Jim Ross On Nitro, HHH’s Return, Blackman, More

Ryan Clark

Jim Ross has another new blog entry up. Some highlights are below.

On Johnny Nitro: Johnny Nitro is one of several young , WWE superstars who appear to have a bright future. As I have said in the past, Nitro reminds me of a young Ravishing Rick Rude at times and is an athletic young man. Kenny Dykstra and Lance Cade are two other youngsters who seem to have untapped potential. Kennedy and MVP fit into that catagory too. The talent cupboards are not no in the WWE but the key will be how well the young competitors refine the mental aspect of their game and mature into the role of a consistent main event level talent and locker room leaders going forward.

On Steve Blackman: What happened to Steve Blackman? He went in for a personality transplant and never returned. Seriously, I really don’t know but I heard quite some time ago Steve was living in Pennsylvania but I am not sure. Steve was a real tough guy who was a skilled martial artist and whose dry sense of humor always kept everyone on their toes. If any one knows Steve’s whereabouts, let us know.

On Triple H: As best I can tell, HHH is shooting for his WWE return at Summerslam in August. As I have said many times, no one will work harder to return better than they left than “The Game”.

On Matt Cappotelli: Matt Cappotelli is still battling brain cancer. Matt is a strong human being that I admire and respect. The talented young man from Rochester, N.Y. has a warrior’s spirit and has a wonderful relationship with God which I know brings Matt comfort during these challenging times. A prayer from each of you for Matt would be wonderful.

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