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Bobby Cruise On Why Rok-C Was Chosen To Be Inaugural ROH Women's Champion

Posted By: Joe West on Jan 09, 2022

Bobby Cruise On Why Rok-C Was Chosen To Be Inaugural ROH Women's Champion

During an appearance on ROH Strong, Bobby Cruise explained why Rok-C was chosen to be the inaugural ROH Women's Champion.

“I will say my view of Rok was that I had a very high opinion from the very first time I saw her. Never mind at the time she was 19, just turned 20 now. The way she carries herself and the mind that she has, she is so smart. She’s so well spoken. There have been comparisons of Rok-C to Deonna (Purrazzo) and I said, ‘I can see that.’ Well anybody can see that because they’re obvious, their wrestling style and the way that they carry themselves. A lot of her being the champion, if she was going to be the champion, in my mind, she would be a perfect first champion because of the wrestler that she is. I also liked her story. Nobody could see this with Ring of Honor going on hiatus, but in my mind, and Maria and I talked about this, that with Sinclair Broadcast having all of these affiliates all over the country, what better way than Rok-C going on some of these morning shows or morning news, sitting down and doing an interview with the Women’s Championship belt at 19 or 20 years old and telling her story about taking Greyhound buses at 13 to go train and all of that.”

Have you enjoyed Rok-C's career thus far?

Source: rajah.com
Tags: #roh #rokc #bobby cruise

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