Legendary Wrestling Owner Hospitalized Before WWE Raw

Cary Silkin is not doing well, and we want to wish him a speedy recovery from any ailments that he maybe facing at this time. Cary is a known name to wrestling fans of ROH from 2004 to 2011. The news broke out a couple of hours ago that the Producer and Ambassador to ROH is not doing well.



According to Ringside News, PWInsider broke the news, and it’s been doing the rounds since. Cary was inducted in the ROH Hall of Fame in 2022 as part of the Legacy wing. He is currently in the hospital and the real reason behind him getting hospitalized is not known as of this writing.

Former Ring of Honor owner and Ambassador Cary Silkin was briefly hospitalized last week, PWInsider.com has confirmed. We’d like to send Silkin, who spent a lot of time and money to bring Ring of Honor to the masses and helped a LOT of talents on their path to becoming international stars, all of our best wishes.

Cary has been instrumental in the company’s success and has stayed around even when the company was sold to Sinclair Broadcast Group in 2011 and to All Elite Wrestling in March 2022. Ring of Honor (ROH) was founded by Rob Feinstein, but it was run by Cary Silkin over the years.

Silkin was notably “truly one of the great men who have been a positive force in professional wrestling over the last several decades.” We have seen so many wrestlers come through ROH who are now a major name in the wrestling world. Daniel Bryan is one name that can be noted in this regard.

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