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ROH Supercard of Honor brings in more than 20,000 pay-per-view buys

The impressive number doesn't include HonorClub subscribers.
FTR vs. Briscoes

Last Friday's Ring of Honor Supercard of Honor pay-per-view brought in over 20,000 buys through both streaming and traditional PPV providers.

Dave Meltzer reported the news on the post-Raw Wrestling Observer Radio.

The number does not include HonorClub, ROH's video on demand service that gives subscribers the ability to stream live events without paying additional money. The amount of subscribers, or any information on how many viewed last Friday's event, are unknown.

Meltzer considered the number "phenomenal" considering last Friday's competition as part of WrestleMania 38 weekend.

The main card started at 8 PM Eastern, head-to-head with WWE SmackDown. Its final hour also went up against AEW Rampage, owned by new ROH head Tony Khan.

Additionally, there was several streaming PPVs on Friday which included New Japan's Lonestar Shootout (6 PM Eastern), Impact's Multiverse of Matches (10 PM Eastern) and night one of GCW Joey Janela's Spring Break 6 (1 AM Eastern).

The show was the first PPV under the Khan regime and the first since last December's Final Battle. It featured a highly-anticipated bout between ROH Tag Team Champions The Briscoes vs. FTR in addition to a World title unification bout between Jonathan Gresham and Bandido. Several surprises were teased by Khan before the show which included the return of Samoa Joe and a Young Bucks run-in.

Khan said attendance for the show was over 2000.