During the ROH Final Battle post-show media scrum, Tony Khan commented on the future of Ring of Honor, including discussing the brand’s future.
Touting the experience of Honor Club being relaunched with new content for new subscribers at a cost of $9.99 per month, there will be a home for the ROH library.
While Khan didn’t divulge a complete set of details, he did discuss a weekly show that would be coming soon including a significant partnership with New Japan Pro Wrestling.
“I’ve talked to New Japan officials about working together with Ring of Honor to build out something really unique.”
With a roster that will be Ring of Honor focused, the weekly program will focus on that core as well as integrating both AEW and New Japan Pro Wrestling talent.
Specifically noting that there would be more details coming after NJPW’s Wrestle Kingdom 17 as well as AEW’s Dynamites on January 4th and 11th 2023, Khan made sure to make one point crystal clear.
Khan said, “It’s going to be very, very cool.”
With Khan touting the continued partnership with NJPW, he noted that he was relatively certain that there would be a Forbidden Door II.
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