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ROH COO Joe Koff addresses talent departing for AEW

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ROH COO Joe Koff addresses talent departing for AEW



Ring Of Honor COO Joe Koff was recently interviewed by WrestleZone to talk about several professional wrestling topics including the launch of All Elite Wrestling.

Some talent that has departed to make the jump from ROH to AEW include Cody, The Young Bucks, Hangman Page, Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, and Scorpio Sky.

This is where Koff made it known that talent leaving the Baltimore-based promotion is nothing new for them and how the stars mentioned above will always be part of the ROH family. He also made it a point to bring up how they have an incredibly talented roster and will move with the stars that they have.

“Talent leaving Ring of Honor is not new to us. Like many of the other stars that have gone onto other promotions, we thank Cody, Hangman and the Young Bucks for their contributions. They, like all of the ROH Alumni will always be part of the ROH family.

Throughout the years, ROH has provided our wrestlers a unique platform to showcase their talents to a worldwide audience. We are proud of the wrestlers who have not only gone on to enjoy successful careers outside of ROH but, most importantly, the ones who continue to make ROH the most forward-thinking promotion in the industry. Changes are a natural process of wrestling and any organization, but there has never been a shortage of exceptional and deserving men and women willing to take advantage of those opportunities.  Our incredibly talented roster will continue to move this company forward as we continue to aggressively expand globally and be on the forefront of content distribution through HonorClub and broadcast affiliates across this country.”






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