Ring Of Honor is promising a number of changes to fans this year, beginning tonight with their Free Enterprise event in Baltimore, MD.
Prior to the event, ROH COO Joe Koff thanked everyone for their support of Ring Of Honor, and vowed to make “biggest steps forward ever” in 2020.
Koff stated the company will be bolstering their infrastructure, investing in talent, as well as fan experience via live events and programming.
here's the open of Free Enterprise, with the mention of the ROH adding their full back catalog. As noted in the replies, ROH has stated this goal prior and hasn't gotten there.
(audio sync is off, you'll have to live with it) pic.twitter.com/Iu1RvoxvTP
— luchablog (@luchablog) February 9, 2020
The company also plans on adding the entire Ring Of Honor catalog to their Honor Club service. Koff reiterated that Honor Club is “more than a network”, and plans to add more features to the service, making it the “best subscription service in professional wrestling”.
Ring Of Honor launched Honor Club in February 2018. The service allows viewers to watch exclusive live events, as well as receive discounts of ROH pay-per-view events.