AEW, ROH Wrestlers Pulled From Indie Event

Beyond Wrestling are three AEW/ROH wrestlers down for 26 February...

Wheeler Yuta

Three wrestlers have been pulled from Beyond Wrestling's Perfection or Vanity show on Sunday 26 February, potentially due to a clash with Ring Of Honor television tapings.

Wheeler Yuta, Tracy Williams, and Trish Adora, all of whom have been associated with the ROH brand in recent years, are all out of Perfection or Vanity, as confirmed by Beyond:-

Both Fightful and Voices Of Wrestling have reported that ROH's first television tapings since Tony Khan's March 2022 purchase are set for February's last weekend. Talent assumes that they will be taking place in Orlando, Florida's Universal Studios, where AEW Dark is currently taped.


It is believed that the shows recorded in February will build towards 31 March's ROH Supercard of Honor pay-per-view.

Yuta is contracted to AEW, as announced by the promotion. Williams and Adora's contractual status is unclear, though Adora was on the last ROH show, taking a loss to Willow Nightingale at Final Battle 2022 (10 December).


Nightingale's own participation at Perfection or Vanity had been thrown into question too, though Beyond has since confirmed that Willow, who is also contracted to AEW, will be at the show after all.

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