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Heartbreaking Update on Beloved ROH and AEW Star

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In a turn of events that has left fans and fellow wrestlers alike in a state of shock, beloved AEW star Mark Briscoe is expected to be absent from the wrestling scene for the rest of 2023.

The reason behind this unexpected hiatus is a severe knee injury that Briscoe sustained recently.

This unfortunate incident has led to the cancellation of the main event of ROH Death Before Dishonor, where Briscoe was slated to challenge Claudio Castagnoli for the ROH World Championship.

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The Injury and Its Impact

Briscoe’s injury was not just a minor setback. It was a serious knee injury that necessitates surgical intervention. This news was confirmed by Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful, who provided an update after speaking with sources close to Briscoe.

The severity of the injury means that Briscoe will likely be out of action for the remainder of the year unless a significant change occurs in his condition.

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The Aftermath of the Injury for AEW and ROH

The cancellation of the ROH Death Before Dishonor main event was a direct consequence of Briscoe’s injury.

The event was supposed to feature a face-off between Briscoe and Claudio Castagnoli for the ROH World Championship.

However, with Briscoe’s injury, a new challenger for Claudio is expected to be announced in the coming week.

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Looking Forward

While the news of Briscoe’s injury is undoubtedly disheartening, the wrestling community remains hopeful for his full recovery.

The focus now is on his health and ensuring he receives the best possible care. As we wait for more updates on his condition, we can only hope for a swift recovery and a triumphant return to the ring for this beloved star.

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