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ROH announces 'revamping' of HonorClub

The revamped HonorClub is set to launch in early fall 2022.
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Ring of Honor's HonorClub streaming service is currently undergoing a "revamping."

ROH announced today that it is "currently revamping its HonorClub program with enhanced elements and functionality." During the revamping, new sign-ups to HonorClub won't be accepted. Current memberships will be extended "at no additional cost until the refreshed HonorClub platform is launched in early fall 2022."

The price for the revamped HonorClub will be $9.99 per month. New ROH events won't be available on HonorClub until 60 days after the shows happen.

ROH wrote:

Ring of Honor is also currently revamping its HonorClub program with enhanced elements and functionality. During this ongoing transformation, there will be a pause on accepting new memberships. Current memberships (as of July 16, 2022), will be extended at no additional cost until the refreshed HonorClub platform is launched in early fall 2022.

Fans will be able to subscribe to HonorClub for a monthly fee of $9.99. New HonorClub content will become available 60 days after the events happen live.

Sign up here to be notified of all updates and announcements related to HonorClub.

Note that any refund requests by current members will be compensated with a $10 ShopHonor/ PWTees credit for every month remaining on the subscription. For questions or additional information, please email help@rohwrestling.com.

ROH's Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view, which is taking place next Saturday (July 23) won't be available live on HonorClub. It will be carried via Bleacher Report and traditional PPV in the United States and Fite TV and PPV.com internationally.

Death Before Dishonor will be the second ROH event of the Tony Khan era. It was announced this March that Khan had purchased the promotion.