Possible Plans For A Jim Ross And Steve Austin Project, More News On Ross Writing A Book

Possible Plans For A Jim Ross And Steve Austin Project, More News On Ross Writing A Book

Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter

Jim Ross noted in a recent blog that WWE pushing back filming of Tough Enough had forced he and Steve Austin to postpone some plans they had.

According to The Wrestling Observer, word is that Ross and Austin were looking to debut a two-man show in Las Vegas this past week in conjunction with UFC 175 but Austin couldn't commit to the project due to other commitments possibly happening, which ended up falling through.

Ross and Austin could end up doing a two-man show in San Jose for WrestleMania 31 or other markets. JR is finished with the one-man tour until 2015 and is also working on his autobiography. Ross does not have a publishing deal yet but is working with Scott Williams, who worked on books for Jim Duggan, Bill Watts and Terry Funk.

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