Jim Ross has posted his latest blog which discusses last night's developments in the Cena/Lesnar feud and more. Check out the highlights:
On week 2 of the Brock Lesnar/John Cena Feud: "Hottest start to a Monday Night Raw that I can remember in years. The show opening brawl between Brock Lesnar and John Cena was shocking and physical. These two wasted no time verbally lambasting the other and 'passed go' and went right to the smashmouth, literally, aspect of the rivalry. Lesnar has 'it' and his presence is stark/sobering. When the former WWE and UFC champion makes his way to the ring, all eyes are on him. John Cena is tough as a $2 steak. No hyperbole just fact. Cena's former coach at Springfield College told me that John was a physical, workhorse who anchored their offensive line as an All American center and was the hardest worker on the team. Cena getting a busted lip had him smiling. That was awesome. Lesnar's interview with Josh Mathews was excellent."
On young talent like Brodus Clay, Dolph Ziggler & Cody Rhodes: "At my stage of the game, I enjoy watching these young guys evolve and I have the patience to allow such to occur in a natural, organic manner. Unfortunately, younger fans want instant gratification much like they want their pizzas delivered in 30 minutes or less. I'd rather enjoy the aroma coming from the kitchen for hours before enjoying that great meal."