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Jim Ross blogs on if WWE should sign Samoa Joe, Chris Jericho's schedule, his 'Mania weekend show

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Jim Ross feels that WWE could have Samoa Joe on board

Jim Ross posted his latest blog at Here are some highlights:

Samoa Joe leaving TNA: "Lots of questions about Samoa Joe leaving TNA and where I think that Joe will end up. I don't know the answer to that question but I can say that I'm a fan of Joe's work and that I feel that he will stay as busy as he chooses to be. Joe could be a valuable asset to WWE as it relates to working with young talents who need to work with someone better than them to learn. Sometimes change can be a good thing for all involved. Nonetheless I ca see how Samoa Joe, put in the proper role, could be an asset to WWE."

Chris Jericho's WWE schedule: "Some people seemingly are making a big deal out of Chris Jericho's unique in and out schedule with WWE but when one stops and thinks about it it is the same theory that the territories used to keep a steady flow of somewhat fresh new talents coming into their markets. Fans like 'new' even if 'new' fails at times. That's why promoters back in the day were more willing to try new things and take more calculated risks."

His upcoming one-man show during WrestleMania weekend: "Excited to be bringing our RINGSIDE w/ Jim Ross Show to San Jose the Saturday afternoon before WrestleMania at the Rockbar Theater with a 1-3 pm event. The VIP meet and greet function runs from 11 am-1 pm and tickets for our only event during WM31 go on sale THIS Saturday at 10 am pacific time at Tickets start at $20 while the VIP tickets are $65. Tickets are limited so I'd suggest that you get your's early starting with Saturday's on sale at"

Much more is contained in Ross' latest blog, including his thoughts on UFC's new PED policy, WWE Fast Lane Outcomes, the anniversary of the passing of Eddie Gilbert and much more. You can check out the full entry by clicking here.

Also, don't forget to order some of JR's BBQ Sauce, which is great for the kitchen and the grill, at by clicking here.

Source: JR's BBQ

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