Amazing gesture from AEW … the fumbling org. is now selling Jay Briscoe shirts following the wrestler’s terrible death, keeping in mind that all of the tee’s sales will approach his family.
The shirts formally launched this week — simply days after Briscoe, genuine name Jamin Pugh, was eliminated in an auto accident in Delaware.
The black-and-red threads include a picture of Briscoe with a champion belt, in addition to the words “Reach for the sky.” They likewise have his name and the years of his birth and death on them.
Each tee costs $24.99 — cash the AEW, which acquired the Ring of Honor promo that Briscoe battled for last March, states will go completely “to benefit the Pugh family.”
“The Pugh family lost a husband, a father, a brother, a son,” the fumbling org. stated in a declaration Monday, “and in an effort to both honor Jay’s memory as well as support those left behind, we are offering this ‘Reach For The Sky’ t-shirt with 100% of the proceeds going to benefit the Pugh family as they cope with this tragic loss.”
As we reported, Briscoe was killed on Jan. 17 after an automobile unexpectedly diverted into his lane and hit his 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 head-on. He was simply 38 years of ages.
Briscoe’s 2 children were in the car at the time of the wreck, however, luckily, endured. The wrester’s partner requested prayers for the 2 ladies in a social networks post following the crash.
A GiveSendGo page was established for the family in the days after the mishap — and it’s currently raised $290,000. Several professional fumbling stars, consisting of Chris Jericho, were noted as donors to the fund.