Jim Ross Blogs About Randy Savage’s Life

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross wrote a really nice article over at JRsBarBQ.com about the life and career of the legendary “Macho Man” Randy Savage. Here are some of the highlights of what JR said about Savage:

“‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage was a legit star in the world of pro wrestling and one of the most famous wrestlers of any era.”

“In 1985 Savage roared into the WWE and his star was hung prominently for the entire world to see and did it ever shine brightly!”

“Randy Savage is arguably one of the top 2-3 wrestlers that helped establish the WWE as the dominate promotion of its kind in the world. Savage deserves to be mentioned in the same sentence as Andre, Hulk, Piper, etc.”

“Unpredictability and breaking molds is a marketable trait and without question ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage was one of the most marketable, unforgettable persona’s to ever grace the squared circle.”

“In my over four decades in the business, I have never encountered anyone who I perceived was as intense, 24X7, as ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage. He was a gifted athlete,  he played minor league baseball a handful of years, and brought artful athleticism and raw reality to his profession.”

“One never had to guess where they stood with Savage and he never had any issues expressing himself. He was, seemingly, always on edge or, perhaps more specifically, on point. Randy carried himself as one not to be trifled with and as a man who had great passion for his profession and unmatched intensity.”

“Fans of the genre of pro wrestling lost one of the most famous and skilled performers of all time this morning in Tampa when the former WWE Champion apparently had a heart attack while driving his vehicle with his wife of one year who was the sole passenger. “

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