By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
FITE TV issued the following press release to announce that the three-day ROH Re-United Tour will be available for purchase on the streaming app.
Today, FITE TV and Ring of Honor Wrestling announced that the ROH Re-United Tour will be available exclusively on the FITE TV platform through a unique sponsorship of the inaugural ROH International Cup.
The first ever ROH International Cup will be contested on the first two days of the tour starting in Edinburgh on Thursday, August 16th, Doncaster on Saturday August 18th and then the winner will get a shot at the ROH World Championship Title on Sunday August 18th in London. The three-day tour will feature many of the stars of Ring of Honor including Jay Lethal, Marty Scurll, The Young Bucks, Punishment Martinez, Tenille Dashwood, and The Briscoes, plus such international stars as Mark Haskins and Joe Hendry. Go to www.FITE.tv to order the events and to get the entire line up of matches.
The ROH Re-United Tour will be available at a price of $14.99 USD per show or $29.99 USD for the all three events, only on the FITE TV network.
FITE, the premium digital live streaming network for viewing combat sports globally, is available worldwide and its programming content features Pro Wrestling, Boxing, MMA and Kickboxing. FITE is available as a free mobile app on iOS and Android mobile devices, on the web at www.FITE.tv and on the Roku, Apple TV and Android TV boxes.
“FITE has had a long and outstanding relationship with ROH as a distributor of its programming,” said Michael Weber, FITE COO. “We are excited to sponsor this multi-day ROH International Cup Tournament.”
“ROH is looking forward to an exciting three-day series of events in the UK and in establishing the importance of the annual International Cup as we continue to expand our brand. FITE has been a great distribution partner along the way and we hope this unique opportunity is a win for everyone, especially the fans,” said Greg Gilleland, ROH’s General Manager.
Powell’s POV: That’s a nice price for fans who have not taken the HonorClub streaming service plunge yet want to see these three shows.