Tony Khan Confirms ROH WILL Run Over WWE WrestleMania Weekend

ROH Supercard Of Honor 2023 will take place the night before 'The Show Of Shows'

Supercard Of Honor

AEW and ROH's Tony Khan has confirmed that Ring Of Honor will run Supercard Of Honor 2023 on March 31st, the night before WrestleMania 39, Night One.

The president of both companies announced the news during an appearance for the live crowd between the Dark: Elevation tapings and last night's live AEW Dynamite.

The promotion for the show featured ROH Champions Claudio Castagnoli, Athena and The Briscoes, and Khan also announced there'd be participation from AEW stars and "wrestlers from all around the world".

Khan had initially only honoured last year's version of the event as it had already been booked and advertised ahead of his February purchase, stating that he wouldn't typically wish to run shows during WWE's biggest weekend. It was during discussion in the Supercard 2022 post-show press scrum where it was posited to Khan that the show is something of a tradition for Ring Of Honor fans, and that's seemingly something he has elected to maintain going forward.


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