Source: JR BlogJim Ross has a new blog entry available on his official website. Here are a few highlights:
The Triple H - Shawn Michaels segment: The HHH/HBK in ring segment was compelling. I could have listened all night to their interaction. This segment was a hit and provoked thought of which some fans are over thinking. Nothing new there..
The Elimination Chamber debate: Didn't hate the 'debate' that started the show as it did provide talents with an opportunity to speak. Speaking on TV is essential. No talk generally equals not a star.
Kofi Kingston vs. Chris Jericho: Seems as if Kofi/Jericho have some chemistry in the ring. Kofi is starting to step forward and hopefully he remains hungry and aggressive in those efforts. Jericho is already a star who is destined for big things likely sooner than later.
Randy Orton's concussion: It seemed as if I sort of drove up on Orton and Show squaring off in the ring. This is the bout where Orton got concussed and has now been eliminated from competing at the Elimination Chamber PPV this Sunday. Concussions are not and cannot be dealt with any way but seriously. WWE does a really nice job regarding talent's injuries with a full time medical doctor at every event along with a certified athletic trainer.
Santino replacing Orton at the PPV: Saw on WWE.com where Santino was replacing Orton in the Smackdown elimination chamber bout. That's a jaw dropper.
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