AJ Styles on Backstage, new name announced for ROH Women’s World Title Tournament
— WWE (@WWE) March 10, 2020
Decorated with tattoos from head to toe, Lindsay Snow stands out in a crowd. But what sets “The American Kaiju” apart from her peers in pro wrestling goes beyond her elaborate body art.
She incorporates her background as a Brazilian jiu-jitsu competitor into her wrestling style, making her an opponent who’s both dangerous and difficult to prepare for. That should concern the participants in the ROH Women’s World Title tournament.
Snow has entered the 16-woman field to crown a new women’s champion in ROH. The tournament kicks off with eight first-round matches at Quest For Gold in Philadelphia on April 24.
Snow, who trained for pro wrestling under two-time former ROH World Champion Jay Lethal, has made a name for herself on the independent circuit since making her debut in 2016.
•Quest For Gold•
ROH Women’s World Title Tournament #QuestForGold begins in Philadelphia April 24th at the 2300 Arena!
Signed to compete: @kaijupower
Join us in person or streaming for HonorClub!
— ROH Womens Division (@Women_of_Honor) March 9, 2020
She’s already won regional titles and recently made it all the way to the finals of a 16-woman tournament to crown a new champion in the Shine promotion. Can Snow take a major step forward in her career by becoming the new ROH Women’s World Champion?
We now know 15 of the 16 competitors in the tournament. Keep it locked into ROHWrestling.com and ROH’s social media channels for the reveal of the final participant.
Join us live at Philadelphia’s 2300 Arena or streaming for HonorClub to see history in the making at Quest For Gold!
ROH PRESENTS QUEST FOR GOLD
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2020
BELL TIME: 7:30pm ET
ROH WOMEN’S WORLD TITLE TOURNAMENT
EIGHT FIRST-ROUND MATCHES
ALREADY SIGNED TO COMPETE
SESSION MOTH MARTINA