Jim Ross Blog: Roberts & Hall Helping Young Talent, 2014 WWE HOF & More

Submitted by Michael Bluth on May 6, 2013 - 8:23am
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WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his blog, which you can read in its entirety at JRsBarBQ.com. Here are some highlights of what JR wrote about:

2014 WWE Hall of Fame: My only take on the 2014 WWE HOF, that will take place in New Orleans, is that it should not, in my personal opinion, have more than two posthumous inductees. One would be ideal for me but two is my personal, limit.

Damien Sandow: Very impressed with the recent work of @DamienSandow. he's really evolving on the mic and his aggression inside the ring when timely is noticeable. Another driven talent who re-invented himself in NXT after a somewhat inauspicious tenure in with another persona.

Jake Roberts & Scott Hall Helping With NXT: Was asked if I thought that if either @SCOTTHALLNWO or @jakesnakeDDT could help WWE and especially the NXT brand down the road and my answer is absolutely. Both have brilliant minds and amazing stories to share with the youngsters. However, I'd prefer them to climb one mountain at a time and get completely clean and sober for an extended time before taking on more daily responsibilities like working with NXT if they are even interested in that line of work. I'm pulling for both guys and think of them daily on their "road back." God Bless @DDPYoga for the work that he's doing.

RAW's Announcing Team: Happy that @MichaelCole has added @JCLayfield to the RAW broadcast team along with mainstay @JerryLawler but I wish that JBL and the King would engage each other with a little more debate in a timely fashion. I can envision the 'tense moments' that could occur between the talkative Texan and one of the greatest talkers ever in the biz to be great assets to an already talented trio. BTW...check out the @LayfieldReport.

* MAJOR News Heading Into Tonight's WWE RAW (Involving PAUL HEYMAN)



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