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Update on WBD's policy on the Briscoe's following Mark Briscoe's AEW Dynamite announcement

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It has been a week since the wrestling world tragically lost Jamin Pugh (Jay Briscoe) in a car accident on January 17.

Following Jay’s passing, AEW were reportedly unable to host a special tribute episode of Dynamite for him due to Warner Bros Discovery not wanting the Briscoes featured on the show.
Earlier today, Dave Meltzer provided an update, stating that WBD were still unwilling to allow Mark Briscoe to appear on the show.
This has since seemingly changed, as Tony Khan has announced that Mark Briscoe will be in action on tomorrow night’s AEW Dynamite against Jay Lethal.

Dave Meltzer provided a follow up on his earlier report, claiming that AEW had informed that the policy WBD had against featuring the Briscoes has changed, and he will be allowed on the show moving forward.
Futhermore, Meltzer has confirmed that the company has been cleared by WBD to honor Jay Briscoe on tomorrow night’s show, which falls on what would have been his 39th birthday.