WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted a blog update at JRsBarBQ.com where he shares some good news about his health. After the latest round of tests, doctors have ruled out the possibility of him having multiple scleroses, which is great news. JR had been waiting for a week to hear the results of that test. He wrote, “We have more tests scheduled next week as the process is essentially trying to eliminateÂ issues that I might have but likely don’t. The waiting process gets a little stressfulÂ and my wife is a Saint for putting up with my orneriness as patience isn’t aÂ virtue for yours truly.Â “
WWE “Replacing” Him: One concerned emailer to this site responded to my last blog with the fact that WWE has ‘moved on without me.’ The way I see it, WWE had to move on without me, for now, as they have shows to do and I am unableÂ to carry my share of the water. If the new broadcast teams click and I am not needed on a weekly basis then, poor me, I will find other projects on which to work. Yeah, getting off the road 51 weeks a year would be a real heart breaker. I’mÂ partially joking here butÂ until I get healthy WWE has to move forward without me and get their work done. I am pulling for Todd Grisham and Matt Striker to light it up on Friday night’s.
Brock Lesnar & Paul Heyman: Did you know that Paul Heyman “consults” Brock Lesnar on selected projects?Â Strategic move by Brock who doesn’t like to deal with matters of this sort. I hope the UFC Champion gets well soon and enjoys the holidays while preparing forÂ his next fight tentatively scheduled for January 2010. If I’m still on IR, or whatever, IÂ might try and make that one inÂ Vegas.
Ross also talks about Lance Cade returninig to WWE, an upcoming WWE-themed episode of cable TV show Dinner Impossible – which you can read at JRsBarBQ.com.