Jim Ross Talks GFW Rumors, What The GFW TV Taping Schedule Will Be

The following are highlights of a new Jim Ross interview with The Baltimore Sun:

On if he'll ever announce for WWE again and the rumors that he'll be working with GFW: "WWE, no," Ross said. "There may be down the road some WWE opportunities, but I don't think it will be in the broadcasting side. Time will tell on that. If the Global Force thing is there, I enjoyed working with Jeff Jarrett for the New Japan thing in January. I hope that they do great. I think that they can do a real good TV show with the roster they're putting together. He still has to find a network to air his shows on."

On fitting GFW commitments into his already busy schedule: "I would be very interested in working with Global Force, it's just a matter of time obligations and budgets and everything. Everything has to fit schedule-wise. Adding 13 weeks of TV tapings, then going to Nashville and doing voice-overs, all of a sudden it becomes a pretty big project. And I have so many projects already in the pipeline. I just don't know if we're going to be able to balance everything to make that happen. I'm not against it, Jeff and I have talked about it."

On what he has heard about the GFW TV taping schedule: "I just don't know that I can do it because of the time obligations. I'm a big fan of what they're doing there. As I understand it, it's going to be 12 one-hour shows, and then a 13th final episode. I'm a big fan of the one-hour shows. The finale will be a two-hour special. I think that's a good concept. There's some real good wrestlers coming in as well. They'd be fun to call."

Check out the complete interview at BaltimoreSun.com.

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