EC3 has officially signed a deal with Ring of Honor, after making his debut for the company in October 2020.
Ring of Honor made the announcement on Twitter, also issuing a statement confirming that EC3 has signed an agreement with the Baltimore-based company.
The statement read:
“Ring of Honor is pleased to announce that EC3 has signed with the company.
EC3, who had been pro wrestling’s hottest free agent since he hit the open market last summer, made a few appearances with ROH in the fall. He made his unannounced return on last weekend’s episode of ‘Ring of Honor Wrestling’ to confront Jay Briscoe.
EC3 and Briscoe had been scheduled to face each other at Final Battle in December, but the match was called off after EC3 tested positive for COVID-19.
Recognized as a two-time former world champion, EC3 boasts one of the most chiseled physiques in the sport and stellar speaking skills.
EC3 seized control of his narrative during his time as a free agent. A darker, more intense and more dangerous EC3 showed up in ROH declaring that he was on a quest to see if honor is real.
Now that EC3 is making ROH his home, he’ll have ample time to find out.”
— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) February 25, 2021
EC3 was a part of a raft of talent released from WWE due to the COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020. That ended his second run with the company which lasted just over two years. During that time he was mainly part of the NXT brand.
Known as Ethan Carter III in what is now known as IMPACT Wrestling. He is a former two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Winning the first of those titles by defeating Kurt Angle in June 2015. During his time in TNA Carter would share the ring and defeat some household names in the wrestling business. In one-on-one competition, Carter would defeat the likes of Matt Hardy, Bobby Lashley, and Drew McIntyre.
Ring of Honor recently announced its 19th-anniversary show which is to take place on Friday, March 26th, 2021.