Jim Ross has updated his Q&A section. Check out the highlights:
On how WWE has been concluding their recent PPVs: "I think that the main attractions at PPV should generally be the final chapter of a rivalry or the first installment of a rivalry when possible. Inconclusive finishes should rarely be utilized on any platform. I've been blogging about this matter a great deal. I'd suggest that you read my blogs. Thanks."
On Lord Alfred Hayes: "Always a jovial guy who loved the ladies and his wine. I never worked a territory with Alfred and only for a time in WWE. I thought he always was underrated as a broadcaster and was a good promo guy when he was wrestling."
On why Shawn Michaels vs. The Rock never happened: "Not sure why HBK vs. Rock never occurred but it would have been good without a doubt."
On wrestling movies such as Beyond The Mat and The Wrestler: "Sobering. Sad at times. Not a total look at everyone in the business but accurate for some."
You can read Jim's full Q&A by clicking here.