Jim Ross Q&A: CM Punk Leaving WWE, Roman Reigns’ Future, Sting/WWE, Austin

Posted by Matt Boone January 29, 2014 1 Comment

The following are highlights from the latest online Q&A update from WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross:

On CM Punk’s WWE exit and if it will upset viewers if “The Authority” continues to misuse popular talent: “You’re mixing fiction w/ real life which isn’t a compatible combination. No one can make all of today’s fans happy.”

On if the door is open in WWE for Sting to come in to the company: “Door has been open for years. I assume that it still is.”

On Undertaker and his WrestleMania streak: “The Streak is as big an element to WrestleMania as any thing can be. Whoever fights Taker there will be in a key spot. I like the mystery and all the rampant speculation that comes with the topic. Once a decision is made as to who Taker will perform with then the next round of complaining will likely commence.”

On if Steve Austin will ever wrestle again: “This has been addressed dozens of times. I think that it is less than 50/50 Austin ever wrestles again. It’s been over 10 years and he’s moved on to other successful projects such as his podcast.”

On potential talent in WWE that can become a future champion: “Anyone of several talents that are young including Roman Reigns. WWE is seemingly working diligently to facilitate young talents to get over to the next level. It’s an exhausting process and many talents never make it.”

Check out more JR Q&A online at JRsBarBQ.com.

  • Shockmaster

    “No one can make all of today’s fans happy.” is not really a justification for not doing what most fans want or continuing to do things that they don’t want.

    The “authority” angle is ironic in that it portrays Triple H and Stephanie being the ones in charge as they hold down talent, when in reality… it’s Triple H and Stephanie in charge as they hold down talent.

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