Report: ROH Has No More Live Events Scheduled Through 2021 Due To COVID

ROH is reportedly taking a break from live events.

According to Mike Johnson at PWInsider, ROH has no more live events scheduled through the end of the year due to COVID concerns. ROH held its Death Before Dishonor event on Sunday at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, which is the last scheduled live event for the company.

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The event was moved from Florida to Philadelphia due to the rising COVID numbers.

The company will tape upcoming television episodes on a closed set in Philadelphia on Monday and Tuesday and are set to tape another round of television in Baltimore in November.

Decisions will be made on a "week to week" basis as to when the promotion will start running live events again.

It is unknown if Final Battle, which is scheduled for December in Baltimore, will be held in front of fans.

In other news coming out of the pay-per-view, Chris Hero was once again backstage working as a producer. It was announced on the show that Jake Atlas, Alex Zayne, and Taylor Rust will be part of upcoming TV tapings.

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