Ring of Honor’s weekly television show will return on March 2 to HonorClub.
Khan has always said a weekly ROH show was a priority, but he didn’t want to jump the gun before the specifics were worked out. Now, as revealed in an interview
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, “Ring of Honor TV is coming Thursday, March 2 on HonorClub,” Khan said. “We’ll have our first tapings on Feb. 25 and 26 at Universal Studios in Orlando, and we’re going to put tickets on sale for the inaugural taping on Thursday. Those will be the first-ever tapings of the new Ring of Honor.”
Those tickets are on sale now at AEWTix.com and include a taping on Saturday, Feb. 25 and two different sessions on Sunday, Feb. 26.
“We also have the library on the HonorClub with 20 years of matches. All the Briscoes-FTR matches are available, including Final Battle from December, and those matches are going to stand the test of time in wrestling. Ring of Honor has a tremendous history. We have been able to introduce it with a further reach across the world this past year, and I’m excited to finally introduce weekly Ring of Honor shows,” said Khan.
Tony Khan bought Ring of Honor in March 2022. Under his leadership ROH has only held pay-per-view events — one edition each of Supercard of Honor, Death Before Dishonor and Final Battle.
Khan has also fearured ROH on AEW television with the ROH championships being defended and the roster having been pretty fluid for the most part. Current ROH World Champion Claudio Castagnoli, for example, is a regular on AEW TV.