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Jim Ross Talks Vince McMahon Helping Him When His Wife Passed

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Jim Ross recently spoke candidly on his podcast about his friendship with Vince McMahon and how McMahon helped him when his wife passed away in 2017:

Jim Ross on being friends with Vince McMahon:

“Well, look. Vince has overachieved his entire life in a big, big way. I got to know him very well. I still have great respect for him. He knows in his heart that if he needed me for anything that strong, that serious, as a personal favor, or just as his friend, that I would be there. No doubt. And the same goes for me. I know that in my personal life, if something occurred that I needed to reach out to him, I know he would respond quickly and positively. So I always believe that he has a very good heart in that respect.”

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Jim Ross on McMahon helping him when his wife died:


“Can’t tell you all the things he did and said, offered when Jan got killed. That means a lot to me, folks. It’s more than getting pissed off at somebody because they have a three-hour Raw and it shouldn’t be in your view.”

Jim Ross on what McMahon is like as a person:


“I think he’s a workaholic. I think he’s obsessed with the company he’s built. I think he wouldn’t say it, but there’s nothing really more important or — more prominent. More important may be the wrong word. But more prominent, it seems to me like, than WWE in his life. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. But I think it’s a thing that is there. He’s hard-headed. We’ve had some of the most amazing conversations when we were by ourselves than I’ve ever had with any other human being in my life. So it’s just the fact that I figured out how to communicate with him, and he [with] me. And we always did better, the two of us.”

 (h/t – 411mania.com)

 

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