Jim Ross Blogs About Seth Rollins Becoming A Big Star, Nick Diaz's Suspension, ROH's PPV, More

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted his newest blog over at his website. You can check out the highlights below, and the full post at this link.

ROH All-Star Extravaganza VII:

"Good luck to ROH on their PPV tonight in San Antonio that is a traditional PPV also available on iPPV. This group has a stout lineup booked and will not be out performed anyone bell to bell. They often times work a little fast for my tastes but there is never a lack of effort by their talented roster."

Seth Rollins becoming a big star:

"If Seth Rollins doesn't become the next "it" guy in WWE it won't be for a lack of exposure. I'm a Rollins fan because I see some of the great, HBK in him at times. plus I admire Rollins work ethic. WWE is walking a thin line in overexposing Seth, IMO, but thus far he is holding up well but it won't always be that way if Rollins continues to be all over the TV every week. For those that think that Rollins is being booked "weak" I couldn't disagree more. Heels of average size, like Rollins, are naturally vulnerable which isn't a sign of weakness but a sign of reality. A champion who is beatable but has to cheat to win is money. Always has been and always will be. Gorgeous George, Buddy Rogers, Ric Flair and HBK are just a few of the examples of what I just outlined and please don't hit back with the "…but times have changed" line."

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The Nick Diaz suspension:

"The Nevada state Athletic Commission fiasco suspending Nick Diaz FIVE YEARS on a marijuana matter is beyond senseless. I feel certain that it will be over turned in court unless it is another Kangaroo Court like the one held recently in Vegas. Diaz has obvious, behavioral issues that should be addressed and, yes, he can help himself in many instances but his life hasn't been an easy one and he should be provided counseling or something along those lines to help him turn his life around and to better handle his past."

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