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Rey Horus Donates Toys To Orphanage On Three Kings’ Day, Brian Johnson Re-Signs With Ring Of Honor

Rey Horus

Ring Of Honor issued the following after Rey Horus appeared on “Jugueton” and donated toys to children in need.

Rey Horus has proven to be a champion both in and out of the ring.

The co-holder of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title was among the sports stars in Mexico selected to participate in “Jugueton,” an annual program on TV Azteca in which toys are delivered to kids in need.

Horus bought and donated toys to kids at an orphanage in Tijuana yesterday for Dia de Los Reyes (Three Kings’ Day), a major holiday in Mexico.

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Brian Johnson

Ring of Honor also announced that Brian Johnson has re-signed with the company.

Johnson refers to himself as “The Mecca” and he was a member of the inaugural class of the ROH Dojo in 2018. Johnson also competed in the 2019 Top Prospect Tournament and worked a high-profile match at Final Battle 2020, a loss by disqualification to Danhausen. The terms of his new contract were not disclosed.

Johnson’s re-signing is the fifth one announced in the past week; Bandido and Mark Haskins are two of the other names announced by ROH this week.

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This week’s episode of ROH Wrestling offers fans a look at how the company has navigated the COVID-19 pandemic. It also features some star-studded matches that were taped before the pandemic began.

How did this show kick-off 2021 for ROH? We break it down on the Recap of Honor with Colin Tessier. Tune in to the show when it’s live on the WrestleZone Facebook page on Monday nights right after ROH Wresting airs on FITE.