JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — On the heels of a momentous ROH Final Battle PPV Saturday from the College Park Center at UT Arlington, Ring of Honor’s (ROH) streaming platform has returned, according to a press release Sunday from the promotion.
During the PPV, the relaunch of the HonorClub platform became official. More than 2,500 hours of premium wrestling content are at your fingers, including the video libraries of the Silkin and Sinclair eras. It will also include all things related to ROH since Tony Khan purchased the promotion on May 4. New weekly television episodes will be coming soon to the platform as part of a television deal still pending with Warner Bros. Discovery.
Final Battle saw several title changes, as Claudio Castagnoli regained the ROH World Championship from “The Ocho” Chris Jericho, Wheeler Yuta regained the ROH Pure Championship from Daniel Garcia, and the Briscoes regained the ROH World Tag Championships from FTR. New champions were crowned as Athena defeated defending Women’s Champion Mercedes Martinez and The Embassy defeated Six-Man Tag champions Dalton Castle & The Boys.
Fans can sign up immediately for HonorClub for just $9.99 per month. The platform will also be accessible via the ROH app on iOS, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.
The relaunched platform features updated functionality, where fans will be able to enjoy thousands
of hours of Ring of Honor content including classic matches from the full ROH television archive and
hundreds of pay-per-views and special events.
Plans underway for a ROH TV show
Khan made an announcement in the Final Battle post-show media scrum that there are plans for a weekly ROH television show to be solidified at the top of next year.
ROH pay-per-view events will be available for viewing on HonorClub 90 days after they happen live, with live broadcasts still airing via Bleacher Report.
This article was previously published via the Ambush Sports Network.
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