Former longtime WWE ringside announcer “Good Ole’ JR” Jim Ross is in the WWE Hall of Fame but hasn’t been in the WWE since early 2014. However that may change rather soon.
Ross has an ongoing blog where he talks about his personal, traveling and involvements in wrestling life. He will comment on each wrestling show and wrestlers that participate on them with great respect while giving his heralded opinion.
On his latest blog he announced he will attend a London event, his possible return to working with the WWE, Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling’s progression and finally he addressed the issues involving Total Nonstop Action but wishes them only the best.
This is only a piece of what Jim Ross had to say on his latest blog, the rest can be found on jrsbbq.com.
“I’ll be n London for the first ever London Wrestlecon event the weekend of June 20-21. Stay tuned for much more info on that historic event presented by @PSI_Events.”
“Regarding my potential involvement with the @WWENetwork, we are in the preliminary, talking stages but I’d love to participate with them at some point in the future if schedules, etc can be addressed. I’ve been a subscriber since day one and love the network and encourage all who haven’t to give it a try. So, nothing whatsoever is etched in stone but there is dialog ongoing and we will see where it goes over the next few weeks/months. It’s all positive which is where healthy negotiations begin.”
“Excited for Jeff Jarrett as he is working like a mad man tp get ready for his inaugural TV tapings in Vegas at the Orleans this summer. There will be no shortage of talent available for @JeffJarrett to utilize. Jeff’s talent roster is going to pleasantly surprise many fans.”
“Hate to hear of the apparent payroll issues in TNA and sincerely hope that they can get past this bump in the road and continue to produce good, solid TV airing every Friday night on Destination America. I’m for all wrestling companies doing well. I like Matt Hardy’s idea of using TNA talents to sit in with Josh Mathews, now that my friend Taz has departed, on commentary as one never knows when they will discover the next, broadcasting star. Matt spoke on this today on Busted Open Radio.”