Tony Khan plans on relaunching Ring of Honor's weekly TV show following April's Supercard of Honor.
During his weekly appearance on Busted Open Radio, the AEW head spoke about his plans for ROH's future. He noted that while Supercard of Honor goes head-to-head with Rampage on April 1, he is still moving ahead with the pay-per-view.
"I had not scheduled this PPV...but I really think it's important for me because they have sold tickets and made a commitment to the fans to still do the show," Khan said.
"I see it as a transitional show in many ways that I'm really excited about because it's the first show under the new management. It's also a transitional show before I will relaunch what I hope to be a really great new Ring of Honor television product, a weekly series, wherever it does air or stream."
Khan said he won't be able to bring everyone he would like from AEW to work the show, but there is a way to utilize some members of the roster at the PPV.
"There is a very cool way to use some of the great wrestlers in AEW who are going to be available and make this a great show," he explained.
Khan said he doesn't plan on his two promotions airing head-to-head on the same night in the future, however.