Joe Roderick from Grand Slam Sports interviewed WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross. Here are some highlights from the interview.
His first thought over learning the weather for Wrestlemania weekend: “My initial thought was to pack a jacket. That hasn’t changed. I looked at the long-term weather, and it looks like we’re going to get a break in the end. It’s going to be chilly, but it’s not going to be raining. It’s not going to be snowing. It’s going to be an adventure, which is great for fans like me. The stadium is great. [It's a] beautiful stadium. It’s going to be the home of the Superbowl next year. I’m excited about it. I think it’ll be a unique opportunity for those attending. Apparently the weather hasn’t driven anyone away because it’s sold out.”
If the wrestlers have expressed concern over the weather: “I think that they’re so engaged and wrapped up in the process that that probably won’t be discussed until Sunday. It’s game time. You go play and have fun, and entertain