Though he hasn't been able to wrestle for the promotion for several months, Mark Haskins has signed a new contract with Ring of Honor.
ROH announced on Monday that Haskins has signed a new deal to remain with the promotion. "Ring of Honor is pleased to announce that international star Mark Haskins has re-signed with the company," ROH wrote. "Haskins originally signed with ROH in December 2018 and quickly established himself as one of the fiercest and most-well-rounded competitors on the roster."
Haskins, who is from the United Kingdom, was supposed to challenge for Rush's ROH World Championship at ROH's 18th Anniversary pay-per-view in March 2020, but that event was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. ROH wrote in their announcement of Haskins' new deal: "Haskins has not competed in ROH since then due to travel restrictions, but keeping the talented athlete in the fold was a priority for the company."
Haskins was involved in the match where Rush regained the ROH World Championship from PCO in February. Rush became a two-time ROH World Champion by defeating PCO and Haskins in a triple threat match at Gateway to Honor. Haskins wasn't involved in the fall, which set up the title match that was supposed to happen at ROH's 18th Anniversary PPV.
The latest episode of ROH television featured Haskins defeating Jay Lethal in an empty arena match that was taped during the week the 18th Anniversary PPV was supposed to take place. The match had never aired until now.
ROH returned to television production with closed set tapings in Maryland in August. ROH's first PPV of the pandemic era was December's Final Battle event.