Beer City Bruiser Says He's Been Talking To NWA And New Japan

ROH is now on hiatus from live events with plans to return in April with Supercard of Honor.

Beer City Bruiser has been a regular in the company since 2015 when he competed in the Top Prospect Tournament. With the future of ROH unclear coming out of Final Battle, he and Brian Milonas are making plans to go elsewhere.

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"NWA," Bruiser said on Turnbuckle Tavern when asked which company he would like to work for. "Brian Milonas and I have been talking to the NWA. We wrestled for them before the pandemic and were supposed to be in the Crockett Cup before the pandemic. They were our first call. We fit in so well when we were there the first time and it's a great locker room. I broke in with Trevor Murdoch. He broke in with Aron Stevens and these are two tops guys on their roster. When everything shutdown, we reached out and have been talking to NWA. That's where we both want to go. As The Bouncers, it's a perfect fit. We've also been talking to the New Japan crew so when that opens back up, hopefully, I can get back to Japan and bring Brian with me because I think two big ugly American bastards can run roughshod in Japan. I did it before and I want to do it again."

Bruiser competed in Japan as part of the ROH/NJPW tour in 2018.

Beer City Bruiser teamed with Milonas, Flip Gordon, PJ Black, and Cheeseburger to defeat Demonic Flamita, LSG, Max The Impaler, Sledge & Will Ferrara at ROH Final Battle.

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