Davey Richards Says He Has Left Ring of Honor “For Good”, Several WWE Superstars & Announcers Celebrate Birthdays This Weekend

Mike Killam

Davey Leaves ROH "For Good"

Davey Richards made the following comment on his Facebook profile this weekend: 

"With a heavy heart I can announce that myself and ROH have parted ways for good and I will not be at Final Battle. Please continue to support them and the incredible talent they have. Thanks for the memories. It was an amazing ride."

Richards is one of the all-time greats in Ring of Honor history, having worked for the company since 2006. He is a former ROH World Champion, and a three-time Tag Team Champion, once with Rocky Romero, and twice alongside "American Wolves" partner Eddie Edwards. 

This Weekend's Birthdays

Several WWE Superstars and announcers celebrated birthdays this weekend. Former World Heavyweight Champion Christian celebrated his milestone 40th birthday. He has been sidelined recently with an injury, but is expected back sometime in the next few months. WWE Hall of Fame announcer Jerry "The King" Lawler celebrated his 64th birthday, as did Zeb Colter of the Real Americans. Finally, former WWE Champion and current Raw and Smackdown announcer John Layfield turned 47 this Friday. 

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