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Jim Ross Says He’d Do Anything To Call Upcoming Big Match In AEW

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During an episode of his Grilling JR podcast, AEW Commentator Jim Ross gave a health update and revealed that he’s getting better day by day.

He’s sticking to his diet as well and is down to 200 lbs now.

Good Ol’ JR noted that his goal is to return in time for the AEW Dynasty PPV on April 21st, so he can call the match between Bryan Danielson and Will Ospreay.

Here’s what the WWE Hall of Famer said:

“I got my ports out yesterday. I had three of them right in this area (points to his upper chest). I’m sure glad to get those things out. They’re just hanging out on my chest. I’ve been off my antibiotics, intravenous. That was the difference maker for me. I’m glad I did it and I’m glad that we finally got the damn ports out.

I got two or three days just to leave it alone and let it heal. I said this on Twitter one day this week that it’s another step on the road to healing, so that’s where we are. I’m sore today, but I don’t have to screw with it anymore. So slowly but surely, I’m getting better.

As a matter of fact, I think on Monday, I go back to the surgeon who finally has responded to my messages to evaluate my hip and tell me what he sees. I should have had that information a month ago, but in any event, that’s a medical update.

Bottom line. I’m feeling pretty good. I’m still targeting St. Louis (for the AEW Dynasty PPV on April 21st). I sure hope that works out.

I would do just about anything to call Bryan Danielson and Will Ospreay. If it’s not the match of the year, if it doesn’t get 5 stars, I’ll be surprised.”

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