Conflicting Reports On ROH Tape Library Being Available To Highest Bidder

An update on the ROH tape library.

According to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, the Ring of Honor tape library (the Sinclair-owned archive from 2012 on) is available to the highest bidder and has been available for over a year. The tape library includes the footage to All In. The Young Bucks own the trademark to All In, but ROH has the footage to the event.

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According to the report the company is asking for much more than the current market dictates.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports AEW, WWE, and IMPACT officials "all denied knowing anything about" the library being for sale.

On Wednesday, the promotion announced on Wednesday that they will no longer be running live events, with the exception of Final Battle on December 11, until April with Super Card of Honor. Not only is ROH on a live event hiatus, talent contracts will not be renewed if they are expiring at the end of the year but those still under contract will be paid through March 31.

The company is reportedly open to working with talent to find new bookings.

You can learn more about ROH not renewing contracts and halting live events by clicking here.

Fightful will continue to update fans on the story as more is known.

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