Found March 02, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Jay Briscoe
It was reported earlier this week that Ring of Honor had blocked The Briscoe Brothers and Adam Cole from signing with WWE by enforcing their contracts. This was news because ROH officials had stated that they would not stop their talents from moving on to bigger opportunities. Jay Briscoe took to his Twitter account last night and wrote the following about the reports: “Just to set **** straight, ROH didnt block us from gettin signed to the WWE. The internet is f***ing stupid.”   Follow me on Twitter: my wrestling podcast "The Still Real to Us Show" every Thursday at &

Jay Briscoe Responds To WWE Rumor Reports & More

ROH star Jay Briscoe posted the following on Twitter, regarding false reports that ROH blocked he and his brother Mark from signing with WWE… Just to set **** straight, ROH didnt block us from gettin signed to the WWE. The internet is ******* stupid We reported here on the website that ROH talent were never actually offered contracts so there was nothing to block. They are under...

Jay Briscoe Comments on Rumors of ROH Blocking WWE Deal

It was reported earlier in the week that the WWE was interested in The Briscoe’s, who are currently the Ring of Honor Tag Team Champions, and have been in ROH since the beginning.  Shortly after initial reports came out of WWE’s interest in #demboys, it was then reported that Ring of Honor had blocked the WWE from negotiating contracts with 3 of their top talents. (Jay &...
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