ROH cancels live events through June, including the Best in the World pay-per-view

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Ring of Honor issued the following press release to announce the cancellation of its live events through June.

Maintaining the commitment to making the health and safety of our fans and personnel the top priority during the COVID-19 crisis, Ring of Honor has cancelled all live events that had been scheduled for June.

The cancelled shows include live events in Dallas (June 5 at Gilley’s Dallas) and San Antonio (June 6 at The Aztec Theatre) in addition to the Best in the World pay-per-view in Baltimore (June 19 at UMBC Event Center).

Ticket-holders for the Dallas event will receive a refund via the credit card they made the purchase with. Anyone who purchased a ticket to the San Antonio or Baltimore events through Ticketmaster with a credit card will receive an automatic refund. Those who purchased a ticket with cash directly from the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio or UMBC Event Center box office in Baltimore will need to contact the venues about a refund.

Ring of Honor appreciates your understanding through these difficult times as everyone does their part in helping stop the spread of the virus. ROH will continue to provide timely updates related to live touring plans going forward.

The entire ROH staff, talent and partners remain committed to providing daily and weekly content on all platforms. Please stay tuned to all ROH digital channels and ROHWrestling.com to keep up with the “Best Professional Wrestling on the Planet.”

Here’s how you can stay up-to-date and continue enjoying ROH with the entire Honor Nation:

* #WatchROH television every week on your local Sinclair Broadcast Group-owned station, Regional Sports Network, Fite TV, ROH App, or ROHWrestling.com. ROH will continue to release new episodes of ROH television featuring historic matches and footage that has never been seen before!

* Subscribe to the ROH YouTube channel as it continues to be updated with more exclusive content.

* Follow ROH on social media:

— TW: @ringofhonor

— IG: @ringofhonor

— FB: Ringofhonor

* Visit ROHWestling.com for news, polls, merchandise and other updates.

* Engage with all of your favorite stars on social media! ​Click HERE for our Directory​!

* Listen to the new ROHStrong Podcast, available on most podcast platforms.

Please contact help@rohwrestling.com for all of your ROH and ROH HonorClub questions.

Keep safe and stay #ROHStrong!

Powell’s POV: This is a logical step by the company, which first cancelled its 18th Anniversary pay-per-view and Past vs. Present shows that were scheduled for March 13-14 in Las Vegas.



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Readers Comments (1)

  1. well done to Ring of Honor. I consider the company a priority to spend money on and will be subscribing to the honor club. New Japan to. I have to say i am not impressed with WWE or AEW approach all.
    Impact can you stop to please i liked how supportive you were of Eddie Edwards for not going but please dont do any more of these episodes when the tapings finish. You have arguably the best archive of non-wwe wrestling do an interview and repeats show. Be shameless and put kurt angle and Jeff Hardy matches on it if you want. I ask everyone to focus there wrestling spending away from WWE for the next twelve months at least

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