Adam Brooks has signed with Ring of Honor.
The news was confirmed in the latest edition of Kevin Eck's column Eck's Files on ROH's website. It is unknown when Brooks will make his debut from ROH and terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Here is what Eck wrote in regards to Brooks' signing:
Adam Brooks is the latest acclaimed international star to sign with Ring of Honor.
The Melbourne, Australia native has never competed in an ROH ring in the U.S., but he has wrestled a number of ROH stars around the globe, including Matt Taven, Marty Scurll, Dragon Lee, Bandido, Mark Haskins and Brody King. In Brooks’ lone match for ROH, he faced then-ROH World Champion Jay Lethal in a Proving Ground Match in Edinburgh, Scotland in 2018.
Brooks is the current Melbourne City Wrestling Heavyweight Champion, a title he won from fellow countryman Slex, who signed with ROH in December and makes his debut for the company at Free Enterprise in Baltimore on Sunday.
Along with being a regular for MCW, Brooks has wrestled for CZW, MLW, and PWG. He will be in action on Mar. 22 for Prestige Wrestling against TJP.