Brody King explains why he re-signed with Ring of Honor and what his goals are now that he's staying with the company.
Back in early February, it was announced that King signed a new deal to remain with Ring of Honor and in an interview with Newsweek, the Villain Enterprises member said the way Ring of Honor treated him made it a fairly easy decision for him to stick with them.
"I wouldn't say it was easy. In the current climate of wrestling, or whatever you want to call it, there are so many options for a wrestler out there. And I'd say that right now there's no better time to be a wrestler. But as far as how I dealt with business with Ring of Honor and the way they treated me, it was a much easier decision to stay with them and move forward with what we've been doing with Villain Enterprises and all the plans we have going forward," King said.
King also talked about how this past year "was a proving period" for him and is looking to perhaps have a singles run this year. King said he is aiming to be the in the main event and not just be a midcard wrestler.
"2019 was a proving period for me, and I think 2020 is me pushing forward and proving that I'm an asset to the company. I'm an incredible performer and I would love to have a good singles run. I would love to go for some championships. I'm not there to be a low-to-midcard guy. I'm there to be the main event, and that's what I'm going to try and prove," King said.
The Villain Enterprises member has been with ROH since 2018, being a part of the faction alongside Marty Scurll, PCO and Flip Gordon. During his time in ROH, King won the ROH World Tag Team Championship with PCO and the ROH Six-Man Tag Team titles with PCO and Scurll.