Jim RossJames William Ross
- Birthdate: 01/03/1952 (age 62)
- Height: 5'10"
- Weight: 250 Ib
Jim Ross is an American professional wrestling ...
On last night's RAW: "Good focus on the two, primary 'money matches' for Summer Slam Monday night on RAW. Fans can only retain and process X amount of info and the two matches that most fans perceive will drive the PPV got ample attention."
On HHH acting as special ref for the SummerSlam main event: "Adding HHH as the special referee to the John Cena vs. Daniel Bryan WWE Title bout is an intriguing 'wrinkle.' This development adds a provocative element to the already anticipated bout that is now even more unpredictable. There are several moving parts at play in this bout that I can't begin to intelligently analyze. (Make your own joke on that one.)"
On who he think will win the SummerSlam main event: "I've thought for a while that Daniel Bryan will win the WWE title at Summer Slam but now I'm not as convinced. However, I'll dance with who 'brung' me. In non Okie talk, that means that I'm sticking with my original thought...Bryan wins."
On how Vince McMahon and Randy Orton play into the main event: "Where MITB winner Randy Orton, Referee HHH, the McMahon Family, injuries, etc fit on this ride is anyone's guess. I'm curious as to all these potential scenarios that I'll get to watch live inside the Staples Center from the 2K Sports suite."
On Brock Lesnar vs. CM Punk at SummerSlam: "Thought the ending to RAW with CM Punk getting the upper hand on BROCK LESNAR (in Happy Heyman's voice) and the Meyer Lansky of the WWE himself was compelling. I Tweeted a few days ago @JRsBBQ that I felt like this bout would be the most physical, one on one match in the WWE thus far this year. I am anxious to see how this match is competed stylistically. I'm still of the belief that it could end in a submission or a stoppage. I'm a Lesnar lean on this main event bout."
On Big Show's RAW return: "How great did Big Show look Monday night? I was impressed and know how diligently that he has been training and adjusting his diet. Bravo to the big guy who, when on a recruiting visit, enjoyed a home cooked meal in our then Connecticut home, broke a dining room tile (Dang, Italian tile, anyway :)) and we closed the deal over my wife's homemade biscuits and a heaping helping of apple butter."
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