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Jim Ross Reveals Possible Two-Man Show With Steve Austin, Working On Autobiography
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.10.2014

- Jim Ross wrote on his official blog that WWE's decision to postpone Tough Enough ended up delaying plans he had to work with Steve Austin. The two were going to debut a two-man show in Las Vegas, Nevada, which would have happened this past weekend while UFC 175 was in town. It fell through due to Austin's prior commitments, which also ended up falling through. The two could end up working together on a two-man show in San Jose, California for Wrestlemania 31, along with other possible markets.

- Ross is currently done with his one man shows until 2015. He's currently writing his autobiography. While he hasn't acquired a publishing deal, he's working with Scott Williams, who previously worked with "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, "Cowboy" Bill Watts and Terry Funk on books.

Credit: The Wrestling Observer via Rajah


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