Dalton Castle has re-signed with Ring of Honor Wrestling (ROH), according to the company’s website. Castle is a former Ring of Honor world champion and former world six-man tag team champion. He captured the ROH world title at Final Battle 2017 where he defeated Cody to win the belt for the first time. Castle held the title until June 2018, when he lost to Jay Lethal. Castle also held the six-man tag team titles with Boy 1 and Boy 2 from June to August 2017 before dropping the belts to Adam Page and The Young Bucks.
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) March 30, 2021
There was some speculation that Dalton Castle would not re-join ROH. Going into his match against Josh Woods at 19th Anniversary, Castle’s promos alluded to him not returning to ROH if he could not defeat Woods in their Pure Rules match. Castle defeated Woods after Silas Young hit Woods with a chair following a ringside confrontation between the two. Castle used this to his advantage and pinned Woods for the victory, remaining in Ring of Honor.
The terms of the agreement were not publicly released by Ring of Honor. Castle will call Ring of Honor his home for the time being. We will see if he continues to feud with Woods or continues on the path to the Pure Championship where he is currently ranked the number four contender for the title.
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