Ring of Honor (ROH)
is an American professional-wrestling promotion, founded in 2002 by Rob Feinstein, and as of 2010 owned by Cary Silkin. ROH currently runs several wrestling shows each month throughout the midwest and on the east coast of North America. It has also held shows on the west coast, in the United Kingdom, Japan and Canada. Annual shows include the "Anniversary Show(s)", "Supercard of Honor", "Death Before Dishonor", "Glory by Honor", "Survival of the Fittest", and "Final Battle" (the last show of the calendar year).

ROH records the majority of its shows and sells them on DVD through mail order and through its online store, which has developed a fanbase for the promotion in the United States and beyond. In 2009, ROH signed a long-term television deal with HDNet, airing shows every week.[1] Ring of Honor matches also broadcast on The Fight Network in Canada (and also did so in the United Kingdom and Ireland until the channel stopped broadcasting in those markets on December 8, 2008), and on Samurai TV in Japan. On Youtube, user ROHBrazil reached a deal with HDNet to post episodes three days after each show's broadcast. Select shows also go on pay-per-view online on Go Fight Live in the United States.

Ring of Honor features in the 2008 film The Wrestler, where it promotes the final bout of the film between Randy "The Ram" Robinson (played by Mickey Rourke) and The Ayatollah (played by Ernest "The Cat" Miller). Several wrestlers, including Nigel McGuinness, Claudio Castagnoli and Bobby Dempsey appear on film during the ROH scenes. As of 2010, due to[citation needed] its national television show and presence on PPV, wrestling fans[which?] and experts[which?] regard ROH as the third most prominent professional wrestling promotion in the United States (behind WWE and TNA).