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Road Dogg Reveals What He Wants To Do In WWE Before He Gets Too Old

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During a recent episode of his weekly ‘Oh… You Didn’t Know’ podcast, WWF Legend The Road Dogg Jesse James revealed that he would like to do commentary in WWE.

He is currently the Senior Vice President of Live Events in WWE, a position he took over from Jeff Jarrett last year.

Here’s what Road Dogg had to say about working for WWE:

“It’s such a great gift that’s been given to me. Think I’m pretty good at talking. I would love, before I get too old, to do commentary.

I would love to do the Kickoff Panel for WWE pay-per-views.”

After almost a year (1994) in Ted Turner’s WCW, Brian Armstrong joined the World Wrestling Federation in January 1995 as The Roadie, a sort of sidekick of ‘Double J’ Jeff Jarrett.

In 1996, he became known as ‘The Real Double J’ Jesse James Armstrong, after Jarrett had left the promotion and it was revealed on WWF TV that Armstrong was actually the true singer of the song ‘With My Baby Tonight’.

By late 1997, him and Billy Gunn former The New Age Outlaws and they officially joined D-Generation X the night after WrestleMania XIV.

After being fired by the WWF in January 2001, Brian joined Total Nonstop Action! (TNA) in September 2002 as B.G. James and wrestled for the (then) #2 promotion until early 2009.

The Road Dogg then returned to WWE in 2011 and has worked in several backstage positions ever since, but also returned to wrestle on WWE TV quite a few times since 2012.

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