Most wrestling companies in the world today have their Video on Demand streaming service; WWE has the WWE Network, New Japan Pro Wrestling has New Japan World, Progress has Demand Progress etc, and now Ring of Honor is joining in. This, like the aforementioned VOD services, will live stream all of ROH’s pay-per-view events, as well as live shows, and will come with an extensive library, featuring matches from legends like CM Punk, Samoa Joe, Kevin Steen (now Kevin Owens), Austin Aries, AJ Styles, The Young Bucks, Adam Cole, and more.
As a member of HonorClub, you will receive discounts on tickets, new merch, and will be the first to hear about ROH breaking news, and like the WWE Network, this will be available for the brilliantly cheap price of $9.99 a month, or $99.99 for the year at a discounted price (this won’t feature ROH pay-per-views for free, as you have to purchase them further). For the more dedicated Ring of Honor fans, however, you can purchase the VIP membership that will cost you $119.99 for a year, and will give you all of ROH’s Live pay-per-views for free, plus all the great features of a standard membership.
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When this launches (date yet to be announced), it will be available for viewing on your computer or tablet, as well as the ROH app on both Android and iOS, and if it can be done right, it will no doubt be a big hit, especially for those fans that can’t watch their weekly TV program.
So there you have it guys, ROH is bringing out HonorClub, and it looks to be a great way to keep in touch with one of the biggest promotions in the USA, and to look back on some of the fantastic work that’s been done in that company. So what do you think? Does it sound appealing? Like us, are you tossing up whether to get this due to how many VOD wrestling services you’re already subscribed too? Would this get you invested in ROH or make you check it out?
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