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Fan Makes Fun Of Jim Ross’ Bell’s Palsy, JR Responds

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On this day in 1998, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired another LIVE episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW MONDAY NITRO’.

It was broadcasted from the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Uncensored 1998’ PPV.

The card can be found here:

– Ernest Miller vs. Damien

– Sick Boy vs. Lenny Lane

– Bill Goldberg vs. Barry Darsow

– Dean Malenko vs. Billy Kidman

– Brian Adams vs. Kaos

– Scott Norton vs. Juventud Guerrera

– Raven & Saturn vs. Chris Benoit & Diamond Dallas Page

– Davey Boy Smith vs. Konnan

– Chris Jericho vs. Disco Inferno

– Booker T. vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.

– Ric Flair vs. Curt Hennig

– Scott Norton & Scott Steiner vs. Rick Steiner & Lex Luger

– Hollywood Hogan & The Outsiders vs. Sting & The Giant & Randy Savage

• Fan Makes Fun Of Jim Ross’ Bell’s Palsy, JR Responds

During a recent edition of Jim Ross Report podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross announced that he won’t be re-signing with WWE when his contract expires later this month.

JR also noted that he won’t be out of work for long.

Below is what Good Ol’ JR said:

“I’m 67, I still feel I can get the job done doing wrestling play-by-play and I want to explore that opportunity and possibility. I’ll be moving on in a positive way, nothing but good things to say about everyone involved. You know, I have my critics in WWE as we all do, as people do when you’re there for very long. It’s a very unique community and I have no regrets. The smartest thing I ever did was come to work for Vince McMahon in 1993.

I don’t think I’ll be out of work long.”

A fan made fun of JR’s Bell’s palsy by posting the following on Twitter:

“He could still have a career as a ventriloquist #mouthnevermoves”

This led to JR replying the following:

The fan then went on to delete his tweet.

Speaking of JR, Rajah is reporting that JR is set to sign a multi-year deal with All Elite Wrestling, where he would be making close to $1 million per year.

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