Bandido will stay with Ring Of Honor for the foreseeable future.
ROH announced in a social media post on Saturday, January 11, 2019, that Bandido has agreed to a new deal with the promotion. While the terms of this new deal weren't disclosed, ROH touted their pride in "signing and developing top talent from around the world."
Wrestling Superstar @bandidowrestler Has Officially Signed A New Contract With ROH!— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) January 11, 2020
Ring Of Honor Wrestling Takes Great Pride In Signing And Developing Top Wrestling Stars
From Around The World And We Are Very Proud To Have Bandido On Our Roster! #ROH -- pic.twitter.com/QugXUtzPvn
Bandido came into ROH as part of the LifeBlood faction led by Juice Robinson. At the time of his initial signing, it was reported that Bandido was heavily sought after by both WWE and All Elite Wrestling.
Bandido recently won the 2019 Battle Of Los Angeles tournament in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. was featured in the headlining bout of 2018's "All In" event, where he teamed with Rey Mysterio and Rey Fenix to face The Young Bucks and Kota Ibushi.