The future of ROH is in doubt, but Homicide hopes the company will be able to celebrate its 20th Anniversary.
ROH usually celebrates its anniversary with an event each March, but with the company saying they will be on hiatus until April 2022 with Super Card of Honor, it is unknown if a 20th Anniversary event will happen.
Homicide hopes ROH will be able to celebrate in some way.
"It could be my Final Battle for Ring of Honor," Homicide told Sam Roberts on NotSamWrestling. "I'm very confident, very positive, I hope things go well for the company. That company busted their butt for years. I'm kind of sad there's not going to be a 20 year anniversary. They're doing Super Card of Honor. It is what it is. I would love to see the old school guys come to the 20th Anniversary show. Maybe Samoa Joe could have permission to come. CM Punk can ask permission. Amazing Red, SATs, all those guys."
CM Punk is currently signed to AEW while Samoa Joe is with WWE. Other top names throughout ROH history include Bryan Danielson (AEW), Nigel McGuinness (WWE), AJ Styles (WWE), Low Ki, and more.
Along with being a legend in ROH, Homicide was a legend in Jersey All Pro. Homicide said there were talks of a Jersey All Pro reunion.
"We did speak about (a Jersey All Pro reunion). I feel like Fat Frank (Iadeavia), rest in peace, should be buried with that promotion. It's not the same," he said.
Jersey All Pro became inactive in 2018. Homicide was a seven-time JAPW Heavyweight and Tag Team Champion.
Elsewhere during the interview, Homicide recalled his cameo at AEW Rampage Grand Slam. You can find his full comments by clicking here.
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