Joe Koff would love to have The Elite back but he understands that people have to do what's best for them.
Ring Of Honor is now a few months removed from Cody, The Young Bucks and Adam "Hangman" Page departing to kick-start All Elite Wrestling which is one month away from hosting its first show under the company banner, 'Double Or Nothing' in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ring Of Honor wrapped up their joint G1 Supercard show with New Japan Pro Wrestling last Saturday that packed Madison Square Garden.
Next up for Ring Of Honor is their television taping tomorrow in Pittsburgh and 'Masters Of The Craft' on Sunday. Coming off the helms of G1 Supercard and heading into the next series of shows, ROH C.O.O. Joe Koff spoke with Paste Magazine and touched on the developing All Elite Wrestling company and stated that he would love to have Cody, The Young Bucks and Adam Page back in Ring Of Honor but understands the vision they had and added that there is no animosity between the two sides.
“Would I love to have [Cody, The Young Bucks and Adam Page] still in my company? I would. But everybody’s gotta do what they gotta do,” Koff said. “There’s no animosity there. People say, do you think they took advantage of you? I say, they captured the moment that was their moment. I can’t fault them for that. But I’ve never really focused on the competition,” Koff said. “We focus on what we should be doing. I can’t react. If I reacted to every single thing everyone else was doing, I’d be nothing to no one.”
All Elite Wrestling's 'Double Or Nothing' match card is shaping up with one month left to go and to stay up to date with the card for the May 25th event, head over to Fightful's "events" page.
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