– Jim Ross Talks About SmackDown Live Wrestler Finally Becoming Relevant
During a recent edition of “The Ross Report” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross and ProWrestling.net’s Jason Powell discussed the Hell In A Cell 2017 PPV and the ending of the show. Below is their conversation:
JR: I liked the effort. Both matches. Those guys in the last match, they knew they’re up against the wall, that everything kind of has been done in the show. It’s kind of crazy show. I was pretty impressed with Owens and Shane. I don’t need to ever see that match again. I never want to see that match again.
Powell: I’m fine with it the way it is.
JR: Yep, me too. I liked the story. I liked getting in the story. I like the delivery. I thought the Sami Zayn thing…. I did not see that coming. And I really liked it because we hope that he becomes relevant. And maybe this will give him the opportunity for relevance.
Shane McMahon jumps off the Hell in a Cell again! pic.twitter.com/PvtfGfygdV
— World Wrestling News (@WWENewsMafia) October 9, 2017
He’s got everything you want on your roster and to be a key player. He’s reliable as hell and he’s very skilled. And he’s the kind of guy that as he gets a little bit older, he’s gonna be that kind of guy that if you’re a young guy, you’re gonna be dying to be booked with him. He’ll make you better. Were you expecting it? Because I wasn’t.
Powell: I didn’t really put much thought into how they’d get there but yeah mostly because of Shane kind of leaving him hanging on SmackDown. They did a little foreshadowing where Shane kind of blew off Sami Zayn. But it wasn’t like they’re definitely doing this. It wasn’t obvious but it was certainly in my mind that yeah this could happen.
– The Rock Responds To Sting
Old School WCW Legend and WWE Hall of Famer Sting asked the fans which is their favorite version of him. Below is the video that he posted for this question and showed some stuff that the fans would bring to him to get signed:
What do you guys think? ? pic.twitter.com/1kg6tF5KIN
— Sting (@Sting) October 15, 2017
Below is what Old School WWF Legend The Rock replied:
My fav hands down – 1988/89 Sting. “Every man’s nightmare” ? https://t.co/kGcBboVW24
— Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) October 15, 2017