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Ricochet would love to sign with wwe

Ricochet recently appeared on The Ross Report

On Possibly Going to WWE: “Of course, I mean, I would love to. Even all the people that I know that have been there, they always tell me, ‘you’ve got to at least experience it once’. 216 more words

WWE

Jim Ross Confirms Shawn Michaels New Performance Center Position & Addresses Conor McGregor's Recent Comments

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross posted a new blog on his official website JRSBARBQ.com.

Here are some highlights:

Conor McGregor’s recent comments regarding WWE: 308 more words

Wrestling News And Events

Jim Ross Weighs In On Brock Lesnar Being Exempt From WWE Drug Testing

Brock Lesnar made his return to Raw on Monday, but he still has a forthcoming USADA decision hanging over his head relating to two failed tests… 411 more words

Sports

NJPW Review and Feedback (07.22.2016)

Tonight’s broadcast comes from Kobe World Memorial Prefecture Hall on September 27, 2015. Only two matches during the hour long broadcast, so you know they are going to be good. 1,085 more words

Face To Heel

Well That Didn't Work: Radio WWF

Craig Wilson

It’s been a while since we’ve had a ‘Well That Didn’t Work‘ featured on this blog. Today seemed as good a time as any for it to make a return and after watching some 1993 WWF, it inspired a look at the short-lived Radio WWF. 453 more words

WWF

Jim Ross Believes The Only Way The Brand Split Will Work Is If It Remains 'Pure As Snow'

Taking a break from lambasting Jon Jones and having his famous calls remixed over awful NASCAR fights, voice of our childhoods (and adulthoods and inner monologues), WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross touched on the WWE brand split on… 251 more words

Sports

July 17, 2016 | Dream Journal | A Dog Gets Powerbombed

All that I can remember of this dream from last night is that the end of the dream took place during the day, I was at my parent’s house when my dad arrived in a tan extended cab truck, and my dad said that a man was selling it. 980 more words

Dreams