Bryan Danielson Inducted Into ROH Hall of Fame


The second-ever Ring of Honor Hall of Famer has been revealed.

Following the announcement of an ROH Hall of Fame last week, it has now been confirmed that former Ring of Honor World Champion and current AEW star Bryan Danielson is next to join.

The promotion would take to their website to break the news, and would write:

“Ring of Honor is proud to welcome Bryan Danielson, the embodiment of fighting spirit and technical wrestling excellence, into the inaugural class of the ROH Hall of Fame. “The American Dragon” played a major role in establishing ROH as the Best Wrestling on the Planet, beginning with his performance in the main event on ROH’s debut show, The Era of Honor Begins, in 2002.”

“Whenever “The Final Countdown” blared throughout the building as Danielson made his entrance to the ring, fans knew they were about to witness a true master of his craft at work. A superior technician, striker and submission specialist, Danielson cemented his status as the best wrestler in the sport when he won the ROH World Title in 2005. His 462-day reign as ROH World Champion is the third-longest, and he made a record 38 successful title defenses.”

Danielson now joins The Briscoes, who were announced as the first inductee’s last week. More inductions will be revealed over the coming weeks as ROH heads towards Supercard of Honor in April, their first event since December’s Final Battle.

Bryan’s induction now means he is a two-time Hall of Famer, with him also being a part of the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame and will likely receive his third induction in the coming years when he is honored by WWE.