Ring of Honor have issued a statement on their new talent sharing agreement with Pro Wrestling Guerilla. You can read the full statement below, in which ROH state that the agreement will allow contracted talent to compete on a number of PWG shows per year.
The agreement began over the weekend as Adam Cole appeared at PWG All Star Weekend.
Ring of Honor Wrestling announced today that they’ve entered into a strategic agreement with Pro Wrestling Guerrilla that enables exclusively contracted stars to compete on a select number of PWG shows per year in California.
ROH and NJPW have been developing a significant global relationship for the past two years and now ROH will work with PWG on the west coast of the United States. “PWG is a fantastic company in California that both our fans and stars have always been passionate about,” said Joe Koff. As we continue to grow the ROH brand and enter into exclusive agreements with our talent, we want all fans to continue enjoying the performance of the ROH stars in PWG. This alliance is great for both of our companies, the talent, and most importantly – The FANS.”
With this agreement, wrestling fans can look forward to seeing stars such as Adam Cole, Kyle O’Reilly, The Young Bucks, etc. compete at PWG shows, demonstrating to the West Coast why Ring of Honor is the best wrestling on the planet.
For more information head over to http://www.rohwrestling.com