By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
Mark Haskins spoke with Brian Fritz of Sporting News and was asked about teaming with Bandido to challenge The Briscoes for the ROH Tag Titles on tonight’s ROH Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view. “It’s fun – those boys can go,” Haskins said. “They’re not afraid to turn the heat up a notch. That’s something I’m very excited about. Every once in awhile, I’m like screw it. Let’s just go out there, go balls to the wall and see what we can do. It’s something I’m super excited for. It probably, most likely, will get quite violent and that’s something we all enjoy as wrestlers and wrestling fans.”
Haskins also admitted that he didn’t know his Lifeblood faction mates before the group was put together. “I think it was literally the first day I met pretty much all of them,” he recalled. “I think I met Bandido at a show before and said hello and that was about it. When we all kind of came together, we were looking at each other like ‘OK boys, let’s see what we can do here’.” Read the full interview at SportingNews.com.
Powell’s POV: Lifeblood originally consisted of Haskins, Bandido, Juice Robinson, David Finlay, Tenille Dashwood, and Tracy Williams. Due to various reasons, the group is down to Haskins, Bandido, and Tracy Williams. Haskins spoke more about Lifeblood and signing a full-time deal with ROH. The ROH Tag Title match should be one of the highlight of tonight’s Death Before Dishonor event. Join me for live coverage as the show airs tonight on pay-per-view, HonorClub, and FITE.TV.
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