ROH announces return of HonorClub


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ROH officially announced the return of their HonorClub streaming service on Sunday morning. The company revealed that the price for the service would be $9.99 a month with the service including old hours of company content, future episodes of television, and future PPV’s. The company announced the news via press release.

December 11, 2022 – On the heels of a momentous Ring of Honor Final Battle pay-per-view from  College Park Center in Arlington, Texas, Tony Khan announced that the company’s HonorClub  streaming platform has officially relaunched, featuring more than 2,500 hours of premium  professional wrestling content dating back to 2002, with new weekly television episodes coming  soon to the platform. 

The announcement was made during an afternoon filled with title changes, 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 per month by visiting  HonorClub is accessible via the ROH app on iOS, Android, Roku and Amazon FireTV.  

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. Khan also announced plans for a weekly ROH  television show to be solidified at the top of next year. 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.

Full ROH Final Battle 2022 results

ROH ran their third PPV of the year on Saturday night. Final Battle featured two main event matches — Chris Jericho vs. Claudio Castagnoli for the World Championship and The Briscoes vs. FTR in a Dog Collar Match for the World Tag Team Championships. In both instances titles changed hands with Castagnoli defeating Jericho to become world champion and The Briscoes beating FTR to regain the tag titles for the 13th time.

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