WWE Hall of Famer, Jim Ross’ latest blog was posted on Monday at www.jrsbarbq.com. Here are the highlights:
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Ross enjoyed the ROH Global Wars PPV Sunday night. He said it was one of the most unique PPV’s he's watched on TV as it relates to fan reaction throughout the broadcast. He suggests ROH add one more camera and mic the crowd better if budget allows.
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Ross addresses the talents that were released from WWE and says it's not unusual and should, arguably, happen more often. He says one has to keep their head up looking for the next opportunity and not go the “poor me” route.
Jim sends well wishes to his dear friend Bobby Heenan who was hospitalized after taking a bad fall last week. Heenan is back home in the Tampa area recovering. Ross considers The Brain the best all around talent that he's ever worked with in his forty plus year career.
JR enjoyed the debut broadcast of Camp WWE. He loves the animated concept and the TV-MA concept.
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Ross says the Extreme Rules PPV is one of the more challenging events WWE reproduces annually because it's hard to maintain a PG product in an extreme rules format.
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He's hopeful to finalize the venue for his RINGSIDE Shows in Orlando next year during WrestleMania 33.
JR plugs the FITE TV app, saying it worked amazingly well for him Sunday night for the ROH PPV.
As always Ross goes into more detail in his blog. For those interested, he goes into a deeper dive on the ROH PPV from Sunday night, including the Chicago crowd and the individual matches.
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