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Pro Wrestling Sheet reported Monday that Jeff Cobb will remain with Ring of Honor, but not on a long-term deal.
The 37-year-old's deal with ROH was up on January 1st and he chose not to sign an exclusive multi-year contract with the promotion but on a per-show basis instead, according to the report.
He is booked for ROH's return to Center Stage in Atlanta Saturday in a three-way tag match, one of two events they are putting on this weekend. He and Dan Maff will also challenge for the ROH tag titles on Sunday, February 9th.
Cobb, a wrestler in the 2004 Olympics, started working in ROH back in 2018 and won the TV title shortly after his promotional debut. A pro for ten years, Cobb has worked in Lucha Underground, Pro Wrestling Guerilla, and for New Japan Pro Wrestling. He was the PWG Champion for more than a year before dropping the belt to Bandido in late-December.
On Monday night, GCW announced that Cobb is the first participant in Josh Barnett's Bloodsport III, scheduled for Thursday of WrestleMania weekend in Tampa, FL.