Tony Khan announces relaunch of ROH’s HonorClub – the new home of Ring of Honor TV
During the press conference following the Ring of Honor Final Battle pay-per-view, All Elite Wrestling and Ring of Honor owner Tony Khan announced that HonorClub, a ROH streaming platform, has now officially relaunched.
Featuring more than 2,500 hours of ROH’s tape library dating all the way back to 2002, the service is active once again after going on hiatus following Sinclair Broadcasting’s sale of ROH to Khan last year.
Tony Khan also confirmed that the new weekly Ring of Honor television show will also be coming to the platform sometime in 2023. Since buying the company, Khan has been working to secure a new TV deal for ROH with many speculating that the new episodes could appear on TNT, TBS, or even YouTube – as AEW does. However, this is now seemingly not the case, at least for ROH TV.
Ring of Honor pay-per-view events will continue to air live via Bleacher Report and FITE TV, but they will become available for viewing on HonorClub 90 days after the event has aired live, as per Khan’s deal with Warner-Discovery.
The announcement was made during the media scrum after Final Battle (2022) which saw a new era of ROH began as Claudio Castagnoli regained the ROH World Championship from Chris Jericho, Athena taking the ROH Women’s World Championship from Mercedes Martinez, The Briscoes winning the ROH World Tag Team Championships back from FTR in their third matchup this year, Wheeler Yuta winning the ROH Pure Championship back from Daniel Garcia and the Gates of Agony defeating Dalton Castle & The Boys for the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championships.
Fans can sign up immediately for HonorClub for just $9.99/£9.99 per month by visiting WatchROH.com. HonorClub is accessible via the ROH app on iOS, Android, Roku and Amazon FireTV.