Ring of Honor was making plans to return to action, but that’s not happening so soon, even without fans.

ROH was going to produce empty arena shows and record television content in Baltimore. This was supposed to happen next month, but a new wave of COVID-19 cases caused a pause for those plans according to PW Insider.

Ring of Honor has put plans to produce an empty arena TV taping in the Baltimore area next month on pause due to the spiking of COVID-19 cases around the country.  There is a chance they may attempt to tape in August but nothing is anywhere close to confirmed at this moment.

The company filmed an empty arena match with Bateman vs Brody King a few weeks ago in California. They can air that match, but the Baltimore tapings are not happening as planned.


ROH has aired highligh episodes since COVID-19 caused them to run out of new content. This weekend’s show will focus on Kenny King.

The company also announced today that they have launched an immediate investigation regarding the accusations made against Marty Scurll and others as part of the #SpeakingOut movement.

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