Jim Ross Blogs On The Shield Winning Gold, Brock Lesnar Vs. Triple H, Randy Orton Resurgence?
Source: JR's BBQJim Ross posted his latest blog at JRSBBQ.com. Here are some highlights:
The Shield leaving Extreme Rules with gold: "Big night for The Shield as they left St. Louis with Championship Gold and not on fluke victories. WWE obviously has confidence in the three, young men whose best days lie ahead of them if they continue to evolve. Evolution takes effort and hard work and being ready for additional responsibilities. I've seen some young talents get a taste of success and then fold like a cheap lawn chair. I don't see that happening to Ambrose, Rollins or Reigns.
"Nonetheless we will now see how hungry The Shield remain and if they are willing to continue to learn the ropes, prove themselves daily and become locker room leaders that WWE is constantly looking to discover. I know that there are many people involved with WWE Talent Development and at NXT that are keenly interested in their journey.
Randy Orton: "Feels like Randy Orton is about to embark on a renewed career resurgence but that's merely my instincts talking and with no 'inside knowledge.'
"That theory can be confirmed once we all see the direction that leads WWE to Summer Slam with Orton and others."
Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H: "Extremely Impressed with the Steel Cage match, it's overall physicality and the easy to follow story that was told in the ring. Very compelling match and one that an announcer, a fan or anyone else can easily emotionally invest. Lesnar becoming vulnerable with his knee issues was memorable. I felt that HHH was an even bigger star upon leaving the cage at the end of the night than he was entering it."
Much more is contained in Ross' latest blog, including his thoughts on if WWE should use instant replays, Cena vs. Ryback, Mark Henry vs. Sheamus and much more. You can check out the full entry by clicking here.
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