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Still no. Last week, the wrestling world was rocked by the death of Jay Briscoe in a car accident in Delaware. Briscoe was a reigning Ring Of Honor Tag Team Champion at the time with his brother Mark as part of the Briscoes. The team is one of the most successful of their generation, but they have not been allowed to work for major promotions due to some past comments. Now those comments are causing more issues.

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On Wrestling Observer Radio, a fan asked about the possibility of Mark appearing on AEW TV following Jay’s death. Dave Meltzer said that the answer is no, though he did say that the answer could change in the future. This continues Warner Brothers Discovery’s edict that the Briscoes not be allowed to appear on AEW TV due to homophobic comments made by Jay on Twitter in June 2011.

The Briscoes were a great team. Check them out together and apart:

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Opinion: What is there to say here? Warner Brothers Discovery has decided that seemingly no matter what, the Briscoes, either together or apart, are never going to be allowed on their show. While that may be controversial due to some of the names who have appeared on the shows before, it does not seem to matte as the bosses are concerned. It would be great for Mark to show up, even in a cameo, but that doesn’t seem likely right now.

What do you think of the ruling? Will Mark ever appear on AEW TV? Let us know in the comments below.

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