Ross says that he has not worked with Marvez or Excalibur before.
Marvez is a sportswriter, while Excalibur is a renowned wrestling commentator, best known for his work with PWG.
Excalibur also appeared on the All In broadcast last year, and does occasional NJPW commentary.
Ross says that he will be in Atlanta next week to practice with Marvez and Excalibur.
“We’re going to do that next week. Two days, two long, full days of drilling and calling matches,” says Ross.
“We’ll get used to each other’s timing and cadence, and the mechanics of it.”
“I’m not a big fan of three-man booths,” Ross says.
“I’m even less of a fan of three-man booths when it’s with people I’ve never worked with.”
“So how do you fix that? If the company wants a three-man booth, we’ll give them a three-man booth,” says Ross.
“But we’ve got to prepare for it.”
Double Or Nothing will be the first test for the AEW commentary team. The weekly AEW television show is expected to debut in October.
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