Jim Ross has been hinting for the last few weeks that he would be doing a speaking tour across the United States discussing his career in the world of professional wrestling. Now that tour is official and the first two shows have been announced. Ross will be doing two on Saturday, March 1 from the the Gramercy Theater in New York City.
The show is called “RINGSIDE: An Evening...
Jim Ross frequently writes a blog on his website JRsbarbq.com discussing various pro wrestling and UFC topics. The WWE Hall of Famer brought up the topic of Hulk Hogan and why it would be best for “The Hulkster” to return to the WWE.
“I have no dog in the hunt and nor do I know any insider “dirt” but for my two cents Hulk Hogan would be better off re-signing with WWE in...
It didn’t take long for Jim Ross to start offering up some objective criticism to WWE booking. Ross recently posted a blog blasting the WWE’s booking philosophy, specifically taking the company to task for its 50/50 booking style.
If there is something I agree with more than thing with respect to TNA and Impact Wrestling, it is the hiring of Jim Ross would be the best move the company could make.
Just because Chris Jericho isn’t on WWE RAW doesn’t mean he’s not watching. The former undisputed champion has been keeping an eye on things and is not a fan of the current direction or angle with Triple H and Daniel Bryan.
Do me a favor: think back to the ‘Attitude Era.’ Make a numbered list, one to five. Next to each number, write down the names of those men who best defined that short, yet ludicrously profitable, wrestling period from late 1997 until around 2001.
Now scan back over it. Who do you have?
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin definitely makes the cut. So does Vince Mcmahon. Probably the...
If you have read my posts on here, you know about my love for wrestling and my love for the purity of the business. I know it’s hard to say that when you are describing something that is scripted and the oddest form of reality television there is, but it’s true.
WWE.com is reporting that Jim Ross has announced his retirement. After a 20 year career with the WWE, he has decided to focus more on his “personal business endeavors.” ‘Good Ol JR’ got his start in the business as a referee, working for NWA. From there, he became a play-by-play announcer for Mid-South territory, rejoined with NWA in the same role, and stayed in the company...
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In a recent interview, Jim Ross says the WWE is actively looking at players who have been cut from NFL teams to fill out the WWE roster.