ROH HonorClub streaming service launches, new ROH web design

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The Ring of Honor “HonorClub” streaming service officially launched today. Along with the new streaming service comes an overhauled ROH website. For more details on both, visit ROHwrestling.com.

Powell’s POV: This is an exciting time for Ring of Honor. They are set up nicely for a streaming service in that they have a deep library of strong content with countless big names to go along with all of the current content they have to offer. It’s worth noting that the HonorClub launch comes just shy of the four-year milestone for WWE Network, which launched in the United States on February 24, 2014. The new ROH website looks good at first glance and I’m looking forward to diving into the HonorClub service today.


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Readers Comments (1)

  1. The price is too high for the service. And unlike WWE, HonorClub doesn’t let you watch their shows for free (it only gives you a discount).

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