The following are highlights of a recent Jim Ross Q&A update:
On why Undertaker and Chris Jericho never had a major feud: “No reasons that I can think of other than merely timing as I know that Jericho and Taker have great respect for the other.”
On if cable companies charged a per-usage rate instead of flat fee for broadband data, would it affect the WWE Network: “This question is intriguing but way beyond my level of interest or pay grade. I’m certain that WWE has likely thought of every scenario that might occur with their creation of the WWE Network. Lots of high paid people have been in the loop so one would think that all bases have been covered.”
On his memories of working with Bob Caudle at the Great American Bash ’89 event: “Bob Caudle was a great partner. Most underrated broadcaster that I ever worked with in my career. How could a Flair vs. Funk match be bad if both were willing to give of themselves to make the match great….and they did. Bob and I were not over produced and allowed to use our skills and instincts to get the talent over as best that we could. Hopefully, we succeeded. Thanks.”
On his invite to WWE HOF and if it will lead to the resolving of issues between he and WWE: “There’s nothing unresolved. My relationship with WWE is exactly what we want it to be. I’m staying very busy and doing something for WWE Network on an ongoing basis would be challenging. They’ve moved on and so have I with no regrets.”
Check out more Q&A updates from “Good Ole’ JR” online at JRsBarBQ.com.