Tony Khan Thinks ROH Death Before Dishonor Exceeded Bleacher Report's Expectations

As Tony Khan continues to look for an ROH TV deal

Ring Of Honor are still looking to secure a TV deal since Tony Khan purchased the promotion but the 39-year-old remains optimistic, telling TV Insider that the organisation's recent Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view exceeded Bleacher Report's expectations. 

"It was the first time Warner Bros. Discovery worked with Ring Of Honor because Bleacher Report carried the pay-per-view. It did some of the best numbers in the history of Ring Of Honor. For Bleacher Report, I think it exceeded their expectations. They've seen there is interest in Ring Of Honor, so that's very exciting," Khan said.

"They were the media partner that helped launch AEW into the world. If there ever were to be a weekly Ring Of Honor show, I'd love to have them be involved in it. Hopefully, that is something that will happen someday. Only with their blessing, I think it would make a lot of sense. Now we've seen Ring Of Honor is very viable on pay-per-view. They are going to have a very strong future in the world of wrestling going forward."

Bleacher Report carried Death Before Dishonor in the United States, while the show was available internationally through FITE. The show was one of the biggest in ROH history, drawing 36,100 buys. 

When ROH's next show will take place has yet to be revealed. 

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