Ring Of Honor star Bateman has signed a new contract with the company and extended his tenure which began back in 2019.
RoH announced the news on their website this week.
Bateman — sometimes known as Tyler Bateman — was a stalwart of the Southern California independent scene. He regularly competed as one half of the tag team Violence Unlimited alongside current RoH colleague Brody King in promotions such as PWG and Bar Wrestling.
Since signing for RoH in 2019, the 38-year-old has aligned himself with Vincent. The duo formed a faction known as The Righteous.
Here’s what Ring of Honor had to say about Bateman’s new deal:
Ring of Honor is pleased to announce that Bateman has re-signed with the company
Bateman made his ROH debut in September 2019. Shortly thereafter, he joined forces with Vincent in The Righteous, which has become one of the top factions in ROH.
The eccentric Bateman, who describes himself as a “handsome sociopath with violent tendencies,” is celebrating his 20th year in pro wrestling. Before coming to ROH, Bateman was one of the biggest stars on the vibrant Southern California independent wrestling scene.