ROH Death Before Dishonor press release, HonorClub status update

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

The following press release was issued on Saturday regarding the ROH Death Before Dishonor event and the status of the HonorClub streaming service.

July 16, 2022 – Ring of Honor will storm into Lowell, Mass., with one of the hottest pay-per-view  events, ROH: Death Before Dishonor. Featuring world-class talent in electrifying championship bouts, Death Before Dishonor will stream live from the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell on Saturday, July 23, at 8 p.m. ET in the U.S. on Bleacher Report and all major cable/satellite TV providers for $39.99. International fans can access the event via FITE and PPV.com.  

Fans can pre-order the event on Bleacher Report here. Tickets to the live event can be  purchased here, and at the box office at the Tsongas Center. Tickets start at $29, plus fees. 

The current matchups for Death Before Dishonor include: 

  • ROH World Championship Match: Jonathan Gresham vs. Claudio Castagnoli
  •  ROH World TV Championship Match: Samoa Joe vs. Jay Lethal 
  • ROH Pure Championship Match: Wheeler Yuta vs. Daniel Garcia 
  • ROH World Tag Team Championship Match: FTR vs. The Briscoes * 2 out of 3 falls * 
  • ROH Women’s World Championship Match: Mercedes Martinez vs. Serena Deeb 

Additional matches will be announced in the days leading up to next Saturday.  

HonorClub Transformation 

Ring of Honor is also currently revamping its HonorClub program with enhanced elements and  functionality. During this ongoing transformation, there will be a pause on accepting new memberships. Current memberships (as of July 16, 2022), will be extended at no additional cost  until the refreshed HonorClub platform is launched in early fall 2022.  

Fans will be able to subscribe to HonorClub for a monthly fee of $9.99. New HonorClub content will become available 60 days after the events happen live.  

Sign up here to be notified of all updates and announcements related to HonorClub.  

Note that any refund requests by current members will be compensated with a $10 ShopHonor/ PWTees credit for every month remaining on the subscription. For questions or additional information, please email help@rohwrestling.com.

About RING OF HONOR 

Ring of Honor (ROH) is a professional wrestling promotion recently acquired by Tony Khan, CEO  of AEW, Chief Football Strategy Officer of the Jacksonville Jaguars and GM/Sporting Director of  Fulham F.C. The acquisition, which was completed through an entity that is wholly-owned by Tony Khan, included ROH’s extensive video library dating back to 2002, brand assets, intellectual  property, production equipment and more.  

With more than 20 years of rich wrestling history, ROH has launched the careers of numerous AEW stars, including CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Hangman Page, Dr. Britt Baker, Adam Cole, Samoa Joe, among others. Additional members of the AEW roster have made their mark in ROH,  including the late Brodie Lee, The Young Bucks, Kenny Omega, ReDragon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly), Best Friends (Chuck Taylor and Trent? Beretta), Jay Lethal, Christopher Daniels, Matt  Sydal, Mercedes Martinez, Serena Deeb, Frankie Kazarian, Scorpio Sky, Keith Lee, Eddie Kingston, Evil Uno, Stu Grayson, QT Marshall, Danhausen, Lance Archer, Griff Garrison, Thunder Rosa, Wheeler Yuta, Luchasaurus, Orange Cassidy, Ethan Page, Austin Gunn, PAC, Kip Sabian, Jon  Moxley, John Silver, Alex Reynolds, Jerry Lynn, BJ Whitmer and Sonjay Dutt. 

ROH currently features numerous championships, including the ROH World Championship, ROH  World Television Championship, ROH Pure Championship, ROH World Tag Team Championship  and ROH Women’s World Championship. Tony Khan’s purchase of ROH signifies a new chapter  in the future of professional wrestling as AEW’s meteoric rise continues to draw the youngest skewing wrestling audience on television. 

For more info, check out rohwrestling.com; facebook.com/ringofhonor; twitter.com/ringofhonor; instagram.com/ringofhonor; https://www.youtube.com/ringofhonor

Powell’s POV: The refund approach is disappointing in that, given the circumstances, HonorClub subscribers who want to opt out should have the option of having their money refunded rather than only being able to use it on merchandise. With that said, join me for live coverage of the ROH Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view next Saturday night. I will host a same night audio review for Dot Net Members (including our Patreon patrons).

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