|By Christian Miller | March 01, 2013 | Comments|
Source: Deadline- In celebration of 11th Anniversary this weekend, ROHWrestling.com is offering a special DVD sale. Starting today, and ending at 9 AM EST this coming Monday, all Ring of Honor 2008, 2009 and 2010 event DVDs, along with all 10 volumes of ROH On HDNET, will be on sale for only $5. Additionally, if you're a Ringside Member you get to take an additional 15% off the sale price.
Some of the titles included on the list of nearly 40 titles are "Glory by Honor IX" which features Tyler Black vs. Roderick Strong, "Death Before Dishonor VIII" which pits Davey Richards vs. Tyler Black, "Hate: Chapter II" or "Final Battle 2010" both of which feature El Generico & Kevin Steen matches and "ROH on HDNet Vol. 6" which showcases the first ever TV Champion.
- Sinclair Broadcasting has announced that they have reached a temporary extension with DirecTV that will "allow the parties to enter into a formal agreement."
DirecTV has stated that Sinclair's 87 stations will continue to air without interruption as the two companies continue on working on a retransmission deal.
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