This past Saturday’s Ring of Honor’s Death Before Dishonor 2022 event reportedly generated around 36,000 pay-per-view buys, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Dave Meltzer reported that his sources stated that the event is currently estimated to have generated around 36,100 PPV buys with the breakdown being 27,000 from streaming purchases and 9,100 purchases from traditional cable PPV providers.
In terms of comparisons, Meltzer reported that ROH’s Supercard of Honor 2022 from this past April generated around 15,500 streaming buys and 3,700 cable PPV buys. Meltzer reported that cable PPV buys were up 132% and satellite PPV buys were up 178% compared to Supercard of Honor 2022.
Meltzer also reported that ROH’s Death Before Dishonor 2022 also had more crossover buys from people who purchased AEW events than Supercard of Honor 2022 did. Around 38.5% of those who purchased Supercard of Honor 2022 also had purchased AEW’s prior event, Revolution 2022, while 67.4% of those who had purchased Death Before Dishonor 2022 had also purchased AEW and NJPW’s Forbidden door event and 68.2% had also purchased AEW’s Double or Nothing 2022 event. The breakdowns for cross buyers reportedly was around 7,400 for Supercard of Honor 2022 and around 24,300 (Forbidden Door) and 24,600 (DoN 2022) for Death Before Dishonor 2022.