A new Jim Ross Q&A has been posted over at JRsBarBQ.com and below are some highlights. As a reminder, you can purchase tickets to JR’s “RINGSIDE” shows over WrestleMania weekend via Ticketmaster.com:
On The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega calling out The New Day:
“Seems as if they are just having fun with their challenge as they know that it’s not going to happen but we’re talking about it so it must be effective.”
On how he rates Chris Jericho’s current heel work:
“Jericho uses tried and true, fundamental pro wrestling villain techniques to make him effective. He’s a master in ring psychologist.”
On The Undertaker retirement rumors:
“The Undertaker isn’t going to retire without a MAJOR, WWE promotion/announcement. We haven’t heard that and I have said countlessly on the Ross Report, Taker is staying around until he wants to hang them up.”
Nick was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, and lived there until the age of 18, when he decided to pack his flack jacket and move to New York City.
Nick attended New York University and graduated in 2001 with a degree in Drama.
Nick first entered the internet wrestling community back in 2004 when he became the co-host of The Voice of Wrestling Radio Show. From there, Nick made the transition from radio personality to editor when he began working with WrestleZone in 2008.
Nick is a member of two Off-Broadway theatre companies, Another Urban Riff, and the Drama Desk Award winning Godlight Theatre Company. Nick has appeared in over a dozen Off-Broadway plays since he moved to New York City, and has shot several short and feature length films. In 2010, he completed principle photography on a film titled "How to Score Your Life," which also features TNA Knockout ODB.
Inspiration in his life has come from many people including his family, Woody Allen, Steven Spielberg, Jack Nicholson, The Beatles, and of course, Lassie.