The legendary Jim Ross says he is now cancer-free.
The veteran AEW and WWE commentator first announced his skin cancer diagnosis back in late October, noting that he had the issue for more than one year. He began undergoing treatments at the end of November.
In an update, Jim Ross took to Twitter this afternoon and announced that he has beat the skin cancer.
“I’m CANCER FREE! We did it! See you tonight on #AEWDYNAMITE at 8 ET! [folded hands emoji x 2] [cowboy hat face emoji],” he wrote.
JR originally planned to work while undergoing the 22 radiation treatments, but he has been away from AEW programming since they began. He will make his return tonight during the New Year’s Smash edition of Dynamite on TNT, which will air live from Daily’s Place in Jacksonville.
Stay tuned for more. You can see JR’s full tweet below:
I’m CANCER FREE!
We did it!
See you tonight on #AEWDYNAMITE at 8 ET!
— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) December 29, 2021
We can't wait to have you back home JR! 🤠 pic.twitter.com/nMoLlXZ9sv
— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) December 29, 2021
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