Tony Khan Reveals Death Before Dishonor Was One Of The Biggest PPVs In ROH History

A successful event for ROH

Ring Of Honor returned for the second pay-per-view of the Tony Khan era on Saturday, July 23 and Death Before Dishonor aired from the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts. 

The show featured several major matches and it has proved to be a successful event for ROH, with Tony Khan noting on the post-Death Before Dishonor media scrum that the event will end up being one of the biggest pay-per-views in company history. 

"I know for sure that it is going to be one of the three biggest pay-per-views in the over 20-year history of Ring of Honor, even higher than Supercard of Honor, which was already one of the three biggest. Now our two that we've done are two of the four biggest of all time along with Supercard at Madison Square Garden and All In. This is also in the top four attendance and is the highest attendance ever for a Ring of Honor show that is not at WrestleMania week," Tony Khan said.

The ROH owner then later revealed that the show was close to 25,000 digital PPV buys. Death Before Dishonor was available digitally on Bleacher Report in the United States and on FITE internationally. 

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