Ring of Honor COO Joe Koff does not expect Cody, Young Bucks, and Page to stay

Joe Koff, the Ring of Honor Chief Operating Officer, told WrestlingInc.com during an interview that the company is expected to lose the services of Cody, The Young Bucks, and Hangman Page once 2019 starts.

Asked if the four popular individuals will be sticking around, Koff said, “I don’t think so, and I don’t think that that’s new news either. They definitely have something in mind…”

That “something in mind” is All Elite Wrestling, a new promotion in the works which is being funded by the Khan family, Pakistani-American billionaires and owners of the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team and Fulham F.C. of the English Premier League.

“I’m very thankful for Cody and The Young Bucks and Page and their contributions to Ring of Honor. I think they were part of our great year – they played a big part. They’ll always be a part of the ROH family, and I’m always excited when people choose to take a different direction or go in a different direction because it’s exciting for them as they embark on whatever their next chapter in their lives are,” Koff added.

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