Mark Briscoe Expresses Gratitude to Fans for Support in Headlining ROH Supercard of Honor

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Mark Briscoe will challenge Eddie Kingston for the ROH World Championship in the main event of ROH Supercard of Honor 2024.

The match happens on the 11th anniversary of the late Jay Briscoe winning the title.

In a recent interview with Pwinsider, Mark discussed his title clash next week in Philadelphia, PA.

You can check out some highlights from the interview below:

On challenging on the anniversary of his brother’s title win: “Amen. [I] Said it to, my wife and my friends about man, God’s booking this sh**, man. It’s crazy just how, like, hw much of it’s so much of a coincidence that it just don’t seem like a coincidence, like it’s crazy man 11 years to the day and no one could have could have predicted or planned that.”

On challenging Eddie Kingston in Philadelphia: “It’s something, you know what I mean? It couldn’t be any more ideal as far as the opponent, it’s Eddie Kingston. being a guy from the Northeast Indies and who’s well known, respected, loved in Philly. Then the city, we’re in Philly….me and my brother, we started in Wilmington, Delaware, which is pretty much a suburb of Philly, it’s the outskirts of Philly. So we pretty much started in Philly and Ring of Honor was born in Philly. Even before we started wrestling, the first show we ever went to was Summerslam in Philly and then we used to go to the ECW Arena and that’s where we really fell in love with wrestling and that was in South Philly so we have more history with Philly than any other city. That makes it really cool so you know, we have the perfect opponent, we have the perfect location and it just so happens to be 11 years to the day that my brother won the Ring of Honor World title. It just all lines up, man. It’s crazy. Like I said, God’s booking this sh**.”

On everyone who supported him over the years: “Hey, I just want to tell everybody that we love you and we appreciate you. Pro wrestling is one of the most beautiful things on Earth. Let’s use it for something that brings us all together, not that breaks us apart and makes us fight. Man, all wrestling is good. I don’t care. We talking about AEW, WWE, New Japan, CMLL, AAA. Anywhere, everywhere, man, wrestling is good. Wrestling is something that we all love. Let’s let it bring us together. Let’s quit all this dumb fighting about, Oh, this company’s better. That company’s better. Man, come on, man. Get out of here. Yes competitive. That’s good. A good competitive spirit, competitive attitude. But once y’all get, get slinging hate. Quit slinging hate, man. Quit slinging hate. It ain’t that big a damn deal. Okay, you think this guy’s better, they think that guy’s better. You think this league is better, they think that league is better. It ain’t that big a damn deal, man. Yeah, competition is cool. But, go on somewhere else with the hate. Love all y’all. Appreciate y’all. Come on the Supercard of Honor. Promise you knock down, drag out dog fight. Let’s go baby.”

Mark Briscoe, one-half of the legendary Briscoe Brothers tag team, is set to challenge Eddie Kingston for the ROH World Championship in the main event of ROH Supercard of Honor 2024. This highly anticipated match will take place on the 11th anniversary of the late Jay Briscoe winning the prestigious title.

In a recent interview with Pwinsider, Mark Briscoe opened up about his upcoming title clash and shared his thoughts on various aspects of the match. One of the most intriguing aspects is the timing of the event, which falls exactly 11 years after his brother’s historic championship victory. Mark expressed his amazement at the coincidence, stating that it feels like divine intervention rather than a mere coincidence. He believes that God is orchestrating this momentous occasion, making it even more special and meaningful.

Another significant element of this match is the location. Mark will be challenging Eddie Kingston in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a city that holds great significance for both wrestlers. Mark explained that being from the Northeast Indies, Eddie Kingston is well-known, respected, and loved in Philly. Moreover, Philadelphia holds a special place in the hearts of the Briscoe Brothers as they started their wrestling journey in Wilmington, Delaware, which is essentially a suburb of Philly. Additionally, Ring of Honor was born in Philadelphia, and the brothers have a deep connection with the city. Mark reminisced about attending their first wrestling show, Summerslam, in Philly and falling in love with wrestling at the ECW Arena in South Philly. The rich history they share with Philadelphia adds an extra layer of excitement and nostalgia to this match.

Mark also took the opportunity to express his gratitude to all those who have supported him throughout his career. He emphasized that professional wrestling is a beautiful thing that should bring people together rather than create division and animosity. Mark urged fans to appreciate all forms of wrestling, whether it be AEW, WWE, New Japan, CMLL, AAA, or any other promotion. He encouraged fans to embrace the competitive spirit of the industry but to refrain from spreading hate and negativity. Mark’s message was clear: let’s celebrate the sport we all love and let it unite us rather than tear us apart.

As the anticipation builds for ROH Supercard of Honor 2024, Mark Briscoe’s words resonate with fans and remind us of the power of wrestling to bring people together. With the perfect opponent, the perfect location, and the auspicious timing, this match promises to be a knockdown, drag-out dog fight that fans won’t want to miss. So mark your calendars and get ready for an unforgettable night of professional wrestling at its finest.