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  • Jim Ross Interviews Major TNA Name Tonight, Blogs on Daniel Bryan’s Health, WWE Curb Stomp Ban, Kane’s Legacy & More

    Posted on April 22nd, 2015 Mike Killam No comments

    Jim Ross Blog

    Jim Ross

    Jim Ross will interview 2-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion and 7-time tag team champion Bobby Roode on the new edition of The Ross Report that airs tonight at 9PM ET. You can listen to the show through iTunes and at jrsbarbq.com.

    JR also ran down the latest episode of Monday Night Raw on his blog.

    “Thought the irate and angry Kane persona was a plus. Not sure, other than Undertaker, that any WWE talent has ever had a more distinguished career than Glen Jacobs aka Kane. His character and integrity are beyond reproach and he should be what every talent in NXT strives to emulate. He is exactly the kind of person WWE needs to always utilize in a variety of ways as he is rock solid in every area and is an invaluable mentor to the young wrestlers.”

    “Hopeful that Daniel Bryan is going to be OK soon but he has to change some of the things that he does whether he wants to or not and not be a prisoner to his on reputation as being one of the best wrestlers in the world. He could eliminate many things from his repertoire and still be one of the best talents in the business. His health is much more important than diving head butts, drop kicks where he strikes the back of his head on the canvas, etc. His most important job in life isn’t being a wrestler but a son, husband and perhaps some day a father. Without great health, those lots in life are more challenging and they’re not easy for a healthy person.”

    “I don’t know if WWE has or has not banned the use of Seth Rollins’ Curb Stomp finisher but many fans are seemingly up in arms about its absence. I say the safety of the athlete is always the first priority of any responsible company and if the move is more likely to concuss people than others then it needs to be eliminated. It’s that simple.”

    “It’s too bad that so many people within the business have bastardized the DDT, among other moves, or it would still be a great finisher instead of another overused, uncreative high spot that everyone kicks out of on a regular basis. Those type of issues where finishing maneuvers have become impotent ‘spots’ is the fault of undisciplined bookers within the world of wrestling and lazy talents who have not mastered the art of wrestling.”

    You can check out more of the latest Jim Ross blog at the link above.

    The post Jim Ross Interviews Major TNA Name Tonight, Blogs on Daniel Bryan’s Health, WWE Curb Stomp Ban, Kane’s Legacy & More appeared first on Wrestlezone.

  • Retired WWE Diva AJ Lee Highlights

    Posted on April 12th, 2015 admin No comments

    Enjoy these highlights of former WWE Diva AJ Lee:



  • WWE Dates and Locations for the 2016 Royal Rumble and Fastlane PPV’s

    Posted on April 12th, 2015 admin No comments

    WWE Dates and Locations for the 2016 Royal Rumble and Fastlane PPV’s

    wwe logoThe WWE recently filed a lawsuit in California to stop illegal merchandise sales during WrestleMania 31 weekend, and the lawsuit reveals details on the 2016 WWE PPV calendar.

    The 2016 WWE Royal Rumble PPV will be held at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida on January 24th. WWE will tape Raw the next night in Miami and then Smackdown in Tampa.

    It’s also confirmed that the WWE Fastlane PPV will return in 2016 on February 21st from the Scottrade Center in St Louis. WWE will then tape Raw in Kansas City, Missouri and Smackdown in Omaha, Nebraska.

  • Backstage Update on the Return of WWE Tough Enough, Taping Format News, Update on Jericho Possibly Hosting

    Posted on April 12th, 2015 admin No comments

    Backstage Update on the Return of WWE Tough Enough, Taping Format News, Update on Jericho Possibly Hosting

    Tough-Enough-logo1_display_imageAccording to The Wrestling Observer, it has been confirmed that the return of WWE Tough Enough June will see the show taped concurrently as it airs, as opposed to being taped months in advance.

    The show will also feature a lot of live elements, and live fan voting is something that is still being considered. The show will feature live segments on USA, the WWE Network and on social media.

    With regards to rumors of Chris Jericho possibly hosting the show, Jericho said on his podcast this week that he has had no talks with WWE about hosting the show.

     



  • Jim Ross On His Attire For Extreme Rules, Steve Austin, More

    Posted on April 15th, 2011 admin 8 comments

    Jim Ross Blog

    Jim Ross has updated the blog section on his JRsBarBQ.com website and the following are excerpts:

    On what he’ll wear to Extreme Rules for his match: “Hard to believe that some fans want to know what I’m wearing for our tag team ‘match’ at Extreme Rules. Haven’t given it much thought. My lack of grappling skill is going to make this a train wreck without fail. If I have to be in the ring with Swagger, perhaps I should wear a suit of amour but he would likely dent that just as he ripped my ankle that’s still sore after all these weeks. Hopefully Swagger sees the light and bails on Cole as the former Sooner has embarrassed himself enough with his relationship with the Syracuse grad. When one gets out of their element, as I will do in Tampa at Extreme Rules, it certainly creates an adrenaline rush notwithstanding some levels of self doubt as well.”

    On Steve Austin’s work on Tough Enough: “@steveaustinBSR has improved his body of work, skill set, and overall rep in Hollywood by starring on USA’s Tough Enough. Austin has dominated every scene that he’s appeared and is doing so by simply being himself.

    When young, aspiring wrestling announcers or broadcasters of any ilk want advice, the first thing I tell them is to simply “be yourself.’ If yourself isn’t good enough, so be it. Don’t be a phony as folks will see thru that immediately.

    What one sees with Austin is what it actually is.”

    Read Jim Ross’s Complete Blog On JRsBarBQ.com>>>

  • Jim Ross Talks About New “Legends Of” Roundtable On Demand

    Posted on April 15th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    Jim Ross Blog

    The following is a new tweet from the official Twitter page of WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross:

    “ztj_wwf Just viewed a wonderful Roundtable Discussion featuring @JRsBBQ & @BretHart, currently on WWE Classics on Demand. I highly recommend it!”

    Follow more JR tweets on Twitter @ JRsBBQ.

  • Cena Speaks On New, In-Depth Zack Ryder Shoot Interview

    Posted on April 15th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    The following is a new tweet from the official Twitter page of WWE Superstar John Cena:

    “CeNation. Very in depth “shoot” interview with zack ryder this week on his show. Don’t miss it. Im off to uk tour! See u in 2 weeks!”

    Follow more Cena tweets on Twitter @ JohnCena.

  • Former WWE Star Shoots Hard On John Morrison and Melina

    Posted on April 14th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    Former WWE wrestler Val Venis knocks on John Morrison and Melina made headlines due to recent comments made by Trish Stratus where she said the two WWE superstars snubbed her some during WrestleMania 27 weekend.  The assumed reason is because Trish got a WM spot over Melina.

    The following video shows Val Venis laying into the two of them for treating Trish Stratus that way.

    WARNING: The following video contains very foul language:

  • Bret Hart Says He Was Disappointed w/ WMania & The Rock

    Posted on April 13th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    Bret Hart recently did an interview with The UK Sun. The following are some highlights:

    “I was hoping The Rock would be a little more interesting than he was. I would have had him involved in the John Cena v Miz match right off the bat. My initial thinking about two months ago was that Rock was going to be working with Cena and somehow Miz would be involved, and it would be a triple threat type of match. I thought Rock needed to be in the match, not just talking about it. Don’t get me wrong — Rock is a great talent. Just looking at him, I think he is ready to get back in the ring. I’m sure he could have wrestled at WrestleMania and he should have done so. The excitement going in to WrestleMania this year was all tied in with Rock and when he didn’t actually do anything but stand around and be a mouthpiece all night, that didn’t really work. To me as a fan, if I want to see him be a mouthpiece then I’ll watch one of his movies. I wanted to see him do some wrestling. I guess I just expected a little bit more.”

    “I also had to scratch my head and wonder how the WWE could pull the Sheamus v Daniel Bryan match and let Jerry Lawler and Michael Cole go for 30 minutes. It just seemed really crazy to me. My biggest disappointment was that two of the best wrestlers in the company, Bryan and Sheamus, didn’t get a chance to show what they can do on a WrestleMania. I thought Lawler v Cole was built up really well, with most fans wanting to get their hands round Cole’s neck by the time WrestleMania came. But I don’t know why they went so long. It’s not a match that needs to go very long. Michael Cole clearly can’t actually do anything. That’s the part I don’t get. It should have been about four or five minutes long max. Sadly going so long, meant they really took all the light away from the other wrestlers that earned it through the year.”

    “He [CM Punk] has got a really good ring presence. Better than anyone else, CM Punk understands his wrestling persona. He’s very serious about that character, and I like that passion that he has. It comes across in how he is day-to-day, just being around him. He’s a very committed, serious professional. His match with Orton, I thought, was really credible. To put together the match the way they did I thought it complemented both wrestlers, and they really told a good story. I liked the story, I liked the finish. It had a lot of twists and turns, you weren’t quite sure what was going to occur. I found myself going along with it all the way through and not knowing what was going to happen next — and to me that is a good wrestling match.”

  • Backstage Reaction To Sin Cara, Note on His Entrance, More

    Posted on April 13th, 2011 admin 3 comments

    PWInsider.com is reporting that WWE might cut Sin Cara’s trampoline entrance as he has botched the entrance two out of three times on television.

    Additionally, Cara was said to be very nervous before his match against Primo last night as he is still getting used to adapting to the WWE style of wrestling. It was also no help that the finish of last night’s Cara vs Primo match was botched, and officials were said to be down on both Cara and Primo following their Raw bout.

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