ROH Supercard of Honor was a success on pay-per-view, reportedly drawing over 20,000 buys, per Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio.
Meltzer stated that he was unsure how much over the 20,000 figure ROH was, but confirmed that this didn’t include those who watched on Honor Club, noting:
“For Ring of Honor, they did over 20,000 buys for streaming and television. I don’t know how much over but they beat 20,000, which for that show considering all the stuff that was going on that night, considering what Ring of Honor usually does, that’s a phenomenal number.”
Supercard of Honor was the first show back from the promotion’s hiatus, as well as the first ROH event under Tony Khan’s ownership.
The night was certainly eventful, with four new champions crowned, not including Jonathan Gresham, who defeated Bandido to become the undisputed ROH World Champion.
In the closing moments of the show, Samoa Joe made his ROH return, before Tony Khan confirmed he had signed with AEW.
Joe will appear on Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite.
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