Ring Of Honor has announced that it will return to television production for the first time since the ongoing global health crisis kicked in, confirming a set of tapings held in Maryland, their home state, later this month.
Per the official release:-
"With the safety and health of talents, staff and production crew at the forefront, Ring of Honor Wrestling will return to producing new episodes of the “Ring of Honor Wrestling” television program this August 2020 in the home state of Maryland.
ROH will adhere to a very stringent protocol as well as the regulations set in place by the Maryland State Athletic Commission. ROH will be instituting the necessary testing and safety measures in a continued effort to prevent the spread. There will be no fans or staff who are not essential to the production present during these events."
ROH's last live event was the Gateway to Honor show held on 29 February.
Bryan Alvarez commented on the upcoming tapings during a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Live, stating that the shows produced during these tapings "will be unlike anything fans have seen in pro wrestling." What this entails, exactly, hasn't been revealed, though Alvarez claims that hardcore fans dissatisfied by the current era of wrestling should enjoy the content.
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