It’s something. One of the more interesting wrestling stories of the year has been the roller coaster that is Ring Of Honor. After being shut down for several months to start the year, the promotion was purchased by AEW owner Tony Khan and somewhat relaunched on AEW television. However, Ring Of Honor did not have any kind of distribution of its own. Now things have changed in a big way.
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During this weekend’s post Final Battle media scrum, Khan announced that Ring Of Honor will have its weekly television show on the HonorClub streaming service, which relaunched earlier this week. The service costs $9.99 a month and includes all of the Ring Of Honor video library. There is no specific date on when the show will launch, but Khan said an announcement was coming after the Los Angeles and Seattle shows. Khan also said that there will be less of a focus on Ring Of Honor on AEW programming.
There is some great stuff on there. Check out some recent Ring Of Honor action:
Opinion: Well, they are getting something, but asking fans to pay $10 a month to watch television is a bit hard to fathom. This is better than nothing and I’m glad to see Ring Of Honor getting away from AEW TV, but being on your own distribution service and asking fans to pay for it might not be the best look. For now though, it is better than nothing, but hopefully something else comes along.
What do you think of the idea? What do you want to see on the show? Let us know in the comments below.
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