Glory By Honor is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event promoted by Ring of Honor (ROH). There have been 11 events in the Glory by Honor chronology, some of which occurred over two nights. The event was created in 2002 to be their premier event of the year, similar to World Wrestling Entertainment's WrestleMania and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling's Bound for Glory.
Since its inception in 2002, all events have been held on the east coast in United States. It has been held in three different U.S. states, where every event has been held in an indoor arena, except for Glory By Honor V, Night 1, which was held under a tent outside of the original venue. The show itself was threatened due to a problem with permits. Each event featured wrestlers from ROH competing in various professional wrestling match types. Since the inaugural event, six championship matches have taken place in the main event.
Glory By Honor features professional wrestling matches that involved different wrestlers from existing, scripted feuds and storylines with wrestlers portrayed as villains or heroes, or more ambiguous characters in scripted contests that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match on the pay per view.
On 2010, Ring of Honor's official website announced that ROH would have their next online pay per view event in New York, being the first time the Glory By Honor lineage would be featured in such a capacity. This is the fourth pay per view ROH had featured online.