Jim Ross On WWE’s Medical Care, The Undertaker’s Retirement, And More

Former WWE commentator Jim Ross recently updated the Q&A section of his popular website JR’s BBQ and addressed a number of fresh topics.

The WWE Hall of Famer was asked by one user regarding WWE’s medical team and whether or not they provide support for their employees on an emotional level.

“WWE offers the best medical care for their performers in the world and I’d assume that would also include counseling if needed as well. No other company remotely comes close to caring or their talents as WWE does.”

Another user had a question regarding the future of The Undertaker and whether not his recent activity could mean that he’s hinting at retirement.

“I could see Taker working a part time schedule similar to Lesnar’s until his health won’t permit it but it seems as if the Deadman is in great shape at this time.”

The Q&A continued with JR being asked by another user about WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins and his recent use of power moves.

“Rollins is using today’s hot moves or trends that many fans seem to like which will help him when he turns ‘face. How’s he’s booked is subjective to say the very least. What’s right and what’s wrong in the fictional world of pro wrestling is totally up to the viewer. Your opinion is just as valid as mine.”

Another user brought up Chris Jericho’s booking at WWE Night of Champions as the mystery partner to join Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns to take on The Wyatt Family.

“I like Jericho’s booking and think that he can help make Reigns better. Sting did great especially at 56 years of age and I was proud of him.”

To read more of the Q&A you can do so by clicking on this link.