Jim Ross updated the blog section of his website yesterday with his thoughts on Monday Night Raw this week. Below are some of the highlights:
On HBK's appearance:
"Thought HBK was effectively utilized in Memphis and much better than the week before. I tweeted @JRsBBQ last night asking if RAW would end the night with 'hope' or 'heat' and the answer obviously was one of 'hope' as the overachieving, underdog Daniel Bryan…along with the Big Show….left the live audience on a high and hopefully, for the talents and WWE's sake, the motivation needed to purchase the HIAC PPV this Sunday."
On John Cena critics:
"Find it humorous that on my Twitter feed @JRsBBQ that those that did not like Cena before he was injured STILL don't like John even after viewing the videos. Without question Cena is amazingly polarizing but also, without question, John Cena is the biggest star in WWE, like it or not."
On Paul Heyman's performance:
"Paul Heyman's promo was the best verbal presentation on the show but that can be said more often than not. Heyman knows how to be an antagonist and how to facilitate fans to dislike him. Villains who purposely make fans laugh are erroneously produced in my view. Bobby Heenan could pull it off but 'Wease' was a genius and he did not have writers providing his material."