On December 11, 2021, the incarnation of Ring of Honor that loyal followers have embraced since 2002 came to an end.
And to mark such an equally momentous and emotional occasion, the beloved wrestling federation delivered its aptly named Final Battle PPV. At the close of that monumental show, the last of ROH's roster gathered around the ring and roared in unison as Jay Lethal and Jonathan Gresham clashed over the original ROH World Championship. Gresham ended up emerging from that spirited grappling war with that well-respected title around his waist. Even though that version of ROH has been put out to pasture while the company goes on hiatus and restructures itself, Gresham is putting forth a great effort towards birthing a new wrestling company that embraces the "pure" aspects of that revered promotion.
Gresham and fellow in-ring competitor Baron Black (who competes under the All Elite Wrestling banner) are ready to bring today's wrestling audience a new company that lives by the creed of “Modern Age Grappling.” And judging by the lineup of quality talent booked for its first show and the rules put in place for its contested bouts, Terminus looks to be the perfect amalgamation of independent wrestling entities such as ROH and EVOLVE.