Tony Khan has recently shared an update on the subscriber count for ROH HonorClub, the subscription service that airs Ring of Honor’s weekly TV shows.

While speaking during an ROH media call today, AEW and ROH boss revealed that the service currently has “about 15,000 subscribers.” This is the highest number in the service’s history. The service has managed to rebuild these numbers from zero after voiding old subscriptions. This number has increased from 12,000 following AEW Revolution.

ROH HonorClub offers live and on-demand access to ROH’s events, as well as past shows and exclusive content. The service was launched in 2018 and has since undergone several changes, including a new website design and the introduction of tiered subscription options.

The recent surge in subscribers could be attributed to the promotion’s successful Supercard of Honor event, which took place on April 1st and featured several high-profile matches.


With the growing popularity of both AEW and ROH, it will be interesting to see how the subscriber count for HonorClub continues to evolve in the coming months.

What do you think is contributing to the increase in subscribers for ROH HonorClub? Leave a comment.

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