The home for Ring of Honor’s (ROH) weekly television show will be on the company’s own streaming service.
Ever since Tony Khan purchased Ring of Honor in March 2022, there have been rumors about where the AEW Owner would be able to host ROH’s weekly TV show assuming that the company wanted to even do that.
Following the ROH Final Battle pay-per-view event on Saturday, Tony Khan provided some clarity about the situation while noting that ROH’s weekly television show will hair on the Honor Club streaming service on the ROH website.
The Final Battle PPV will be available after a 90-day cycle on the Honor Club in mid-March. The cost of the ROH Honor Club is $9.99 a month. Meanwhile, pay-per-views will remain on Bleacher Report and other outlets. Khan explained the process of the ROH streaming service.
“When I acquired Ring of Honor from Sinclair Broadcasting earlier this year, they had actually done a lot of development work and were really far along with a new Honor Club.”
“We’ve paid the development cost since then and it is now functional. So now if you go, it has a big library of Ring of Honor content, including the two PPVs we’ve done this year and my plan is to keep the PPVs out 90 days.”
“So 90 days from now in mid-March you can get this PPV on there. But it is operational and it is $9.99.”
As Tony Khan continued, he spoke about how the weekly show will be on the ROH Honor Club and how New Japan Pro Wrestling will be involved as well.
“The TV is going to live there. There is going to be big participation from New Japan Pro Wrestling I feel pretty confident I can say, based on our relationship, and they want to be involved.”
“You saw tonight some great wrestlers from NJPW, and also some of our wrestlers have been going there.”
“So the TV on Honor Club, I’ll announce when it is going to start, but I think it makes a lot of sense for us given that I want New Japan to be focused on it and involved.”
It was not mentioned if the weekly ROH TV show will be live or if they will tape in advance like they do for AEW YouTube shows like AEW Dark and Dark Elevation.
Ring of HOnor also tweeted this video about it featuring the ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli:
— ROH – Ring of Honor Wrestling (@ringofhonor) December 11, 2022