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Ring of Honor will return the Pittsburgh area tonight with a show in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania.
As we previously reported, World Champion Jay Briscoe is set to give a public apology for his Twitter outburst earlier in the week. He will also donate his pay from this show and next week’s show in Richmond, Virginia to the Partners Against Hate organization.
Here is the list of matches scheduled:
- ROH Tag Title Main Event: Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish vs. The Briscoes.
- Kevin Steen vs. Rhett Titus.
- “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin vs. A.C.H.
- Jay Lethal vs Jimmy Jacobs in a No DQ match.
- American Wolves vs. R.D. Evans & Q.T. Marshall.
- TV champion Matt Taven vs. Tadarius Thomas in a non-title match.
- Adam Cole vs. Roderick Strong vs. B.J. Whitmer.
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As noted earlier, Jay Briscoe agreed to apologize at Saturday night's live crowd in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for making homophobic remarks on his Twitter account. Briscoe also agreed to donate his full pay from the show to Partners Against Hate, a charitable organization created to help prevent, deter and reduce juvenile hate-related behavior. Here is footage of his apology from...
ROH World Champion Jay Briscoe came to the ring before the ROH event in Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania last night and apologized for his recent homophobic Twitter remarks.
As you probably know by now, ROH World Champion Jay Briscoe tweeted yesterday that he would “f**king shoot” anyone who tried to teach his kids that gay marriage was okay, causing a firestorm of controversy. Following an initial statement this morning that simply said Briscoe’s thoughts did not reflect those of Ring of Honor’s, ROH has issued the following second statement...
Ring of Honor issued the following:
Jay Briscoe would like to again express his sincerest apologies and regrets to all, especially his young fans, for his recent hateful twitter comment. Ring of Honor has insisted that Jay also make a public apology at the Ring of Honor event this Saturday night. Jay will address the public during the event.
In addition to this apology, Ring of Honor...