|  News |  Columns |  TV Reports |  Video Reviews |  Title History |  Hall of Fame |  News Report |  The Dunn List |
// Is Obi-Wan Kenobi Getting His Own Star Wars Spin-Off?
// Kanye West Confronts Handicapped Audience Member for Not Standing Up During Concert
// WWE Resistant to Turning John Cena Heel for Financial Reasons
// Ronda Rousey Says She Has Alternate Opponents if Gina Carano Doesn't Sign
// New Alien: Isolation Trailer Has a Warning: 'Don't Shoot'

//  CM Punk
//  John Cena
//  Triple H
//  Hulk Hogan
//  Randy Orton
//  Christian

411mania RSS Feeds

Follow 411mania on Twitter!

Add 411 On Facebook

 411mania » Wrestling » News

Jim Ross Shares His Opinion on What Sting’s ‘One Match’ in WWE Should be if He Signs
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 04.19.2014

- Jim Ross has released a new blog post on JRsBarBq.com. JR announced some of his upcoming interview guests for his podcast, some new dates for his live one man show, and also the rumors of Sting signing with WWE. Below are some highlights.

Ross on upcoming guests for his podcast: "We have booked interviews in the immediate future with Shawn Michaels, Bill Goldberg, ESPN's Michelle Beadle, Eric Bischoff, Ted DiBiase, Cowboy Bill Watts and Tony Schiavone among others. Looking forward to also having Stan Hansen, Taz, MVP and many others from the pro wrestling world on the show sooner than later. We also plan on visiting with Rock 'n Roll Hall of Famer ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons down the road."

On plans for his live show Ringside: An Evening with Jim Ross: "Several new RINGSIDE: An Evening with Jim Ross events are being added to the calendar as the year progresses. Live Nation is really being aggressive in scheduling yours truly for more events. As soon as more dates are finalized, I will let you know but LA in August (insert your own joke here) and a show in Chicago are definitely on the drawing board."

Ross on the rumors of ESPN being interested in Renee Young: "Where did the info come from that ESPN was interested in Renee Young? Not saying it's true or not but it certainly made the rounds quickly within the IWC. Renee is a talented, young woman, without question, and I wish her the best no matter what she decides to do long term with her career. Renee has skills, a great look and isn't a high maintenance talent but is easy to produce."

Ross on what Sting's one match with WWE should be if he signs: "Getting tons of questions regarding Sting signing with WWE of which I don't know the answer and if I did and was asked to keep it confidential I would, for the record. However, I see it as a no brainer for WWE to sign Sting and to begin immediately in monetizing his intellectual property. WWE owns virtually every minute of video tape that Sting has appeared on except his work in TNA. Some of the UWF content and early WCW matches are particularly outstanding. It's a match made in grappling heaven even if Sting never wrestles in WWE. In my perfect, booking world, which actually doesn't exist and is an oxymoronic statement, Sting would have one match…a retirement match at WM31 against a suitable villain even though some will lobby for that retirement match opposition to be Undertaker. A smaller, athletic young talent who needs the "rub" would arguably be ideal."


10 Hottest Fresh Faces of 2014

Top 8 Most Anticipated Fall Albums

Preview of Daredevil, Luke Cage, More

comments powered by Disqus

Copyright (c) 2011 411mania.com, LLC. All rights reserved.
Click here for our privacy policy. Please help us serve you better, fill out our survey.
Use of this site signifies your agreement to our terms of use.