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“Enjoy what ever time he has left” – Attitude Era Veteran On Jim Ross’ WWE Dynamite Mistake

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• “Enjoy what ever time he has left” – Attitude Era Veteran On Jim Ross’ WWE Dynamite Mistake

At the end of this week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Jim Ross said the following on commentary:

“There’s nothing in your life that will top seeing a live WWE Dynamite.”

You can hear it yourself below:

JR got a lot of backlash from the hardcore AEW fans, who told him to retire.

This led to JR tweeting the following:

“Yep I apparently made an untimely error tonight at show’s end.

No excuses.

And I’m not quitting. 🤠 “

Some wrestlers came forward to defend JR, including Chris Jericho (tap here to read).

Attitude Era Veteran Ken Shamrock wrote the following about this on Facebook:

“As much as he has done for wrestling, I think we should just keep moving on & enjoy what ever time he has left. We will never see this kind of Talent again, he is one of a kind.

Love everything thing he has done for me & wrestling.”

Ken Shamrock Defends Jim Ross Over WWE Dynamite Mistake

Jim Ross wished Bret Hart a Happy Birthday yesterday and posted a photo of himself with The Hitman.

Shamrock commented the following under it:

“WOW These two if you could sit down with them & just talk about the history of wrestling it would be unbelievable 😳 “

Also Read: Ken Shamrock Challenges Kenny Omega

ALSO CHECK OUT: Jim Ross Calls Kenny Omega WWE Champion On Dynamite:

• Old School WCW Veteran Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 51st birthday of Old School WCW Veteran Doc Dean (Real name: Ian Dean).

Doc Dean used to be a famous wrestler in England during the 80s & 90s, often teaming up with British Wrestling Legend Robbie Brookside, who is now a coach at the WWE Performance Center.

In 1997, after a successful NJPW tour, Doc Dean was signed to a contract by Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling promotion, but despite having high hopes, he ended up being used only as a ‘Jobber To The Stars’ for his entire WCW run.

In 1998, he left the company and retired from Wrestling all together.

Ian passed away in Florida, where he lived ever since he came over to the United States.


July 3, 1970 – August 13, 2018

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