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Hall Of Famer Done With WWE Once Again?

Jim Ross

• WWF Veteran Wants To Face The Undertaker At WrestleMania 35

The Undertaker is no doubt the most respectable person in the pro wrestling world. He still continues to entertain fans today, like he has been doing for almost three decades. Fans still love to watch him whenever he steps into the ring.

One former WWF wrestler is looking to return to the company to compete against The Deadman at next year’s WrestleMania 35.

PCO (Pierre Carl Ouellet of The Quebecers) is the one who wants to face The Deadman. He is a former WWF Tag Team Champion and was also the WCW Hardcore Champion at one point. The 50 year old made his return to the ring back in 2016, competing on the Indy circuit.

PCO took to his Twitter account to reveal that he wants to gain some more momentum by facing The Undertaker at WrestleMania 35 with PCO’s manager Destro in his corner.

PCO has been quite successful since returning. It won’t be a surprise if WWE calls him back. But a match against The Undertaker (especially at WrestleMania) looks tough.

• Hall Of Famer Done With WWE Once Again?

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is legendary commentator in the pro wrestling industry. He made his return to WWE at WrestleMania 33 to call The Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns match. He was last seen on WWE programming at the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia during the kickoff show.

Currently, Ross has been recovering from an injury he suffered at the NJPW G1 Special show. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted something troubling about Jim Ross. Ross called the Mae Young Classic last year but he isn’t going to call it this year. JR also worked an NXT TakeOver show last year, but didn’t work one this year. This could be an indication that his days with WWE are over once again.

This could be a “BAH GAWD” news for many fans as everyone was happy to have the legend, Good Ol’ JR. back on their screens once again.

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