The following are highlights from the latest online blog of WWE Hall Of Fame announcer Jim Ross:
JR on Miz vs. Jerry Lawler: “For any young wrestler or wannabe who wants to learn how to pace a match, tell a story, do less with more and to invest the audience, I strongly suggest that you re-watch the Jerry Lawler vs. Miz WWE Title match from this past Monday’s Raw. It was classic example of story telling and the 61 year old King was amazing. Miz is a ‘beatable’ champion which I personally perceive to be a good thing. Hats off to all involved in what I felt was one of the most compelling, unpredictable main events on MNR in a long while.”
JR on John Morrison: “John Morrison, even in a losing effort, had a memorable night on Raw with three, solid outings. Morrison is showing more toughness in his bell to bell outings which I personally like. The UC Davis grad is extremely athletic and has the required charisma to become a main event level hand sooner than later.”
JR on Josh Koscheck vs. Georges St. Pierre: “Without question Josh Koscheck has done a marvelous job of becoming, if he wasn’t already, a stark contrast to the squeaky clean perception that is GSP. Their upcoming UFC PPV fight in Montreal will be an emotional presentation without question. The live crowd, if we are allowed to hear them, will put us all in a moment that cannot be artificially manufactured as the crowd ‘heat’ can create an atmosphere that no announcer can replicate.”
Check out the complete article online at JRsBarBQ.com.