Police launched findings from the Delaware automotive crash that killed Ring of Honor wrestler Jamin Pugh, higher recognized via his level identify Jay Briscoe.
Briscoe used to be one in all two other folks who perished in the crash — the wrestler had his 12 — and nine-year-old daughters with him.
The 2 cars had been each Chevrolet Silverado pick-up vehicles, with the opposite motive force crossing the middle lane, which led to a head-on collision in a while after 5 p.m. ET.
Out of the 4 other folks in every of the automobiles, the wrestler used to be the one one no longer dressed in a seat belt — his two daughters had been despatched to a neighborhood medical institution by means of ambulance the place they continue to be in essential situation.
Alcohol involvement within the crash is unknown, police added.
Briscoe joined ROH in 2002, and used to be one-half of the promotion’s Global Tag Staff Champion in conjunction with his brother Mark Briscoe (actual identify Mark Pugh). It used to be the brothers’ thirteenth reign as tag-team champs.
He additionally used to be a two-time solo champion with ROH and a six-man tag-team champion.
A lot of professional wrestlers and the ones within the business despatched their condolences on social media.
Even though he by no means seemed in the WWE, his prowess in professional wrestling used to be felt via the enthusiasts, those that labored with him and those that watched him from afar.
Professional Wrestling Illustrated ranked Briscoe 7th in its most sensible 500 wrestlers of 2015, and used to be inducted into ROH’s Corridor of Popularity ultimate yr.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this file.