Mark Haskins has officially signed with Ring of Honor, becoming the promotion’s latest talent acquisition.
He posted on Twitter this morning that he has signed with the company.
“I’ve officially signed with ROH. 2019, s*** is going to go down,” he wrote. “Keep watching. #TheBrass”
It isn’t known when he will make his official debut. Dave Meltzer reported on the December 10 edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that he was ROH bound.
Haskins joins a number of other talents that ROH has signed in recent weeks including PCO, Brody King and Bandido. PCO and King have already made their debut for the promotion at the last set of television tapings, aligning themselves with Marty Scurll to form Villains Enterprises.
Haskins has been wrestling since 2006. He’s wrestled for IPW (where he won their world title twice) PROGRESS and Defiant Wrestling in the United Kingdom and Smash Wrestling in Canada. He has also worked PWG dates in the past, competing in the 2017 Battle of Los Angeles.