Brian Cage is ready to have great matches with everyone.
After not appearing on AEW television since October 2021, Cage was back in the mix at ROH Supercard of Honor when he was introduced as Tully Blanchard's newest client for Tully Blanchard Enterprises.
Cage is still signed with AEW, but is part of the ROH roster as Tony Khan owns both companies.
Speaking to Chris Van Vliet on Insight, Cage was asked about appearing on both programs.
"Absolutely. I feel you are correct. I know there is a lot of talk and rumors about Ring of Honor, what's next, what's going to happen. There's stuff I know and there's a lot of stuff I don't know. There's a lot of stuff a lot of people don't know. It does look like we'll hopefully be doing both at the same time and I'll be part of it. I'm never one to turn down work," he said.
When asked if he has his sights set on the ROH World Title, Cage mentioned that the ROH World Title and the AEW World Title are both on his mind, but he's also looking to having standout matches.
"More than any title, I just want to get back in there and have amazing matches with a lot of amazing talent that I haven't worked. There are like 20 names that I wrote down that I haven't worked with. I've worked with one of them. The one match I asked for was Matt Sydal. I got to work with (Hangman) Page, which was unexpected and I loved that match at Double or Nothing. Those are the only two that I feel like are Brian Cage matches," he said.
Cage also mentioned the cinematic match where he teamed with Ricky Starks against Sting & Darby Allin at AEW Revolution 2021.
Cage named Kenny Omega, PAC, Bryan Danielson, Lucha Bros, Angelico, Jack Evans, Private Party, Jungle Boy, Wardlow, Luchasaurus, Lance Archer, and Miro among the names he wants to wrestle.
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