Ring of Honor return to Las Vegas on Friday, September 28th, 2018 as the stars of ROH visit the Orleans Arena. As I mentioned in My Previous Post, This is the sixteenth consecutive Death Before Dishonor show held by ROH and the third consecutive year in Las Vegas.
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Ring of Honor returns to Pay-Per-View on September 28th with their annual Death Before Dishonor show. Death Before Dishonor has been a annual show for Ring Of Honor since 2003 and this year’s show is the sixteenth edition.
This past week Ring Of Honor toured the UK for the second time in the same year, for the first time. Earlier this year Ring Of Honor presented the Honor United Tour and due to “Tremendous response in the UK”they returned for a second tour.
Ring Of Honor was live in England and Scotland for their Honor Re-United tour With the International Cup being the back story to the whole tour. The tournament starts in Edinburgh, goes on to Doncaster for round two and the winner will face the ROH World Champion, Jay Lethal in London on night three.
Earlier today, Tenille Dashwood revealed to her social media followers why she isn’t on the current Ring Of Honor UK tour.
Ring Of Honor will return to the UK this month with three shows, All of which are available Exclusively on Fite TV.
Today at 10am EST the tickets for the G1 Supercard, put together by Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling held in the historic Madison Square Garden in New York City, went on General Sale.
By 10:30am the same day the venue had sold out.
Ring Of Honor first introduced their show “Death Before Dishonor” in July of 2003 and have run fifteen of the shows to this date, this year will be sixteen.
This will undoubtedly be one of the biggest “ROH On Tour” Shows available on Honor Club and Fite TV since they started earlier this year. One of the main matches bringing a lot of attention to this show is the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship Match between Nick Aldis (c) and Flip Gordon.
The reason this is bringing so much attention is that if Flip wins the championship he will be booked for ALL IN, the biggest independent wrestling show in America in years, possibly ever.
Flip Gordon has tried to get booked for this show since it’s inception but one of the three wrestlers putting this show on, Cody, hates Flip and won’t book him.
If Flip can win on July 20th against Nick Aldis then we would most probably see Flip Gordon Vs Cody for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship, possibly with the addition of Nick Aldis demanding on booking of ALL IN.
I will now get into all the matches announced.