Jonathan Gresham was the face of Ring of Honor before the company went on hiatus for a reimagining. Gresham became the ROH Undisputed Champion at the Supercard of Honor PPV event earlier this month.
It was previously reported that Gresham is on his way to AEW following Tony Khan’s acquisition of ROH. Khan himself stated that Gresham would defend his title on AEW shows.
According to Fightful Select, Gresham is under an AEW contract that allows him to work ROH shows. Gresham is among a handful of ROH loyalists who joined the company’s rebranded version under AEW umbrella.
Over the past couple of months, Fightful has reported that Jonathan Gresham was AEW bound of sorts. Fightful has confirmed that in addition to the likes of Kaun and Toa Liona,
Jonathan Gresham was in fact signed to an AEW contract that will see him perform for the Ring of Honor brand. On Saturday’s Battle Of The Belts he’s actually defending the ROH Title on an AEW show against Dalton Castle.
In addition, Gresham is working next weekend’s IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion PPV. We’ve heard there are others on these types of contracts and are working to learn who they are. AEW has used the likes of Dalton Castle and Bobby Cruise in addition to their own AEW talent.
AEW will be holding Battle of the Belts II tomorrow (Saturday). The company has already announced three title matches for the TV special. You can check out the card down below.
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