Bandido re-signs with Ring of Honor

Bandido signs a new deal with Ring of Honor.

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On January 4th, Ring of Honor announced that Mark Haskins re-signed with the company and today, Bandido’s re-signing to ROH was announced as well. A story about the news was posted to

Bandido first signed with ROH in late 2018 and throughout his time in the company, he has been a part of the LifeBlood faction and is a co-holder of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championships with Flamita and Rey Horus. The trio known as ‘MexiSquad’ were scheduled to defend the six-man tag titles at Final Battle against Shane Taylor Promotions (Moses, Kaun & Shane Taylor) but Bandido and Flamita were pulled from the show due to COVID-19 protocols.

Here is ROH’s write-up about Bandido re-signing with the company:

Ring of Honor is pleased to announce that international star Bandido has re-signed with the company.

The announcement comes on the heels of UK star Mark Haskins signing a new contract to remain with ROH. The signings exemplify the company’s commitment to securing the best wrestlers on the planet.

One of the most innovative and electrifying competitors in professional wrestling, Bandido has been with ROH since December 2018, when the sensational luchador was among the hottest free agents in the industry.

Currently a co-holder of the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Title with Flamita and Rey Horus, Bandido has not competed in ROH since February due to travel restrictions caused by the pandemic.

Before coming to ROH, Bandido competed extensively in his native Mexico as well as Japan, the UK and Australia.

Ring of Honor’s Final Battle pay-per-view was headlined by RUSH defeating Brody King to retain the ROH World Championship. To check out a recap of the show, click here for POST Wrestling’s report of the event.

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