Jim Ross Doesn't Think WWE Let Daniel Bryan Perform Injured
Posted by Joseph Lee on 05.17.2014
WWE would not have allowed that to happen...
Jim Ross has updated the Q&A section of his official website in which he commented on if he thought WWE let Daniel Bryan perform while he was injured. Here are highlights:
On wrestlers winning with signature finishers and lack of excitement from announcers: "Not sure what the issue could be regarding the signature finishing moves. It's important to establish them. I'd assume WWE announcers do exactly as they're produced."
On Sean Morley saying in a shoot interview with Michael Cole said he thinks he's better than JR: "I think that you're looking for dirt and that I don't have an interest in participating. I did not see nor and likely won't see any 'shoot' interviews. Why wouldn't Cole have confidence in his work? Thanks."
On the worst match he's ever seen: "I'm sure that there were plenty but nothing comes to mind and if it did I wouldn't want to throw talents under the bus."
On if he thought The New Age Outlaws would be a success at first: "Well...they always had great chemistry and complimented each other well. Thought they evolved into a helluva team."
On Daniel Bryan's neck injury and if WWE let him perform injured: "Long, drawn out question... I'm guessing that neither WWE OR Daniel Bryan knew the severity of his neck injury during the timeline that you speculate. It was a nerve matter as I understand it so it likely did not come to a head until recently. WWE would not have allowed DB to perform with a bad neck. Predicting one's future injuries isn't realistic."