Despite the departures of The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes, SoCal Uncensored and others from Ring Of Honor, the company has had to work around it and Dalton Castle is confident it will bounce back as always.
Speaking to WWL Radio, Castle discussed the departures of several big stars with the introduction of All Elite Wrestling. Though this isn't the first time ROH had to deal with numerous top names leaving in a relatively short amount of time and Castle said the company has done well to rebound from those losses.
Even as Castle, a former Ring of Honor World Champion, admitted that it was sad to see some of his friends go, he isn't really concerned about ROH's longevity.
"I think we stay the course. We have been in existence for over 16 years. We continue to produce the best wrestling in the world. We never lose track of what Ring of Honor is, and that is being the best wrestling in the world and connecting with the fans that stick with us. I guess I don’t see this as a big issue. I was sad to lose a lot of people. A lot of friends of mine moved on. But we’ve been through this before. I’ve lost really talented friends in the Ring of Honor locker room, then we’ve built it back up. We’ve done it again and again. It’s just a cycle. But the one thing that remains constant is that Ring of Honor continues to succeed," Castle said.
The full interview with Castle can be read at this link.