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Jim Ross praises Luke Harper, previews next week’s Superstar Shakeup

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 Jeremy Borash. He said that while he was watching Impact Wrestling on Thursday night, he thought to himself who in the pro wrestling business works harder than Borash. He added that Borash was the best MC for his Ringside Shows and a talented dude.

Ross commented on next week’s Superstar Shakeup as well. He thinks that the shakeup will see some talents be provided the opportunity to better themselves professionally via moving brands in a timely manner. He noted that the goal is always to create new, compelling rivalries and matchups and to further allow talent to evolve and to seize their opportunities and own those new chances. “I’d like to see Luke Harper move to RAW and get a chance to contribute in a more significant way. He’s skilled, motivated/hungry and can have an effective wrestling match with anyone on the roster. Just believe that there is something there with Harper.”

He is curious to see how the tag teams shake out as well as he thinks that WWE has done a nice job of restocking their tag team shelves and the reshuffling of the deck might present some compelling matchups that many of the fans haven’t thought of at this time. Ross wonders if WWE will move The Miz and Maryse to the RAW brand. “The Miz has worked hard to get better in the ring, and he’s succeeded plus adding his lovely wife Maryse to the equation has worked well in my view.” He added that every Superstar should consider this shakeup the opportunity to hit the reset button in virtually all phases of their professional life. He added that the smarter talents would do something to improve their game daily.

Ross also talked about NJPW 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 by clicking here.






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