LAKELAND, Fla. — Details are emerging surrounding the September 12 Death Before Dishonor show from Ring Of Honor (ROH) Wrestling. These details are laid out in a press release Friday.
The show, which will be at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland, Fla., has already opened pre-sale purchases for Honor Club members. The Honor Club pre-sale is for members wishing to attend the pay-per-view event. The pre-sale began Friday at 10 a.m. Eastern. Honor Club members receive a $10 discount on their tickets.
Promoters are riding a wave of momentum following last Sunday’s Best in the World PPV, which had full attendance. At that event, Bandido upset RUSH to win the ROH World Championship.
History will occur during this show, as the promotion crowns a new women’s world champion. The winner of the Quest for Gold tournament will become ROH World Women’s Champion.
Death Before Dishonor has been a signature ROH event since 2003, which has featured several title changes. This would mark the second event in five years to be in Lakeland, following Supercard of Honor in 2017. At this event, the headlining match would earn Match of the Year honors.
Ticket sales will be open to the general public on July 23 at 10 a.m. Eastern. Tickets are priced at $50 and $30 plus applicable fees.
More information on the full card for Death Before Dishonor will be available as we’re alerted to developments.
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