Source: JR's BBQ

Jim Ross posted his latest blog at Here are some highlights:

Dean Ambrose and Daniel Bryan referring to Brock Lesnar as "lazy" this week:

"Interesting comments made this week by Dean Ambrose and by Daniel Bryan regarding Brock Lesnar being 'lazy.' If true, and I'm not saying that it is as I'm not around Lesnar whatsoever, could it be because Brock is residing the dreaded "comfort zone" which is an area that adversely affects professional careers in many fields and certainly negatively affects relationships of all kinds?

"The next time Lesnar and Ambrose are booked together should be most interesting."

Commentating the upcoming What Culture Pro Wrestling iPPV in October:

"Jumping back into the PPV broadcasting marketplace in October for What Culture Pro Wrestling for their huge event coming to Newcastle at Domain entitled 'Refuse to Lose' on October 6. This will be the first PPV that I've broadcast since Wrestle Kingdom 9 in Tokyo for New Japan Pro Wrestling. What makes it even better is that it's in the UK where the fans are second to none, I will be working with my old broadcast partner, Jim Cornette, and the show is shaping up to be a terrific, pro wrestling event with some amazing in ring talents set for action. "

Much more is contained in Ross' latest blog, including his thoughts on Damien Sandow debuting in TNA, the WWE Cruiserweight Classic match between Cedric Alexander and Kota Ibushi, WWE having clean finishes at live event and much more. You can check out the full entry by clicking here.

Jim Ross' RINGSIDE with Jim Ross and Friends will have a show this Thursday in Charlotte, NC. JR will also be doing a special show with Jim Cornette in Baltimore on Friday night, September 23 at Jimmy's Famous Seafood in conjunction with MCW Wrestling. Tickets are on sale at Also, don't forget to order some of JR's BBQ Sauce, which is great for the kitchen and the grill, at by clicking here.

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