Jim Ross On Controversial TNA Angle, ROH Production Values, John Cena - Kevin Owens, More

Jim Ross has posted a new blog over at his website, where he speaks about some of the more important aspects of the first Wednesday night wrestling wars. You can check out the highlights below:

Last night's controversial Mickie James-James Storm angle:

"I'm a big fan of both Mickie James, who was on our talent roster when I was in WWE, and James Storm whose work I've always enjoyed a great deal but the creative that they were provided Wednesday night regarding the train was undesirable and completely unrealistic and had me feeling embarrassed for two, very good talents. I do like the direction of Storm becoming a deranged character with scary tenacities but the train business did that few favors."

ROH production:

"Got some Tweets about ROH's production values that new viewers had heard me mention on the Ross Report. I've been told by ROH management that those upgrades are coming and to be patient. That's good news. I still think that the hard working ROH talents would better serve themselves inside the ring if they slowed down a gear to have some where to go but no one can ever question the work ethic of ROH talent. ROH should do what they can to edit out dated live event references as it make the viewers think that they are watching an 'old' show."

John Cena vs. Kevin Owens:

"Hopeful that WWE keeps the Cena-Owens issue alive and the only way that will happen is if Owens, the villain, keeps gaining advantages in any manner possible going forward until the time comes for the big, blow off finale. Owens is NOT 'over' yet and for him to start losing to anyone right now isn't to my way of thinking. Bottom line is that it is more important for WWE at this time to get Kevin Owens established as a main event level villain th it is to allow Cena to even the score."

His show in Washington D.C.:

"Go VIP for tickets to my upcoming RINGSIDE w/ Jim Ross Shows, Wednesday August 18 in Washington, D.C. at the DC Improv where tickets are on sale at www.dcimprov.com starting at only $25 and on Saturday August 22, the nght before Summer Slam, at the Gramercy Theater in New York City where tickets are on sale at www.ticketmaster.com also starting at $25."

JR goes on to talk more about the Wednesday night wars, GLORY kickboxing, and several other topics. You can read his full blog at this link.

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