AEW Is Coming To Virginia, The Reason Why Jay Briscoe Missed ROH Glory By Honor


According to a report from Pwinsider, Jay Briscoe didn’t appear at ROH Glory By Honor due to the company’s COVID-19 protocols. As of this writing, there are no other details known regarding the situation.

Trish Adora was the featured guest on this week’s ROH Strong podcast. You can check that out below:

“The Afro-Punk” Trish Adora talks about wanting to become the first black ROH Women’s World Champion; wanting to win the title for her mother, who is battling cancer; spending all her money to join the ROH Combine a few years ago; having to grow up fast while living in Southeast D.C.; winning the Pan-Afrikan World Diaspora Title and what it represents; training at the Team 3D Academy and with Jonathan Gresham, World Famous CB and Sumie Sakai, and much more.”

As previously reported here on eWn, the AEW fan who was seen crying during CM Punk’s AEW debut on Rampage has gotten the attention of Tommy Dreamer and others, who want to fly him out to Impact’s Bound for Glory pay-per-view event. Dreamer said,

AEW will be debuting in Norfolk, Virginia on November 17th. This will be a double taping for AEW Dynamite and Rampage. You can get tickets on August 27th at this link.

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