Dan Maff is the latest addition to the Ring of Honor roster.
On his Twitter account today, Maff posted video of him signing a contract with ROH. Maff thanked the fans, the wrestlers he's been in the ring with, and noted that this is the first contract he's signed in professional wrestling.
Maff returned to ROH for the first time in 14 years at their The Experience and Unauthorized shows earlier this month. He teamed with Marty Scurll & PCO at The Experience and defeated Jeff Cobb, Colt Cabana & Cheeseburger in a six-man tag match. Maff then lost an unsanctioned match to PCO at Unauthorized the next night.
Maff was a two-time Tag Team Champion during his first run with ROH. He held the titles with BJ Whitmer in 2004 and 2005.
ROH's website had indicated that Maff would be returning after his appearances at The Experience and Unauthorized: "Maff, a two-time former ROH World Tag Team Champion who appeared in the very first ROH show in 2002, wrestled in the main event on both shows over the weekend and clearly hasn’t lost a step. In fact, Maff made such a strong impression that ROH officials have already discussed plans to bring him back in the future."