Mark Briscoe to Make AEW Debut in Honor of Brother Jay

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On Wednesday night, the wrestling world will be watching as Mark Briscoe makes his All Elite Wrestling (AEW) debut in a special fight to honour his late brother, Jay. The Briscoe Brothers, Mark and Jay, were one of the most successful tag teams in professional wrestling, having held multiple championships in Ring of Honor (ROH), New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW), and other promotions.

The brothers had been a part of the AEW roster since the promotion’s launch in 2019, but Jay tragically passed away in September 2020 due to a heart attack. In the wake of his death, Mark has been determined to continue his brother’s legacy and will be making his AEW debut in a special fight to honour Jay.

Mark has been a professional wrestler since 2002, when he and Jay began their tag team career in ROH. The brothers quickly became one of the most successful tag teams in the promotion, winning the ROH World Tag Team Championship on two occasions. They also held the IWGP Tag Team Championship in NJPW, as well as the NWA World Tag Team Championship.

In addition to his success in tag team wrestling, Mark has also had a successful singles career. He has held the ROH World Championship, the ROH World Television Championship, and the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship. He has also competed in NJPW, where he has held the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship.

Mark’s AEW debut will be a special moment for the wrestling world, as it will be a tribute to his late brother. It will also be a chance for Mark to show the world what he is capable of as a singles wrestler. He has already proven himself to be a great tag team wrestler, and now he has the opportunity to show the world what he can do on his own.

The wrestling world will be watching as Mark Briscoe makes his AEW debut on Wednesday night in a special fight to honour his late brother, Jay. It will be an emotional moment for the Briscoe family, and for the wrestling world as a whole. We wish Mark the best of luck in his AEW debut, and we hope that he will be able to continue his brother’s legacy in the ring.