Two of the biggest wrestling cities will see Ring of Honor over the next few months.
Ring of Honor has had a busy year with Honor Club launching, a North American tour, a United Kingdom tour, and recently announced an event in Philadelphia for a television taping.
The following is an excerpt from the press release at ROHWrestling.com.
Ring of Honor makes its much-anticipated return to Philadelphia with an international television taping at the historic 2300 Arena on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Tickets for ROH’s first appearance in Philadelphia since Final Battle weekend last December go on sale next Wednesday, May 30 at 10 a.m. for HonorClub members and Friday, June 1 at 10 a.m. for the general public. Tickets will be available exclusively through ROHWrestling.com.
ROH has deep roots in the City of Brotherly Love, going all the way back to the company’s very first show -- The Honor of Era Begins -- in 2002 at the Murphy Recreational Center. With a string of sellout shows both domestically and abroad, ROH is hotter than it’s ever been, and there’s no doubt that Aug. 25 in Philadelphia will be a memorable night filled with the hard-hitting, fast-paced, in your-face action that only ROH can deliver.
Bell time for the show is 6 p.m., with an exclusive meet and greet with top ROH stars prior to the start of the event.
Ring of Honor is about to set off on their Honor United tour in the United Kingdom and the promotion is returning to New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom in June. The last time Ring of Honor was in Philadelphia was the day after Dalton Castle won the World Championship from Cody Rhodes at Final Battle.