Mark Haskins will be on the shelf for a few weeks.
The ROH star revealed on social media that he suffered a partial tear in his calf recently and will be sidelined "for a few weeks." The good news is that it doesn't sound serious and the injury has already started to heal. Haskins will still appear at new week's ROH events in Florida but in a non-wrestling capacity. Haskins last wrestled on Jan. 26 at ROH Road to G1 Supercard - San Antonio against Marty Scurll.
Suffered a partial tear in my calf recently. It's already getting better so shouldn't be out for more than a few weeks. Still going to be in Florida next weekend @ringofhonor Got Lifeblood peeps to represent -- #Squad— HASKINS (@ThisIsHaskins) January 30, 2019
Haskins signed with ROH in December and has already made a big impact, forming Lifeblood alongside Juice Robinson, Tenille Dashwood, Bandido, Tracy Williams, and David Finlay. The group had a successful outing at ROH Road to G1 Supercard - Houston when they defeated Bully Ray, Shane Taylor, Silas Young & The Briscoes in 10-man tag team action.