Jim Ross blogs about Daniel Bryan, WWE Hall of Fame class 2015
Jim Ross, who isn’t associated with any wrestling promotion as present, looks to be quite busy watching the product these days and has been blogging frequently with his thoughts and ideas going into the ‘Showcase of the immortals’ this year.
Jim Ross, who isn’t associated with any wrestling promotion as present, looks to be quite busy watching the product these days and has been blogging frequently with his thoughts and ideas going into the ‘Showcase of the immortals’ this year. His latest blog addressed Daniel Bryan’s involvement in the title picture at WM 31 and thoughts on this year’s WWE Hall of Fame.
Good Ol’ JR also has been advocating new ideas for Royal Rumble winner Roman Reigns and WWE World Heavyweight champ Brock Lesnar. Below are a few highlights:
“Can’t help but think that as much buzz that is surrounding WWE’s Daniel Bryan that there is no way that WWE won’t use DB in he WWE Title picture at WM31. I’m not sure how WWE are going to get there, which actually makes watching their weekly TV more compelling, or the end game but Bryan is too hot to not put him in the title picture to make the outcome more unpredictable. I am not a big proponent of a multiple person, main event at WM31 for the WWE Championship but having a three or four man match may have to be the way to go considering the lay of the creative landscape currently in WWE. This is all TBD, I assume. IMO and from talking to my wrestling fan friends, Daniel Bryan is the most compelling talent on the WWE roster right now along with Brock Lesnar. This scenario certainly doesn’t eliminate Roman Reigns from title consideration and I still think that Heyman and Reigns makes for an interesting combination that has multiple win-win components. I also l like the combination of Heyman and Rollins.
If the late Ray Stevens is inducted into the WWE HOF at WM31 in the heart of the wrestling territory that he helped make famous it will be spot one especially if Pat Patterson inducts his former partner and rival. Many old timers feel that Patterson and Stevens were the bet tag team ever and others swear that Ray Stevens was the most natural in ring performer ever as it relates to natural timing, instincts, etc.”