Just a week after he was one of the guys featured in Jeff Jarrett's Gobal Force Wrestling (GFW) roster reveal "press conference", former National Football League offensive lineman Quinn "Moose" Ojinnaka has inked a new deal with Ring of Honor (ROH).
The Sinclair Broadcasting owned independent has booked the big man strongly throughout his year with the company, but never more so than the last few weeks where he's been positioned as a main eventer. He's scheduled for a #1 contenders match at the Best in the World pay-per-view (PPV) next month against former ROH World champs Michael Elgin and Roderick Strong.
Terms of the deal with the former Atlanta Falcons player were not announced, but announcing it as a contract signing feels different from how ROH handles other talents not locked in to working fairly exclusively with them like AJ Styles or Alberto El Patron. If Jarrett comes through with a television contract for GFW, we may see a lot of talents inking deals with these two companies or TNA.
If you're a big enough name, it might be a great time to work a bunch of shows and make a ton of money, too...
For the last time. We haven't signed a contract with anyone. We wrestle for any company we want. Handshake agreements only #Independence— The Young Bucks (@NickJacksonYB) May 16, 2015
Do you think ROH is right to invest in Moose? Do you see an indy signing spree on the horizon?