AEW stars Wheeler YUTA and Willow Nightingale have been pulled from an upcoming indie date, fuelling rumors about the relaunch of ROH TV.
Beyond Wrestling has now taken to social media to confirm that YUTA and Nightingale, along with Tracy Williams and Trish Adora, are no longer set to compete on the February 26 card in Worcester.
The promotion tweeted:
Wheeler YUTA, Willow Nightingale, Tracy Williams, and Trish Adora will no longer be appearing or competing at "Perfection Or Vanity" on Sunday, 2/26 at White Eagle in Worcester.— Beyond Wrestling (@beyondwrestling) February 6, 2023
Fightful previously reported that Ring of Honor tapings will take place in Orlando, Florida during the last weekend of February, which would be the weekend of February 25-26.
These talents being pulled from the Beyond Wrestling show seems to confirm this, with both YUTA and Nightingale playing key roles in Tony Khan’s ROH.
YUTA currently holds the ROH Pure Championship, after defeating Daniel Garcia at Final Battle in December 2022.
Nightingale wrestled at all three ROH pay-per-views under the Tony Khan banner, facing Mercedes Martinez for the interim ROH Women’s Title at Supercard of Honor, and picking up wins at Death Before Dishonor and Final Battle.
Tracy Williams and Trish Adora have both previously wrestled for ROH, with Adora notably facing Nightingale at Final Battle, so could also be set for action at the ROH TV taping.
JJA Sport Studio will continue to provide updates on the reported taping as they become available.