Ring Of Honor is scheduled to return to pay-per-view in July, with the Death Before Dishonor named slated for Massachusetts.
If reports are to be believed, ROH may soon be returning to pay-per-view. Fightful Select have reported that the promotion is due to return on Saturday, 23 July for the nineteenth Death Before Dishonor event. Although a venue wasn’t noted, a location of Lowell, Massachusetts was reported.
The pay-per-view will mark the second under the Tony Khan banner. The AEW CEO bought the rights to Ring Of Honor earlier this year, promoting Supercard Of Honor on 1 April. The night featured the involvement of several AEW-contracted stars, as well as the return of Samoa Joe.
Ring Of Honor has promoted Death Before Dishonor annually since 2003, bar 2020. The event has seen some of the company’s biggest headline attractions, with 2006’s instalment featuring the conclusion of the interpromotional rivalry between ROH and Combat Zone Wrestling.
The latest Death Before Dishonor, held on 12 September 2021, saw Rok-C crowned the inaugural ROH Women’s World Champion. Josh Woods also claimed the ROH Pure Championship, while Alex Zayne made just his third appearance since being let go from WWE.
Ring Of Honor is still without a television deal, though Tony Khan has continued to sign talent to All Elite Wrestling with the intent of using them specifically for ROH. When, exactly, they make their return to television remains to be seen.