Kelly Klein has wasted no time in putting the Women of Honor on notice that the landscape has changed.
A veteran of the Midwest independent scene, Klein made her Ring of Honor debut in October 2015 by scoring a dominant victory over Ray Lynn at Glory By Honor XIV: Champions vs. All-Stars.
Surprisingly, Klein was accompanied to the ring for that match by The Decade leader B.J. Whitmer. Given that association, it wasn’t surprising that Klein refused to adhere to the Code of Honor.
Employing a physical style and no-nonsense approach, Klein made quick work of Lynn, forcing her to tap out to a Guillotine choke.
A couple months later, the Cincinnati native won a Four-Corner Survival Match over Taeler Hendrix, Veda Scott and Kimber Lee.