The report also adds the company plans to offer contracts to their regularly used female talents that include Kelly Klein, Mandy Leon, Deonna Purrazzo and Taeler Hendrix to launch an official Women of Honor division.
Within the last year, ROH has showcased their Women of Honor matches as an exclusive content to their official YouTube page every Wednesday as part of their #WOHWednesday movement on Twitter.
Other independent female talents to have been featured in recurring competition of ROH’s #WOHWednesday include Veda Scott, Sumie Sakai, Hania, Solo Darling, Candice LeRae, Jessica James, Crazy Mary Dobson, Jessicka Havok and more.
ROH has also previously asked fans to share their thoughts on the introduction of a WOH title:
We hear you... How many of you would like to see @ringofhonor introduce a WOH title? Tweet us your thoughts with hashtag: #ROHWomensTitle— Women of Honor (@Women_of_Honor) August 30, 2016