NJPW World Tag League 2019 Standings Colt Cabana has reportedly wrapped up his most recent run with Ring of Honor wrestling.
Final Battle 2019 was the last Ring Of Honor show for Colt Cabana, according to a report by John Pollock of POST Wrestling. Reportedly, this exit has been known internally by Ring Of Honor since September.
This was the third stint in the company for the Ring Of Honor original. Originally joining shortly after the promotion's inception in 2002, Cabana would leave in 2007 to sign with WWE.
After a less-than-stellar run in WWE as Scotty Goldman, Cabana would return to the promotion in late 2009, and stick around until mid-2011.
During his time away, Cabana would win the NWA World Championship two times and continue to grow his podcast, the Art Of Wrestling to new heights before returning again in 2016. During this most recent run with the promotion, Cabana was mostly used as a color commentator alongside Ian Riccaboni but he would occasionally wrestle and even briefly turned heel on Dalton Castle.
At Final Battle 2019, Cabana would face Alex Shelley for the first time ever. Shelley would call out Cabana respectfully on the pre-show of the pay-per-view saying that the two had never wrestled and Cabana was one of the better wrestlers of their generation and he would like to have some of the traditional Ring Of Honor style on the pay-per-view. Ultimately, Shelley would win in the end.
This has been a year of change for Cabana. Not only is his current run in Ring Of Honor coming to an end but earlier this year, he also ended his long-running podcast after almost a decade.
Colt has been busy in other promotions. He recently competed in New Japan Pro-Wrestling's World Tag League Tournament alongside Toru Yano, and is the current NWA National Heavyweight Champion. He will defend that championship at NWA's Into The Fire pay-per-view on Saturday, December 14 against Ricky Starks and Aaron Stevens.