Ring of Honor owner Tony Khan is confident that he will soon be sharing “great news” about the future of the 20-year old promotion.
Khan purchased ROH earlier this year, and made a rare appearance on AEW Dynamite in March to confirm the news.
Sitting down with Sports Illustrated, Khan outlined his plans for the promotion. He said,
“We’ll have great news soon about Ring of Honor weekly shows. The success of Death Before Dishonor on pay-per-view has ensured there will be more Ring of Honor pay-per-views.
“Our goal is to have one more great pay-per-view for Ring of Honor in 2022 and then follow that up with a weekly show in 2023.”
Since purchasing the promotion, ROH has hosted two events, Supercard of Honor XV in April and Death Before Dishonor in July.
Ring of Honor’s World, Television and Pure Championships are currently held by AEW-contracted talent: Chris Jericho, Samoa Joe and Daniel Garcia, respectively.
The World Tag Team Titles are held by AEW’s FTR while the Women’s World Champion is held by Mercedes Martinez.