ROH is returning to closed set shows due to COVID-19 concerns

ROH may have just held their last show with live fans for the rest of the year due to rising cases of COVID-19. reported that following Sunday’s Death Before Dishonor event, the promotion has no more live events scheduled through the end of the year due to COVID concerns.

Death Before Dishonor took place at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, which was originally slated to take place in Florida, but plans had to be changed due to the rise of cases.

The plan is for ROH to tape television episodes on a closed set in Philadelphia on Monday and Tuesday. They’ll go to Baltimore in November for another set of tapings that will also have no live fans.

The promotion will make decisions on a “week to week” basis regarding when they will start running live events again. ROH does have its Final Battle pay-per-view event planned for December in Baltimore, but it’s unclear whether fans will be able to attend.

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