In an update on the contracts of several top talents in Ring of Honor Wrestling, former ROH World Champion Jay Lethal, as well as Bobby Fish, Christopher Daniels and Hangman Page have all signed new contracts, with Lethal’s being a two-year deal and the rest currently unknown, according to a report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Meanwhile, the internal expectation right now is that Kyle O’Reilly (who dropped the ROH World Championship at Wrestle Kingdom 11) and Raymond Rowe (of the War Machine tag team) are WWE-bound and that just about everyone else in the promotion is staying. A report from Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet notes that O’Reilly rejected a new offer from Ring of Honor Wrestling just days before the New Japan Pro Wrestling “Wrestle Kingdom” 11 pay-per-view.

The report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that at this point, War Machine (Raymond Rowe & Hanson) are attempting to stay together as a tag team and attempt to make a package deal with Ring of Honor, New Japan Pro Wrestling, a combination of both or the WWE, while the belief is that current ROH World Champion Adam Cole will be WWE-bound in May, but that from a legal standpoint, he is not even allowed to negotiate with them until May 1st.