Jeff Cobb will be sticking with Ring of Honor, but he has not signed an exclusive deal with the company.
Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reports that Cobb will remain in ROH on a per-show deal. Cobb's contract reportedly expired on Jan. 1 and he did not sign a new exclusive or long-term deal. The report states that even though he didn't sign an exclusive deal, Cobb is happy with ROH and its direction and will continue to work with them "unless something changes."
Cobb signed an exclusive deal with ROH in December 2018. Speaking to Fightful, Cobb revealed that ROH's relationship with NJPW was one of the reasons he decided to join Ring of Honor. Cobb ended up working NJPW G1 Climax and World Tag League in 2019.
The former ROH Television Champion worked the ROH Final Battle pre-show, defeating Dan Maff. He is scheduled to team with Maff on Jan. 11 against The Briscoes and Lifeblood in a triple threat tag team match. He is also advertised for the free ROH show on Feb. 9. Cobb was also the first name confirmed for Josh Barnett's Bloodsport on Apr. 2.