ROH Wrestling ; Ring of Honor Wrestling Entertainment, LLC, known simply as Ring of Honor is an American professional wrestling promotion based in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a subsidiary of the telecommunications conglomerate Sinclair Broadcast Group. ROH was privately owned by founder Rob Feinstein until 2004..
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Ring of Honor Wrestling Entertainment, LLC, known simply as Ring of Honor (ROH), is an American professional wrestling promotion based in Baltimore, Maryland. It is a subsidiary of the Sinclair Broadcast Group (SBG) telecommunication conglomerate.
ROH was privately owned by founder Rob Feinstein until 2004. The promotion was under the ownership of Cary Silkin from 2004 to 2011, before being sold to Sinclair. ROH holds live events, television tapings, and pay-per-views primarily in the United States. Annual PPV events include Best in the World (the fifth event – held on June 22, 2014 – was also the promotion’s first live PPV broadcast), the Anniversary Show, Supercard of Honor (held during WrestleMania weekend) and, its biggest event, Final Battle.
In 2009, the promotion signed a TV deal with HDNet, which aired shows weekly until 2011. Since September 2011, the promotion’s flagship television show, Ring of Honor Wrestling, is syndicated weekly in the U.S. on Sinclair-owned, local TV stations. Reruns currently air on Sinclair-owned diginets, such as Charge! and Stadium. As of June 27, 2016, ROH weekly shows began streaming on FITE TV.
Ring of Honor has been considered a major wrestling promotion in the United States (alongside WWE, All Elite Wrestling and Impact Wrestling). By mid-2017, ROH was viewed to have surpassed Impact through its talent-sharing deals with wrestling companies based outside the U.S; expanded TV visibility through Sinclair; and the eventual establishment of its own, competing streaming service in 2018. ROH is nonetheless seen as a smaller promotion in comparison, due to WWE and AEW’s large financial backing and U.S television deals.
In April 2001, the pro wrestling video-distribution company RF Video needed a new promotion to lead its video sales when its best-seller – Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) – went out of business and WWE purchased its assets. RF Video also videotaped events held by other, less-popular, regional wrestling promotions; it sold these through its catalog and website.
After months of trying to join Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), RF Video’s owner, Rob Feinstein, decided to fill the ECW void by starting his own pro wrestling promotion, and distributing its made-for-DVD/VHS productions exclusively through RF Video. The first event, titled The Era of Honor Begins, took place on February 23, 2002, in Philadelphia, the former home area of ECW. It featured nine matches, including a match between Eddy Guerrero and Super Crazy for the IWA Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship and a triple threat match between Christopher Daniels, Bryan Danielson, and Low Ki (who would become known as the “founding fathers of ROH”).
In its first year of operation, Ring of Honor confined itself to staging live events in a limited number of venues and cities – primarily in the northeastern United States. Ten shows ran in Philadelphia, two in Wakefield, Massachusetts; one in metro Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and, one in Queens, New York. In 2003, ROH expanded to other areas of the United States, including Ohio, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Maryland. In Florida, ROH supported Full Impact Pro, which would serve as a sister promotion until 2009. It also began to build its international identity by co-promoting an event with Frontier Wrestling Alliance in London, England on May 17, 2003.
Rob Feinstein controversy
In 2004, Feinstein was caught in an internet-based sting operation, in which he allegedly tried to solicit sex on the internet from a person that he thought to be an underage boy (but was actually an adult, posing as a minor). After this was publicized by some news outlets, Feinstein resigned from ROH wrestling in March 2004.
In the aftermath of the scandal, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) ended its talent-sharing agreement with Ring of Honor, abruptly withdrawing all of its contracted wrestlers from their prior commitments to perform in ROH wrestling shows—including major ROH draws A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels, who each either held or were about to hold ROH wrestling championships. Doug Gentry eventually bought Feinstein’s stake in ROH, and later sold it to Cary Silkin.
ROH then started its own mail-order and online store operations, which sold DVDs of its live events, plus shoot interviews (dubbed The Straight Shootin’ Series) with wrestlers and managers, DVDs of SHIMMER (which would serve as a second sister promotion from 2005 to 2010) and even some merchandise from competitors, such as Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Under Silkin, ROH branched out across the world.
On January 23, 2007, ROH Wrestling announced plans for a Japanese tour, resulting in a show on July 16 in Tokyo called “Live In Tokyo”, co-promoted with Pro Wrestling Noah and a show on July 17 called “Live In Osaka” in Osaka co-promoted with Dragon Gate. Shortly before this, in March 2007, ROH had become the first U.S.-based promotion to have its titles held entirely by non-American wrestlers: the Dragon Gate team of Naruki Doi and Shingo held the ROH Wrestling World Tag Team Championship while at the same time their fellow-countryman, Pro Wrestling Noah star Takeshi Morishima, held the ROH World Championship.
On May 2, 2007, Ring of Honor announced the signing of a PPV and VOD deal with G-Funk Sports & Entertainment to bring ROH into homes with In Demand Networks, TVN, and the Dish Network. The deal called for six taped pay-per-view events to air every 60 days. Because of the move to pay-per-view, TNA Wrestling immediately pulled its contracted stars (Austin Aries, Christopher Daniels, and Homicide) from ROH shows, although TNA performers have since returned to the company. The first pay-per-view, titled “Respect is Earned”, taped on May 12, first aired on July 1 on Dish Network.
Ring of Honor continued to expand throughout 2008, debuting in Orlando, Florida on March 28 for Dragon Gate Challenge II, in Manassas, Virginia on May 9 for Southern Navigation and in Toronto, Ontario on July 25 for Northern Navigation. On May 10, 2008, Ring of Honor set an attendance record in its debut show, A New Level, from the Hammerstein Ballroom in the Manhattan Center in New York City.
It had plans for shows in St. Louis, Missouri, Nashville, Tennessee, and Montreal before the end of 2008. On October 26, 2008, the company announced the departure of head booker Gabe Sapolsky, and his replacement by Adam Pearce.
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