ROH is set to hold their Death Before Dishonor event on July 21st, but Mark Briscoe won’t be on the show. Sadly, 1/2 of the legendary Briscoe Brothers will miss the show.

Tony Khan recently revealed that Make Briscoe’s match at ROH Death Before Dishonor isn’t going down as planned. That left Tony Khan with an unfortunate announcement to make.

Unfortunately, due to an injury, the originally planned main event for ROH Death Before Dishonor has been canceled. It wasn’t noted what his injury is.

According to Tony Khan, Mark Briscoe has sustained an injury and is currently unable to obtain medical clearance to participate in the highly anticipated pay-per-view event, Death Before Dishonor, organized by ROH.


Due to an injury reported this week, Mark Briscoe cannot be cleared to wrestle at ROH #DeathBeforeDishonor next Friday 7/21. We all wish @SussexCoChicken the very best in his recovery.

ROH World Champion @ClaudioCSRO is on training sabbatical to prepare for the huge week ahead, with #BloodAndGuts on Wednesday at #AEWDynamite + his championship defense at Death Before Dishonor ppv next Friday. We will address Claudio’s ppv title challenger next week, following the highly anticipated Blood and Guts event on TBS. Again, everyone at

@AEW + @ringofhonor is wishing Mark Briscoe the very best in his injury recovery. Thank you all.

We will have to see what Mark Briscoe is able to do next. Of course, missing a pery-pew-view is something that nobody wants to be absent from. Hopefully, Mark Briscoe can get over whatever the problem is, so he can get back ot action.

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