Mark Haskins re-signs with Ring of Honor

Mark Haskins inked a new deal with Ring of Honor to remain with the company

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Mark Haskins first began working with Ring of Honor on their ‘Honor United’ tour in May of 2018 and was signed at the conclusion of that year. Today, Ring of Honor made the announcement that Mark Haskins has signed a new deal to remain with the company.

Throughout his time in Ring of Honor thus far, Haskins joined the LifeBlood faction which currently consists of himself and Bandido. Tracy Williams was a part of the group but he’s now aligned with The Foundation (Jonathan Gresham, Jay Lethal & Rhett Titus).

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Haskins was scheduled to compete at Ring of Honor’s 18th Anniversary and Past vs. Present shows in Nevada. At 18th Anniversary, he was going to challenge RUSH for the ROH World Championship and at Past vs. Present, he was scheduled to face John Walters who is back working with Ring of Honor.

Haskins has not wrestled for ROH since February of 2020 as he is a resident of the UK. Throughout the pandemic, he worked several Revolution Pro Wrestling events.

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