Jim Ross writes about Undertaker's Return and more
Professional wrestling commentator and wrestler Jim Ross writes in his latest blog at JRSBBQ.com. We have picked out some highlights from what he posted.
When asked about Undertaker‘s return:
“Many are asking about the return of the Undertaker as mentioned by HHH Monday Night on Raw. ‘Not seeing the last of the Deadman’ can mean a variety of things, one can assume. In my perfect world it would be Taker vs _________ at WrestleMania 29 where ‘The Streak’ would extend to 21-0. For some Twitter followers who are seemingly hell bent on Taker losing at WrestleMania, I’d be reluctant for them to handle my taxes. It makes zero sense for ‘The Streak’ to ever die, in my humble opinion.”
About Rock’s return:
“Lots of @TheRock talk online as ‘The Great One’ prepares to return for some limited engagements in @WWE in 2013. Love the manure that some keyboard warriors, who have spent so much time in a WWE locker room, spread that Rock’s return will polarize the locker room. That’s embarrassingly ignorant in my personal opinion. The more eyeballs turned on to any WWE show, the better. These Rock TV bookings are when everyone who appears on a TV show should truly maximize their minutes. Plus, @TheRock will bring more money to the table at PPV’s of which all the talents share to some degree.”
About Big E Langston‘s addition:
“The addition to Big E Langston is significant, especially, for @HeelZiggler notwithstanding @WWEAJLee. I’ve seen a lot of Big E in NXT and he’s a physical beast with uncanny natural strength and surprising agility for a 280 pounder. ‘E’ is no Clydesdale and his football background has enhanced Langston’s athleticism. Aside from @TheMarkHenry, Langston is likely the strongest man on any WWE roster. As I have said here on multiple times, I’d suggest that you keep an eye on Big E Langston whose upside is significant. But, as always, ‘Potential will only buy the groceries for so long.’”