ROH (Ring of Honor) continues to have their events be canceled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States.
On Friday, the Baltimore-based promotion made a statement in which they announced all of their events in June have been canceled due to the virus. This includes Best in the World pay-per-view that was slated to take place.
This comes after ROH canceled all live events from mid-March through May. This was due to help stop the spread of the virus as a large gathering of people would’ve attended the shows.
In March, ROH 18th Anniversary and Past vs Present shows were part of the canceled shows.
ROH issued the following:
“Maintaining the commitment to making the health and safety of our fans and personnel the top priority during the COVID-19 crisis, Ring of Honor has cancelled all live events that had been scheduled for June.
The cancelled shows include live events in Dallas (June 5 at Gilley’s Dallas) and San Antonio (June 6 at The Aztec Theatre) in addition to the Best in the World pay-per-view in Baltimore (June 19 at UMBC Event Center).
Ticket-holders for the Dallas event will receive a refund via the credit card they made the purchase with. Anyone who purchased a ticket to the San Antonio or Baltimore events through Ticketmaster with a credit card will receive an automatic refund. Those who purchased a ticket with cash directly from the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio or UMBC Event Center box office in Baltimore will need to contact the venues about a refund.
Ring of Honor appreciates your understanding through these difficult times as everyone does their part in helping stop the spread of the virus. ROH will continue to provide timely updates related to live touring plans going forward.
The entire ROH staff, talent and partners remain committed to providing daily and weekly content on all platforms. Please stay tuned to all ROH digital channels and ROHWrestling.com to keep up with the “Best Professional Wrestling on the Planet.”