Tony Khan Says HonorClub Now Has About 15,000 Subscribers

Tony Khan offers an update on HonorClub subscription numbers.

Khan, the CEO of All Elite Wrestling, acquired Ring of Honor in March 2022. The company went on hiatus following ROH Final Battle 2021, but a new era began under Khan's leadership. ROH held the Supercard of Honor, Death Before Dishonor, and Final Battle pay-per-views throughout 2022.

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Khan made it clear that he was looking for a television deal for the company's weekly show, but after Final Battle 2022, he announced that they were relaunching the HonorClub subscription-based streaming service, which would be the new home of ROH TV. ROH's TV show returned to HonorClub on March 2, and it has aired weekly ever since.

During a media call ahead of ROH Supercard of Honor 2023, Khan stated that HonorClub had about 15,000 subscribers. This number marked the highest number in ROH history. Khan also noted that the number started from scratch because they voided old subscriptions.

At the post-show press conference following AEW Revolution on March 5, Tony Khan stated that HonorClub had 12,000 subscribers.

Check out the card for the March 30 episode of ROH TV here.

Click here to see the updated lineup for ROH Supercard of Honor. Fightful will have live coverage of the show as it airs on March 31.

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