Jim Ross has updated his blog at JRsBarBQ.com, speaking on the recent return of Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, his role at Hell in a Cell, John Cena's miraculous return from injury, and more. JR also had a lot to say about the ongoing main event picture with the McMahons and the Big Show, which he is enjoying.
"Thought the opening segment was a hit. Stephanie McMahon had control of her promo and it did not sound un-organic. Talents who memorize their 'lines' and then present them as such ruins it for me. Yep, I might be too old school for today's product but I tune out and disconnect when I feel someone is talking to me from any place other than their heart.
"The Big Show has been nicely rebuilt. Curious to see how far his resurrection takes him. Something big at WM30 perhaps?"
While Jim has high praise for the McMahons and the story surrounding the title picture, he was also critical of young talents who are "happy to be in the mid card".
"The grouchy old man in me says that some talents are not doing enough to get noticed, changing their game to a noticeable degree and doing all that they can control to be noticed in a positive manner. Seemingly, there is too much comfort zone stuff from many guys who seemingly are happy to be in the mid card and to remain booked but who are the same people who complain in private about their lack of a 'push.'"
Check out JR's complete blog update at JRsBarBQ.com!