Rush signs an exclusive deal with Ring Of Honor!
Big news today for Ring Of Honor, who has done a pretty good job recently in refilling their talent pool following the loss of stars like Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks and Hangman Page.
Earlier today it was noted that the promotion has officially signed both ‘Hot Sauce’ Tracy Williams and PJ Black to contracts (check out that story here), adding them to other new faces on the roster such as Bandido, PCO, Brody King and Mark Haskins.
This afternoon, Ring Of Honor has now issued the following via Twitter to reveal that Rush has signed an exclusive contract:
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) January 15, 2019
The 30-year old, 11-year veteran from CMLL is a founding father of Los Ingobernables, which later spurned New Japan Pro Wrestling’s popular offshoot, Los Ingobernables de Japon. The former CMLL World Light Heavyweight, World Tag Team and World Trios Champion made his debut for Ring Of Honor back in December over Final Battle Fallout weekend and also competed last year for Major League Wrestling on a couple of occasions.
PWInsider has since reported that they have confirmed the exclusivity of the deal, however Rush will still be able to work for CMLL.