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Jim Ross Reveals Role With WWE

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WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has announced via his official website that he will be calling the recently-recorded WWE United Kingdom Championship specials alongside Nigel McGuinness, and that the episodes will air exclusively on the WWE Network:

“I’m excited to announce that I will join the talented Nigel McGuinness to broadcast the recently taped, WWE matches from Norwich, England and these bouts will air on the WWE Network soon. Happy for this opportunity to call bouts involving new wrestlers, for me, and a new broadcast partner which freshens up all facets of the process. Stay tuned as to when these specials will be broadcast on the WWE Network which is still the best value in the land for only $9.99 per month.

WWE has other bookings for me as well and we will announce them when they are completely finalized. So, ‘Business is Picking Up!’ I am happy to say

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