UPDATE: Jim Ross has posted another update to his blog, this one about Cena's injury on the WWE European tour:
On John Cena's injury: "WWE.com reporting that WWE Champion John Cena has sustained an injury while on the European Tour. The report states that Cena has issues with his right, Achilles tendon which can be a dicey matter. Achilles injuries can be puzzling especially if they aren't torn and don't require surgery. In other words these types of injuries can linger if one doesn't get the proper rest and allow the tendon to heal. The injury is legit as Cena has been suffering through this matter for several days even though he hasn't missed any bookings. Always said the man has the work ethic and toughness of an offensive lineman which is a good thing."
ORIGINAL: Jim Ross has posted his latest blog online. Check out the highlights:
On The Rock's in-ring future: "@TheRock says that he ‘might' have wrestled his last match. I say its not the season for ‘mights' and that a performer/athlete like Dwayne Johnson goes out on his terms and not because of a fixable injury."
On a possible appearance on Steve Austin's podcast: "I'm not planning on doing a podcast at this time but will be a guest on @steveaustinBSR podcast in the future."
On WWE PG: "Some fans still believe that a TV rating, specifically TV14, is what makes a wrestling show either good or not. Some fans continue to clamor for WWE to return to a TV14 rating but I don't see it happening. What made the Attitude Era successful was the talent roster that was dotted with main event level, hungry, competitive athletes who had no issue pushing a peer out of the way to get to the main event level and then fight like hell to stay there. I contend that great talents can make PG rated TV be ultra successful over the long haul if the presentation is smart and strategic."
On Jack Swagger: "I see @RealJackSwagger stepping up his game, especially lately, and @WWEZeb deserves much of the credit. Even a pet coon goofy blind man can see that Swagger is a great athlete but there is more to becoming a star in ring performer than just athleticism of which many of us covet. It's the intangibles such as in ring psychology that must also be in place. The veteran Zeb looks to be an excellent tutor for the former Sooner wrestling all American."
If you're interested, you can read the full blog by clicking here.