Silas Young Reveals That His Contract With Ring Of Honor Expires At The End Of 2018

Silas Young has one month left with Ring Of Honor.

The self-dubbed "Last Real Man" of professional wrestling Silas Young has been a part of the Ring Of Honor family since 2007. Silas departed from Ring Of Honor in 2009 and returned in 2012 and has been with the company since then. Throughout his combined ten years in ROH Silas has captured the ROH World Television Title twice, won the 'Honor Rumble' and won the Tag Wars tournament with Beer City Bruiser.

On top of competing in the ring, Silas runs a wrestling promotion in his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin named 'MKE Wrestling'. When Silas is not busy letting the other in-ring performers of the ROH roster know that he is the last real man in the business, he is spotlighting wrestlers who compete for him in 'MKE Wrestling'.

Silas Young recently joined Wrestling INC's 'WINCLY' podcast with Nick Hausman and during the conversation Silas was asked about space possibly freeing up on the Ring Of Honor roster in the coming months and while giving his response, Silas shared that his contract with ROH is set to expire at the end of 2018 and added that he loves being in ROH but nothing is set in stone.

“Well you know, you can never say never in wrestling. WWE’s really had a thing in the last couple of years where they've really been signing a lot of talent up - my contract is up at the end of the year." He revealed. "You know, I’m not opposed to talking to either side - it comes down to it, it’s a business at the end of the day so, you gotta go with what’s best for you and your family so… I love Ring Of Honor. I feel like there’s things there that I’d like to accomplish still. So, saying that, nothing is set in stone."

On a related note, Fightful interviewed Silas Young in 2017 and to listen to that interview head over to the Fightful Wrestling YouTube channel.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit the 'WINCLY' podcast with an H/T to Fightful for the transcription.

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