Having recently won the Ring of Honor Six-Man Tag Team Titles, the Boys have confirmed that they've officially signed with Tony Khan's ROH.
Brothers Brandon and Brent Tate took to Twitter to confirm that they will be a part of ROH moving forward.
Advertisement— THE Boys (Brent) (@TateTwinBrent) August 6, 2022
Of course, the Boys have long been at the side of Dalton Castle, and it was with the Peacock that the Tates won those Six-Man Titles at Death Before Dishonor last month - with the trio toppling Vincent, Bateman and Dutch for the gold.
Brandon and Brent had previously been with Ring of Honor from 2014 to 2019, and that time saw them and Castle have one other run as the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Champions. Having defeated Bully Ray and the Briscoes for those titles, the three would eventually lose them to Bullet Club's Adam Page and the Young Bucks.
After the Boys departed ROH, they spent a year in Ohio Valley Wrestling - where they'd previously had a stint in 2012 - and wrestled a couple of AEW matches last year, where they picked up losses against the Acclaimed and Jurassic Express.
As for Dalton Castle, it's not been confirmed as of yet that he's formally signed with Ring of Honor, but one has to imagine the former ROH World Champion will soon pen a deal with the promotion if he's not done so already.