Brian Cage was introduced as the first member of the new Tully Blanchard Enterprises stable at Ring of Honor’s recent Supercard of Honor PPV. Cage had been floundering in AEW, finding himself barely being used on television. With Tony Khan’s acquisition of ROH, Cage is hoping to showcase his talent a lot more in the coming months.

The Tully Blanchard stable hasn’t appeared in AEW, so it appears it will be a Ring of Honor faction. Brian Cage looks to be the featured member. The storyline has been in a holding pattern as Khan looks for a broadcast deal for ROH.

In a recent chat with Chris Van Vliet on Insight, Brian Cage talked about his plans going forward. Brian hopes to appear for both AEW and ROH. Right now, the situation is fluid, but Cage is ready to work wherever he is needed. Van Vliet asked Cage if he would be working for both companies.

“Absolutely. I feel you are correct. I know there is a lot of talk and rumors about Ring of Honor, what’s next, what’s going to happen. There’s stuff I know and there’s a lot of stuff I don’t know. There’s a lot of stuff a lot of people don’t know. It does look like we’ll hopefully be doing both at the same time and I’ll be part of it. I’m never one to turn down work.”


Brian Cage said titles weren’t his major motivation going forward. He is more focused on having great matches with amazing talent he hasn’t worked with before. Cage made a list of roughly 20 wrestlers he would like to work with.

Time will tell what Brian Cage can bring to Ring of Honor. Cage is extremely talented and charismatic and may be a wrestler Tony Khan builds the brand around. Until then, Brian is in wait-and-see mode.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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