WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has posted a new blog entry over at his website where he gives his thoughts on various topics. During the blog, Ross commented on the altercation between Chris Jericho and Sin Cara. For those who may have missed the news, the incident happened on Sunday night when Cara was making annoying noises while on the tour bus, and even though people were telling him to stop, he kept on doing it. This led to Jericho forcefully telling him to stop, resulting in Cara telling him to f**k off. That didn’t sit well with Jericho, so he fired back, and words were exchanged. Cara threw a wild right at Jericho before everyone jumped in to break it up. Jericho bit Cara finger during the skirmish.
Ross stated that he caught up with Jericho on Monday morning and Jericho told him that it was largely about nothing and that it resembled more of a scuffle than a full fledged fight. Jericho told Ross that tensions often times rise on these extended, international tours which can bring out the worst in people. Ross said that he may be teaming with Jericho to do other projects in the future.
There have been rumors of Hulk Hogan returning to WWE at WrestleMania 33 next year in Orlando, Florida. “Why do so many people seemingly question the logic of WWE in perhaps bringing Hogan back for a WM33 Orlando appearance?” Ross asked. Ross thinks that it’s good marketing to him and something that he can concur with without any reservations. Ross explained that Hogan is an icon and the Babe Ruth of his era that would appeal to many fans. Ross thinks that it would be fun for many fans to see the red and yellow front and center at Wrestlemania due to everything did for WWE and having a significant hand in helping build the brand that changed the business. Ross explained that WWE is not unlike any other entity in that they need to gather all the star power that they can get for their biggest event of the year.
Ross also talked about NJPW on AXS TV and more. You can read the entire blog here. If you haven’t done so, you can listen to the latest episode of the Ross Report here: