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Jim Ross
James William Ross
  • Birthdate: 01/03/1952 (age 62)
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 250 Ib

Jim Ross is an American professional wrestling ...

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Jim Ross posted a new blog entry today, here are the highlights…

On Last Night's TNA iMPACT!: Enjoyed the @ImpactWrestling overall show Wednesday night especially the matches featuring Samoa Joe and Low Ki along with Gail Kim vs. Angelina Love. Also, I'm pleased that @SpikeTV extended Impact Wrestling until the end of this year and I;m hopeful that something can be worked out between the two. It would certainly help if all fans who can would watch Impact Wrestling on Wednesday nights so that it would give Spike more of a reason to continue to do business with Impact or encourage another USA cable TV entity to carry Impact. If one is truly a fan of the business then watching all of it that is feasible and being supportive of all organizations from WWE to the indies is a good thing.

On Vince Russo and Paranoia in Wrestling: Been reading a little about Vince Russo coming on my podcast upsetting Impact honchos which, if true, is lame. Russo never knocked Impact on my podcast nor did we ever really address the brand in any detail. If it was that big a deal to Impact officials all they had to do was call me and I assure you that they have my number and I would have worked with them. The Russo podcast on the Ross Report will air on Sept 9 and you can be the judge.

Pro wrestling has long been wrought with paranoia and trust issues with talent and within management which goes back to 1974 for me, in particular. Most wrestlers, athletes, entertainers, etc are insecure by nature and even more so today with fewer places that they can go and earn a decent living. Add to that the abnormally short 'shelf life' for one in that field of endeavor and uncertainties become blown out of proportion unnecessarily. That's another of many reasons why I have zero interest in getting back into the pro wrestling business full time even though I still love it today and will always be a fan. I can't turn off my passion for the genre that I've embraced since I was an 8 or 10 year old kid but re-entering that world is something that I never consider. I love my life in a non political, non sycophant world.

One untimely worded Tweet or entry here on a blog can divide the best of friendships plus one finds out who true friends are by how often each other communicates when one side of the equation leaves the biz.