Shane Taylor has kept in touch with a recently released WWE Superstar.
Lee, who was released by WWE on Thursday, November 4, 2021, teamed with Taylor in Ring of Honor between 2015 and 2017 as the Pretty Boy Killers (PBK).
"Keith knows. We’ve talked. He knows that the door is always open. The door of STP is always open. There’s always going to be a spot for him when, and if, he decides that’s the route he wants to go. Right now, I know he’s got things going on, as well as getting married in February. There’s absolutely no rush to anything, but he knows that I’m only a call away. Of course, I would love to team up with him and whoop anybody’s ass that really wants some. That’s any company, anywhere. If he wants us to do it, I’m in. Any company that feels like they want to bring in PBK, I’m sure we’ll talk. As long as the numbers add up, we can do business," Taylor said.
As far as dream matches go should he and Lee ever reunite, Taylor shared a few potential options both in New Japan and AEW. He said the following:
"Again, and I know that I just talked about them, but I think PBK against the [Young] Bucks would be great. PBK against GOD in New Japan would be great. Obviously, you got FTR as well. Although it was short-lived, I would love to have another run against The Briscoes. There are lots of legendary tag teams out there that I would love to get in the ring with and test our skills against. I feel like, again, when you add Keith and myself, I don’t think any of those boys beat us when we’re on our game. It’ll be great to see."
On October 27, 2021, ROH announced that the company will halt live events for the first quarter of 2022 as they "reimagine" and "reconceptualize" the company. Later that same day, it was reported that the promotion had also released all talents from their contracts.
Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp followed up on that, noting that the releases are effective at the end of the year and if a contract goes beyond 2021, talent will be paid until March 31.
Taylor is set to take on Kenny King at ROH Final Battle on December 11.