Skip to main content

Jim Ross on Brock Lesnar - The Undertaker bleeding at HIAC, Sara Del Rey, Ronda Rousey



WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted a new blog entry over at his website where he gives his thoughts on The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar bleeding at the Hell in a Cell PPV, Sara Del Rey, and Ronda Rousey working WrestleMania 32. Here are the highlights.

On The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar bleeding at HIAC:

It's hard to believe that some wrestling pundits actually believe that Brock Lesnar and Undertaker went into business for themselves and kept everyone in WWE, including the chairman, in the dark about their use of blood in their HIAC match. How the blood was derived may be another issue but the two talents taking matters into their own hands without approval isn't too likely to have occurred. Their match was the best bout on the show Sunday in LA.

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

On Sara Del Rey:

Sara Del Rey also deserves much credit for the coaching that she does with her group of women and others that she helps. Sara is a gem within the WWE coaching staff which does a really solid job from top to bottom.

On Ronda Rousey working WrestleMania 32:

Ronda Rousey and her camp, influenced by The Rock, are strategic in their thinking. Rousey has a huge payday awaiting her for a Wrestlemania storyline down the road and they know it. No one ever makes too much money plus RR knows that she can't be unbreakable forever inside the Octagon. It was timely of Charlotte to stand her ground and respond to Ronda recently but I would rather see RR versus a heel specifically Stephanie McMahon as I feel that's the money. Plus, do you really want Ronda Rousey going for the WWE Divas Title? Is Rousey a Diva? Is the term Diva still relevant? In any event, Ronda Rousey in a hot, personal issue interests me more than her going for the title at this time. The question is can Rousey and WWE come together for something BIG for the Texas WrestleMania?

Could the wind be kicking up a major deal for both Rousey and The Rock for April in Dallas?

You can read the entire blog here.