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ROH’s Death Before Dishonor PPV Event Price Revealed

ROH held their Supercard Of Honor PPV last April 1st from the Curtis Culwell Center in Dallas, Texas, which is the promotion’s first-ever PPV Event under the ownership of AEW President and CEO Tony Khan. Since then, fans have been wondering when the promotion’s next PPV Event will take place and Fightful Select reported that ROH’s Death Before Dishonor PPV will be taking place on Saturday, July 23rd from the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts, with the PPV airing live on Bleacher Report and FITE TV.

It has since been revealed that the PPV will cost $39.99, with versions available in both English and Spanish, making it cheaper than the traditional AEW PPVs, but a little pricier than what ROH had been charging fans prior to the promotion being under the ownership of AEW President Tony Khan as ROH used to charge fans $34.99.

ROH’s Death Before Dishonor currently has three matches on their card and those are ROH Pure Champion Wheeler Yuta defending his ROH Pure Championship against Daniel Garcia, ROH World Television Champion Samoa Joe defending his ROH World TV Championship against Jay Lethal and ROH World Tag Team Champions FTR (Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood) putting their ROH World Tag Team Championships on the line against The Briscoes (Mark Briscoe and Jay Briscoe). ROH World Champion Jonathan Gresham will most likely put his ROH World Championship on the line at the Death Before Dishonor Event, but there’s no word yet on who he will be defending his championship against.

This will be the second PPV Event that ROH has had under the ownership of AEW’s Tony Khan, with their first-ever show taking place last April 1st during WWE WrestleMania 38 weekend headlined by Johnathan Gresham battling Bandido in a Winner Take All Match to crown the Undisputed ROH World Champion. ROH’s Death Before Dishonor later this month will be the 19th edition of the PPV, which was held every year since 2003, with the exception of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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