Jeff Cobb Credits The Rich History Of ROH And Their Relationship With NJPW As Reasons Why He Signed

Ring Of Honor does their 10 Questions series with Jeff Cobb.

Jeff Cobb is holding a ton of gold at the current moment as he is the current PWG World, APW Universal Heavyweight and ROH World Television Champions. Cobb successfully defended his ROH World TV Title last week at 'Final Battle' in a 13-minute sprint against Adam "Hangman" Page. Cobb made it through the recent ROH TV tapings in Philadelphia as ROH TV Champion and he now has his sights set on making it through these next couple of months in order to walk into what will be a sold out Madison Square Garden on April 6th for Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Supercard show.

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Cobb was the focus of Ring Of Honor's 10 Questions series on and the first question he was asked was what would he be doing if he was not a wrestler.

"Towards the end of my college life I wanted to be a teacher but didn’t have time with all the traveling I did with college wrestling, so I switched majors. I’d probably be a teacher and coaching wrestling somewhere." Cobb shared.

Cobb emerged onto the Ring Of Honor scene by beating down Future Of Honor talents and later went on to defeat Punishment Martinez in record time to become World Television Champion. Cobb stated that the reason he came to ROH was because of the history of the company and their partnership with New Japan.

"I’ve always seen ROH and the quality of wrestlers that have come through there. There is such a rich history of amazing performers and talent that can’t be denied. Also, the relationship with New Japan didn’t hurt either." He said.


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