ROH Jay Briscoe Tribute Show Taped Following AEW Dynamite

ROH held a tribute show on Wednesday night to honor Jay Briscoe

Following his passing on January 17, Ring of Honor taped a tribute show to celebrate the life of Jay Briscoe after AEW Dynamite and Rampage on Wednesday night in Fresno, California. 

The show featured multiple title matches and the likes of BJ Whitmer, Eddie Kingston, Adam Cole, Jerry Lynn, and Juice Robinson appeared on the show. Tony Khan noted the tribute show will air for free on HonorClub and will be uploaded to the promotion's YouTube channel. The ROH owner also noted this would only be the first show to celebrate the life of Jay Briscoe. 

"In addition to matches filmed tonight for the first Celebration of Jay Briscoe's Life, this first tribute show will include people talking about their experiences with Jamin Pugh + classic matches from Jay Briscoe's legendary career, coming soon to ROH YouTube + free on HonorClub," Khan tweeted.

Check out full spoilers from the Celebration of Jay Briscoe's Life below, courtesy of F4W Online:

  • ROH announcers Ian Riccaboni and Caprice Coleman opened the show and talked about Jay Briscoe.
  • Wheeler Yuta (c) def. Hagane Shino - ROH Pure Championship - Jerry Lynn, Dean Malenko, and BJ Whitmer were ringside as judges. 
  • Adam Cole spoke about Jay Briscoe in a promo
  • Marina Shafir def. Mighty Myra
  • Eddie Kingston def. QT Marshall
  • Athena (c) def. Madison Rayne - ROH Women's World Championship - Athena laid out Skye Blue with a belt shot following the match.
  • Yuka Sakazaki def. Sandra Moone
  • Juice Robinson def. Brandon Cutler
  • Claudio Castagnoli (c) def. Christopher Daniels - ROH World Championship - Bryan Danielson and Claudio Castagnoli talked about Jay Briscoe following the main event. 

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