After reportedly receiving offers from several pro wrestling promotions, top prospect Bandido made his decision to sign with Baltimore-based promotion, Ring of Honor.
It was reported and later confirmed last month that the rising talent had signed with the company where he’ll start performing under the ROH banner in early 2019. This deal will still allow him to work in Mexico as the contracts offered by the promotion do not prohibit their wrestlers from working there.
The new ROH star recently did an interview with WrestleZone where he talked about a wide range of topics including his decision to sign with the company.
“I think, that one has opportunities and offers that may only come once in a lifetime. Fortunately, my trainer Ultimo Guererro always taught me something very important, even outside of Lucha Libre; that there are three ways of thinking. The first you act with your head. The second you act with your heart, the third you act out your a** [laughs], I haven’t acted irrationally, because all I’ve had has been blessings.”
“At the same time, I’ve also not thought with my head, because if that was the case, I would probably be in the largest company in the world, not to name, names. But I’ve always made decisions with my heart, choosing to act in terms of what will fulfill me, compliment me and overall make me happy and continue having fun. I think this was a giant step in my career, and I’m so excited about signing with ROH.”