Ring of Honor Wrestling holds their next super card tomorrow night with "Wrestling's Finest." The show was supposed to feature a huge match between "The Decade" member Roderick Strong and former WWE star Paul London. However, PWInsider.com reported on Jan. 24 that Strong will miss the show due to an injury.
Strong injured his neck in AJ Styles' return match to Ring of Honor. According to Styles, he hit the Styles Clash the same way he always has but Strong bent his neck in the one way you are not supposed to, which caused the injury. Strong has been rehabilitating his neck but has not been medically cleared to wrestle yet.
As a result, London will wrestle Cedric Alexander, who has just started his solo career since the tag team of C&C Wrestle Factory split up.
The Ring of Honor Wrestling "Wrestling's Finest" show will also include world champion Adam Cole in a three-way elimination tag team match, teaming with his mentor Matt Hardy, against the teams of Chris Hero and Michael Elgin and the Briscoe Brothers.
The only title that will be on the line on the "Wrestling's Finest" show is the TV title and champion Tommaso Ciampa will defend his belt in a three-way against Jay Lethal and Matt Taven.
Other matches on the Ring of Honor "Wrestling's Finest" card include Kevin Steen vs. Kyle O'Reilly, The Decade (Jimmy Jacobs and BJ Whitmer) vs. Adrenaline RUSH, The Romantic Touch vs. Michael Bennett and the finals of the Top Prospect tournament.