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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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WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted a new blog at JRSBARBQ.com. Here are some highlights:

On Cody Rhodes: "The evolution of IC Champion Cody Rhodes continues at a rapid and productive pace. Rhodes has the skills to be a top star for years to come and his WM28 bout with the Big Show increased my interest thanks to what they did Monday night."

On The Undertaker, Triple H & Shawn Michaels: "Have to be honest, I got goose bumps on all three entrances of HBK, Undertaker and HHH. The HIAC match with Taker's 'Streak' in jeopardy is something that has many talking. The emotional investment of 19 years of greatness by Undertaker at WrestleMania events has built an amazing foundation. The match provokes many more questions than answers. Obviously, where Shawn Michaels stands as the referee of record is one question of prominence"

On CM Punk & Chris Jericho: "The Punk/Jericho interaction was compelling and furthered the two, talented performer's personal issue. Let's not lose track that this is for the WWE Title which is the Promised Land for any WWE Superstar. The personal issue aspect of this pairing makes this match even more anticipated in my view. A potential show stealer without question."

On Sheamus & Daniel Bryan: "While Sheamus vs. Daniel Bryan may be overlooked by a handful of fans, I have always looked forward to their WM28 bout knowing how both athletes are wired and what WM28 means to each of them personally and professionally. I'm very proud of both men and hope that they tear the house down April 1."

On The Rock: "Only one man's opinion, but I thought that Rock's promo in front of the Rocky statue was the Great One's best verbal presentation yet in regard to the Rock vs. Cena bout at WM28. Loved the old school references along with Rock's entertaining and compelling delivery. Really memorable."

On FCW: "Do you enjoy going to Tampa and working with talents in developmental? Without question, yes. I'm excited about the future there and have a blast watching the young talents evolve. WWE has done a really nice job 'stocking the shelves' and I am anxiously awaiting the debuts on the main roster of some potential stars currently in WWE Development. I will be back in Tampa right after WM28 and I can't wait. I approach developmental as part coaching, part mentoring, and totally helping WWE build the most viable branch of the company."

Be sure to check out the full blog at http://www.JRSBARBQ.com/