Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2023/03/31/nigel-mcguinness-returns-to-roh-at-supercard-of-honor/
Nigel McGuinness returned to Ring of Honor on Friday.
A former ROH mainstay, McGuinness joined the commentary team during the Zero Hour pre-show ahead of Supercard of Honor 2023.
Speculation grew quickly online when Ian Riccaboni teased that he and Caprice Coleman would not be calling the show by themselves.
After the opening match of the pre-show between Jeff Cobb and Tracy Williams, Bobby Cruise introduced McGuinness, who took a lap around the ring as the crowd cheered.
He's a former #ROH Pure champion & #ROH World champion – Welcome back to #RingofHonor, @McGuinnessNigel!
Watch #ROHZeroHour now!
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— ROH – Ring of Honor Wrestling (@ringofhonor) March 31, 2023
On joining the broadcast team, he commented, “Like a good Les Kellett lariat, I always come back.”
At the time of reporting, it had not been announced whether McGuinness is back with Ring of Honor full-time.
The 47-year-old was an in-ring fixture of the promotion between 2003 and 2009. After a spell with TNA and an early retirement, he returned to ROH as an authority figure in 2011.
He spent six years in various commentary roles with WWE from 2016, before being released by the company in November 2022.