ROH/New Japan G1 Supercard Streaming Options Announced

February 22, 2019 0 By Tim Jarrell

Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling are teaming up for a huge show April 6th in Madison Square Garden.

As of right now, all we know is Jay White will defend the IWGP Heavyweight Championship against the winner of the New Japan Cup on the April 6th supershow inside the world’s most famous arena but we do know how you can watch G1 Supercard.

Tickets for G1 Supercard, the historic pro wrestling extravaganza co-promoted by Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling on April 6, sold out Madison Square Garden in New York City within minutes after going on sale to the general public. Now, fans who didn’t purchase a ticket won’t have to miss a single second of the spectacular action!

Ring of Honor Wrestling and New Japan Pro Wrestling are happy to announce that G1 Supercard will air LIVE on pay-per-view via cable and satellite, as well as on pay-per-view via FITE TV for $39.99.

In addition, G1SC will stream LIVE for HonorClub and NJPW World, and is INCLUDED with ALL subscriptions. For HonorClub members, this is a huge bonus since normally monthly subscribers would receive the PPV at a 50% discount.

There’s never been a better time to become an HonorClub member with big shows such as 17th anniversary from Las Vegas, The Road to G1 Supercard from Baltimore, and The G1 Supercard from Madison Square Garden in New York, on the horizon. Other membership benefits include a 15% discount off all merchandise in the ROH Pro Shop, priority ticket selection to upcoming shows, and access to the ROH VOD Vault and TV Archive!

The “can’t miss“ G1 Supercard begins at 7:30 p.m. Eastern on all platforms.

The word “historic” gets thrown around liberally in pro wrestling, but G1 Supercard will truly be a groundbreaking event. Fans will see all the top stars from both ROH and NJPW at G1 Supercard, and it’s expected that all the major titles from both companies will be defended.

Be a part of history on Saturday, April 6!`

This is great for anyone who is already subscribed to ROH’s Honor Cub service or New Japan Pro Wrestling’s New Japan World as you are basically getting the show at a very low price. Instead of paying the $39.99 on pay-per-view or FIT TV you will get it for less than $10.