years, Punk made his return last year in AEW, where he continues to be one of the promotion’s top stars.”

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