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Mega Ran To Host, Perform At Ring Of Honor 17th Anniversary; Eli Drake Vows to Show Eddie Edwards The Way

Mega Ran To Host, Perform At Ring Of Honor 17th Anniversary

Ring Of Honor issued the following, annoucing rapper Mega Ran will host their 17th Anniversary event in Las Vegas next month, and perform his new song “Going To The Garden.”

No one combines infectious jams and body slams better than Mega Ran, and now the popular rapper is headed to Ring of Honor to host its 17th Anniversary show in Las Vegas on March 15!

In addition to hosting the ROH pro wrestling extravaganza in Sin City, which will air live on pay-per-view and stream live for HonorClub VIP, Mega Ran also will perform his new, original song, “Going to the Garden.”

Mega Ran, who has toured the globe with his electric performances topped with killer impromptu freestyles, is a native of  Philadelphia, a city steeped in pro wrestling history and the site of ROH’s inaugural event in 2002. A lifelong pro wrestling fan, Mega Ran has used his musical talent to shine a light on his fandom.

His two “Mat Mania” albums put new twists on the music and catchphrases of pro wrestling’s biggest stars over superbly crafted production. In 2017, he appeared on “Smackdown” as part of an in-ring rap battle.

Mega Ran also hosts a weekly podcast, also titled “Mat Mania,” in which he gives up close and personal reports on the latest wrestling action from a diehard fan’s perspective.

Join Mega Ran in Las Vegas, live on pay-per-view or streaming for HonorClub VIP to see The Best Wrestling on the Planet celebrate its 17th anniversary with the hard-hitting, in-your-face action that only ROH can deliver!

Stay tuned to for Mega Ran’s new release “The Dewey Decibal System” with MC Lars set to debut this spring.

Eli Drake Vows to Show Eddie Edwards The Way

The following is a first-look at tonight’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling, where Eli Drake has some strong words for Eddie Edwards before they face off on tonight’s show:

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