Ken Anderson has had quite the career in the world of professional wrestling. He quickly became a top star in WWE while working as Mr. Kennedy, and after his WWE run came to an end he joined TNA where he won the World Heavyweight Championship twice during his time with the promotion.
Now Ken Anderson is set to join ROH, and he’ll be making his debut with the company on April 28 at the Masters of the Craft event at the Eisenhower Center in Hopkins, Minnesota. Anderson is set to challenge Marty Scurll for the ROH Television Championship at the event.
ROH issued the following press release hyping up his debut:
“As the list of defeated challengers grows and grows, the louder “The Villain” Marty Scurll gets. The self-described “Reign of Wickedness” began in London in just his third match during his first weekend in ROH. Since then Scurll has defeated Will Ospreay, Dragon Lee, Jonathan Gresham, Juice Robinson, Donovan Dijak, Sonjay Dutt, Kenny King, and former three-time ROH World Champion Adam Cole in front of the largest crowd in ROH history at Supercard of Honor XI!”
“But as the, admittedly, fighting champion continues to get louder and louder about his successes, world-class challengers from around the world line up to take their best shot at “The Villain.” And a former world champion has his eyes set on Scurll at Masters of the Craft!”
“Ken Anderson makes his ROH debut in Hopkins, MN and has a chance to capture championship gold on his very first night! Scurll, and champions before him like Jay Lethal, Tomohiro Ishii, and Bobby Fish before him have elevated the ROH World Television Championship to the level of the ROH World Championship and Anderson looks for an opportunity to add his name to this storied lineage.”