Jim Ross posted his latest blog at JRsBarBQ.com. Here are some highlights:
"Happy to see my old friend The Stinger debut at the Survivor Series Sunday night. Honestly, I wish I hadn't read so much material notwithstanding writing about the rumor of his return to the ring Sunday night. I'd have liked it better if I had not allowed myself to be preconditioned about Sting's arrival. I have no one but me to blame. Nonetheless it seemed like he got a good ovation from the St. Louis crowd that had an up and down night and has had many serious distractions the past several months which may have affected the ticket sales in St. Louis. Racially charged tragedies are obviously not the environment to promote a major entertainment event as it can't generally get media traction in the market. It was simply unfortunate timing for WWE.
"HHH gave Sting the legend's welcome back to large scale TV. Well done. I hope we only see Sting wrestle one time....at WM31 and vs. HHH would work for me but we only need to see Sting wrestle once and that's at WM31 and then after that, if any matches, sparingly at best."
Dolph Ziggler's big win:
"Dolph used the tights for a pin but I don't recall it being mentioned which would have added a little more edgy flavor to Ziggler who's had more false starts then the Oakland Raiders. Admittedly, I may have missed that reaction but it was a big moment nonetheless.
"...How big a deal with some make of Sting and Ziggler having an extra long man hug celebrating their big victory? Didn't bother me but some will point it out in a much different way than did I.
His podcast with the Hardys:
"My podcast with Matt and Jeff Hardy has been amazing. If you haven't heard it yet I strongly encourage you to do so. Just go to the home page here before you leave the site and click the play arrow."
Much more is contained in Ross' latest blog, including his thoughts on Vince McMahon opening the PPV, AJ Lee, the Bunny, Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt and much more. You can check out the full entry by clicking here.
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Source: JR's BBQ