Tony Khan

The No. Of Subscribers To The ROH Streaming Service As Of Today Is Revealed By Tony Khan

Last week, the weekly Ring of Honor television programme made a triumphant comeback to the Honor Club streaming service. Following that relaunch, Tony Khan, the owner of ROH, disclosed the number of fans that have video subscriptions. “And for Ring of Honor, a great positive business week,” Khan remarked in the AEW Revolution 2023 post-show media scrum.

I can say that as of right now, following the premiere of the television programme, which received overwhelmingly positive reviews and received a tonne of positive comments, Honor Club has 12,000 streaming subscribers. Khan is aware that the 12,000 figure is “as good as Honor Club has ever gotten” and exceeds the audience for the G1 Supercard, which was broadcast from Madison Square Garden in April 2019 and was co-hosted by New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

The 40-year-old feels that ROH has “got the business there” as seen by the recent engagement for the debut episode of the new weekly series. Khan also mentioned that All Elite Wrestling wrestlers would have opportunities to appear on ROH TV as a result of the show’s popularity. Khan disclosed that in March 2022, he had bought ROH. He revealed that he had been a longtime supporter of the business on “AEW Dynamite” before making the news.

Supercard of Honor 2023

In accordance with the company’s news release, Khan has acquired ROH’s entire video library as well as its brand assets, production equipment, and intellectual property. Supercard of Honor 2023, the next significant competition in the promotion, will take place on March 31 at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California.

Paul Levesque claimed last year that there was never a conflict on Wednesday nights between “WWE NXT” and “AEW Dynamite.” Tony Khan, the president of AEW, appears to disagree with WWE’s chief content officer because he sees a general conflict between the two businesses.

Khan spoke about the reports of suspected contract interference by WWE in an interview with “The Dan Le Batard Show,” which purportedly led to AEW’s legal division sending Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan a warning email. The AEW manager acknowledged that some AEW performers had told him that they had gotten in touch with the rival campaign.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.