WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross updated his blog at JRsBarBQ.com today, speaking on Saturday's incredible UFC 166 pay-per-view, tonight's go-home episode of Monday Night Raw and more. Ross also spoke briefly about TNA's Bound for Glory pay-per-view, which he admits that he didn't watch.
"If any company changes five titles in one show, which one is supposed to standout to the average fan? Apparently that's what occurred. Sounds like TNA hit the "reset" button on the whole shooting match. No dog in the hunt except for my many friends who work there and I'm pulling for them and their families."
JR mentioned that he hopes to see Shawn Michaels "better utilized" tonight on Raw, and hopes to see something "compelling and memorable" from the ongoing CM Punk-Paul Heyman feud.
"The contract signing between Orton and Bryan should not be over thought. It's the blue light special. An angle alert. Fans expect fireworks and they should be provided such. Another question is fan support of Bryan to begin to wane in his role of the undersized, overachieving underdog? Fans of heroes have to maintain 'hope' that their guy can get it done in a fair fight. It's simple, human nature/psychology."