Rok-C to make MLW debut in January in Texas

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Major League Wrestling announced an “open door” policy for free agents throughout the wrestling industry. News broke on Tuesday that the first person to take advantage of that opportunity will be one of the hottest prospects in women’s wrestling Rok-C.

“MLW today announced that reigning Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion, Rok-C will be the first to walk through MLW’s open door policy as she makes her debut Friday, January 21 at MLW Blood & Thunder in Dallas,” the promotion posted to social media.

At only twenty years of age, Rok-C has become one of the names to watch in the industry. She’s the current Ring of Honor Women’s World Champion, holding that title for 79 days. She won the ROH Women’s World Title Tournament back in September where she defeated, Angelina Love, Quinn McKay, and Miranda Alize in the finals. She also picked up a big win over Trish Adora in early November after nearly 20 minutes of action.

Rok-C brings three years of professional experience into the ring, dating back to her debut in 2018. She was trained by the likes of Booker T and Gino Medina.

“Known as ‘The Prodigy,’ the 5’1 featherweight looks to make a statement in her home state of Texas when she steps foot in an MLW ring for the first time,” the post continued.

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