Bobby Fish On The Briscoes’ Impact On His Career, Jay’s Untimely Death


Bobby Fish recently appeared on the Going Broadway podcast to discuss The Briscoe Brothers’ influence on him as a wrestler and praised how the Pugh family has handled Jay Briscoe’s untimely passing.

Jay died in a car accident in Laurel, Delaware on January 17, 2023, at the age of 38.


You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On the Briscoes’ impact on him: “There’s nothing I can say that hasn’t already been said. Obviously, I’m not gonna belabor the point about how talented they were from a wrestling standpoint. They were certainly huge parts of helping to make Kyle and I legitimate. To win the tag titles from them … they were more Ring of Honor than the name ‘Ring of Honor,’ y’know? They are synonymous there, the quintessential Ring of Honor guys.”

On the family’s handling of the situation: “Going to the services for Jay and even seeing the way Mark has handled himself since the tragedy, watching the faith and watching that family walk out their faith — it’s one thing to talk about it, but they truly are it… There’s no questioning with them. And I saw it with Papa Briscoe, and their mother, and Mark, it’s still, to this day, any glimpse I see of them … they know. They know Jay’s in a better place, and it’s inspiring to see that sort of faith. So I think we all, even as believers, faith is a slippery slope.”

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