Ring of Honor announces overhaul of HonorClub streaming service

In an announcement issued at the moment to advertise the upcoming Death Before Dishonor occasion, Ring of Honor introduced that it’s revamping its HonorClub streaming service.

The corporate notes that there will probably be a pause on the acceptance of latest subscribers whereas the service is overhauled, with a relaunch slated for early fall 2022.

ROH additionally notes that “New HonorClub content material will develop into accessible 60 days after the occasions occur stay.”  This seemingly marks a major change from the earlier service, whereby a “VIP” tier was accessible that included all stay PPV occasions at no further cost.

Full assertion on HonorClub from the ROH press release under:

Ring of Honor can also be at present revamping its HonorClub program with enhanced components and performance. Throughout this ongoing transformation, there will probably be a pause on accepting new memberships. Present memberships (as of July 16, 2022), will probably be prolonged at no extra value till the refreshed HonorClub platform is launched in early fall 2022. 

Followers will be capable to subscribe to HonorClub for a month-to-month payment of $9.99. New HonorClub content material will develop into accessible 60 days after the occasions occur stay.

 Join here to be notified of all updates and bulletins associated to HonorClub.

Word that any refund requests by present members will probably be compensated with a $10 ShopHonor/ PWTees credit score for each month remaining on the subscription. For questions or extra data, please e-mail help@rohwrestling.com 



Based mostly in Northern Eire, former newspaper journalist and duplicate editor Neal Flanagan is a lifelong professional wrestling fan, Trekkie, and considerably of a self-confessed nerd.