Ring of Honor re-signs double champion Jonathan Gresham

Veteran performer Jonathan Gresham has re-signed with Ring of Honor with the announcement made on Monday by the promotion.

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Veteran performer Jonathan Gresham has re-signed with Ring of Honor with the announcement made on Monday by the promotion.

Gresham, 32, first appeared for Ring of Honor in the Top Prospect Tournament in 2011 losing to Kyle O’Reilly in the opening round. The eight-man tournament was won by Mike Bennett and included future ROH world champions Adam Cole and Michael Elgin.

Gresham returned in 2014 and would eventually sign a deal with the group in 2017.

Regarded as one of the top technicians in the industry, Gresham has thrived as the promotion re-introduced its Pure Rules concept over the past year. After resurrecting the Pure Championship, a tournament was held and won by Gresham, who defeated Tracy Williams in the finals.

Gresham is also one-half of the current ROH Tag Team Champions with Jay Lethal, who is also part of The Foundation faction with Gresham, Williams, and Rhett Titus.

The performer also serves as the head trainer at the ROH Dojo.

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