For quite some time now there have been reports that Adam Cole is almost guaranteed to sign with WWE once his Ring of Honor deal is up. Discussing the topic on Busted Open with Dave LaGreca and Doug Mortman, Cole confirmed when his current contract expires as well as giving some insight into future.
"I've discussed this before and I totally don't mind talking about it because it's a very talked-about thing," Cole said. "I have about a month left on my Ring of Honor contract where at that point, I kind of have to make a decision. And the truth of the matter is, I haven't made my decision of what I would like to do yet. Because, obviously, there are a lot of options I have to consider. There are a lot of situations I have to consider. So for me to make my best possible decision, I need to know all the avenues that I can take."
Though his deal ends soon, Cole still has some pivotal matches coming up and that's his focus right now, "as of right now, again this kind of sounds like a cliché answer, I have big match after big match every single weekend. So I have to focus on this next month that I have: challenging for the Ring of Honor Television Championship this weekend, I'd like to get back over to New Japan. Right now, all of my focus is on making as much of an impact in Ring of Honor as I can. When it comes to May, that's something that's kind of up in the air at this point."
Regardless of Cole's uncertain future, interest is certainly high in the former three time ROH Champion's match with current Television titleholder Marty Scurll that takes place this Saturday night at Supercard of Honor.