A preacher outside the ring, Caprice Coleman brings that same passion and fire to Ring of Honor, both as a competitor and on the microphone. Coleman had made several appearances in ROH in the past until becoming a mainstay in 2011, when he formed a successful tag team with Cedric Alexander known as C&C Wrestle Factory.
After C&C Wrestle Factory split, Coleman eventually formed The Cabinet with Kenny King and Rhett Titus. The group later became The Rebellion and added Shane Taylor. After The Rebellion disbanded, the charismatic Coleman began his own interview segment on “Ring of Honor Wrestling” called Coleman’s Pulpit in which he interviews ROH personalities and vows that he will “find out the truth, and the truth will help you to see.”
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