Mark Briscoe Praises Tony Khan’s Era Of ROH, NJPW’s Chase Owens Injured

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In a recent interview with MuscleManMalcolm, Mark Briscoe lavished praise on the ‘Tony Khan era’ of Ring Of Honor, stating that the company is in the most exciting phase yet. He said,

Ring of Honor is one of the most resilient entities on the planet. Started out in 2002 in the Murphy Rec Center in Philadelphia, and that was the original iteration of Ring of Honor. From there, Sinclair broadcasting ended up buying it, and that was the previous iteration. Now, we’re in the Tony Khan era. This is the most exciting era yet because of the potential we have, with the eyes on the product. The machine behind Ring of Honor. We have a hell of a machine behind Ring of Honor. The machine behind Ring of Honor right now has more horsepower than any machine that’s ever been behind Ring of Honor. The current iteration, the current Tony Khan regime, is nothing but [thumbs up].”


NJPW talent Chase Owens last competed at NJPW Collision in Philadelphia where he teamed with KENTA in a losing effort against Hiromu Takahashi & Tetsuya Naito.

Owens later wrestled on May 21, this time losing to Kaun for RCW.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter is reporting that Owens is now sidelined due to a knee injury. It’s unknown how serious the injury is or when he’ll return to action.

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