Ring of Honor has announced that former ROH TV Champion Adam Cole has signed a new contract with the company.
As we reported here on the website, Cole was one of the indy talents invited to take part in a WWE tryout camp several months ago. Obviously, that led to a lot of speculation on his ROH future. This puts that speculation to rest.
Cole said in the press release sent out about the signing, “Resigning with Ring of Honor is exciting for me on many levels. Getting to continue my journey in the best wrestling company in the world has my motivation and drive at an all time high. If you want to be the best, you prove it in Ring of Honor. And that’s exactly what I plan on doing.”
You can read the full press release regarding the signing below:
Adam Cole signs new ROH contract
When signing Cole had this to say “Resigning with Ring of Honor is exciting for me on many levels. Getting to continue my journey in the best wrestling company in the world has my motivation and drive at an all time high. If you want to be the best, you prove it in Ring of Honor. And that’s exactly what I plan on doing.”
About Ring of Honor Wrestling Entertainment, LLC
For over 11 years, Ring of Honor (ROH) wrestling has been synonymous with the best in-ring action and for cultivating the freshest young stars in the business today. Known for their athleticism, intensity and hard-hitting styles, ROH talent embody what it means to be a pro wrestler on a consistent basis, incorporating mixed-martial-arts and high flying in their innovative matches. ROH live events are full of electricity and excitement, providing their passionate and vocal fans a chance to be a part of the action themselves. Find ROH on social media at Facebook and @RingofHonor on Twitter, or watch the latest content at the Official ROH YouTube Channel. Visit www.rohwrestling.com for more information.
About Sinclair Broadcast Group
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., the largest and one of the most diversified television broadcasting companies, owns and operates, programs or provides sales services to 112 television stations in 61 markets, pro forma for pending transactions. Sinclair’s television group is affiliated with all major networks, reaching almost 30% of U.S. television households. Sinclair purchased ROH Wrestling from Cary Silken in May 2011, with ROH TV debuting September 24th, 2011 on their network of stations, becoming the only promotion in the U.S. with a major, multi-market presence on broadcast TV delivering cutting-edge pro wrestling on a weekly basis (with the latest episodes also available on the official ROH website).