Multiple sources tell Newsweek that Ring of Honor does not have a concussion policy in place for talent who hurt their heads in the ring. Nor are there medical staff present at live matches.
"The reason you see a slower growth [in Women of Honor] is because we have high standards for our talent."
"I always have a lot riding on every contest and to have somebody like Tasha it gives me an opportunity to challenge myself and reinvent myself a little bit."
"So far it's been a pretty crazy, fun ride. It's been the most successful year of my entire career and I'm enjoying every second of it."
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