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Stadium Launches a Weekly Wrestling Show


Three happy young men watching football game and keeping arms raised while sitting on sofaStadium is the cord cutting-friendly free sports network that both streams online 24/7 through services such as Twitter and Pluto TV and also airs free over the air on a growing number of stations around the United States.

Now Stadium and Ring of Honor Wrestling have teamed up for a weekly Right of Honor TV show. Every Wednesday at 11 p.m. Central “Ring of Honor Wrestling” will air on Stadium.

What will be on the new Stadium 24/7 sports channel?

  • Multiple live college football games every Saturday from multiple college football leagues including C-USA, Mountain West, Patriot League, and the Southern Conference
  • Over 2,500 college games including men’s and women’s basketball, lacrosse, volleyball, and football games
  • Replays of classic games
  • Highlights
  • Inside the League: Live, weekdays at 4 p.m. ET features comprehensive team-by-team coverage from across the NFL. Hosted by two-time Super Bowl Champion Bryant McFadden and veteran sports anchor Dave Ross, the 30-minute show brings you timely news and in-depth football analysis plus all the latest viral football content.
  • Campus Insiders: Get exclusive access, insider reports, the latest recruiting news, and unique student-athlete features from colleges across America. Hosted by Ray Crawford, a variety of guest insiders, and other Stadium commentators, this 30-minute college-focused show airs weekdays live at 4:30 p.m. ET.
  • The Rally: Stadium’s flagship, one-hour show, “The Rally,” airs live at 6 p.m., 11 p.m., and 1 a.m. ET. It showcases breaking sports news and exclusive insider information, in-progress highlights, live look-ins, the best viral videos, and expert opinions around the day’s biggest headlines.

How can you watch Stadium?

  • WatchStadium.com
  • Stadium apps in the App Store, Google Play Store, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku
  • Twitter
  • Select markets via Sinclair-owned channels, both over-the-air and on streaming services that carry its channels
  • Sling TV
  • Other partners to be announced at a later date

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  • Chris Irwin

    In spite of what the press release says, Stadium does NOT have a Roku app.

    I’ve been waiting for it to be released so I don’t have to Chromecast their coverage to my TV. I hope it comes soon!