Wrestler Thanks WWE For Helping Him Get Sober One Year Later, More On JR's WWE Future

Wrestler Thanks WWE For Helping Him Get Sober One Year Later, More On JR's WWE Future Photo: Ty Lee
- Jim Ross noted on Twitter that it's "highly unlikely" he will be at the WrestleMania XXX Axxess from New Orleans next year. Since retiring from WWE several weeks back, Ross has said there's pretty much slim chances of him doing things that retired WWE talents regularly do - attend local events, make DVD appearances, special appearances and more.

- Former ECW and WWE star Justin Credible posted the following tweets this morning, thanking WWE for helping him get sober:

"I want to publicly thank @WWE for helping me got sober. They have an amazing support system in place. I did the work, but they provided help"

"One year ago today @WWE sent me to treatment. I was so low. Today 1 year later I have completely changed my life, and resurrected my career."

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