By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
Ring of Honor issued the following statement via ROHWrestling.com to announce the Death By Dishonor pay-per-view will take place on Sunday, September 12 in Lakeland, Florida.
For the first time in nearly four and a half years, Ring of Honor is holding a live pay-per-view event in Lakeland, Fla.
The best wrestlers on the planet will be in action when Death Before Dishonor comes to RP Funding Center on Sunday, Sept. 12.
History will be made that night, as ROH crowns a new women’s world champion in the Quest for Gold tournament final.
ROH is riding a wave of momentum after presenting its first live pay-per-view with fans in attendance Sunday night at Best in the World, where Bandido shocked the wrestling world by defeating RUSH for the ROH World Title.
Tickets go on sale for HonorClub members on Friday, July 16 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time, and for the general public on Friday, July 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern Time.
Tickets will be priced at $50 and $30, plus all applicable fees. During the HonorClub presale members will receive a $10 discount on each ticket purchased.
Death Before Dishonor has been a signature event in ROH since 2003 and has featured several ROH World Title changes. Moreover, the last time ROH held a pay-per-view in Lakeland — Supercard of Honor in 2017 — the show was headlined by a bout that was voted Match of the Year.
Keep it locked onto ROHWrestling.com and ROH’s social media channels for match announcements.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see the hard-hitting, in-your-face action that only ROH can deliver live and in person!
ROH PRESENTS DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR
SUNDAY, SEPT. 12
BELL TIME: 7 P.M.
DOORS OPEN: 6 P.M.
RP FUNDING CENTER
701 W LIME STREET
LAKELAND, FL 33815
Powell’s POV: This is a questionable date for ROH to run its next pay-per-view, as it is being held on the first Sunday night of the NFL regular season. The game will run opposite the Chicago Bears vs. Los Angeles Rams game on NBC. Obviously, not every pro wrestling fan is a football fan, but there’s a reason why other pro wrestling companies tend to avoid running pay-per-views on the Sunday of the NFL season.