One of the most exciting things about the Ring of Honor world title tournament was the return of former ROH stars Paul London and Brian Kendrick. Now, PWInsider reported on Oct. 7 that London is coming back for “Glory by Honor XI.”
London was one of the first major ROH stars, and the fans developed a special chant in which they chanted “please don’t die” during his matches because of his high risk moves. London went on to the WWE where he was a long-time tag team champion.
London originally came back a couple of months back for what was supposed to be a two match appearance, the first where he lost to Davey Richards and the second was cancelled because of a concussion he suffered in that match. That match was supposed to be against Michael Elgin.
He finally faced Elgin in the WWE Championship tournament, a match in which Elgin won.
Now, London plans to return to “Glory by Honor XI,” where he is scheduled to wrestle Roderick Strong. This is the second match scheduled for the card, which takes place on Oct. 26, with Kevin Steen vs. Michael Bennett as the other scheduled match.