Former Ring of Honor World Champion Dalton Castle is staying with the company.
It was announced today that Castle has signed a new contract with ROH. After defeating Josh Woods at last week's ROH 19th Anniversary pay-per-view, Castle did a backstage interview where he declared that he's staying in ROH. Castle had stated in storyline that it could've been his last match in ROH if he lost.
Castle defeated Woods at the 19th Anniversary PPV after Silas Young turned against Woods by hitting him with a chair. Castle then rolled up Woods to get the win.
After they had previously traded wins against each other in two matches, Castle vs. Woods at the 19th Anniversary PPV was billed as the rubber match between them. Castle lost to Woods in their first match but then won the rematch after feigning a back injury and rolling Woods up.
In January, it was reported that Castle had become a free agent but had a contract offer from ROH.
Castle held the ROH World Championship from December 2017 to June 2018, winning the title from Cody Rhodes and then losing it to Jay Lethal. Castle is also a former ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champion.