Jim Ross’ Latest Blog On His Retirement, Daniel Bryan Winning WWE Championship, Ryback Being a Heyman Guy and More

Josh Isenberg

WWE Night of ChampionsJrsbarbq.com has Jim Ross' latest comments on his retirement, Daniel Bryan's victory, and Ryback aligning himself with Paul Heyman. Here are the highlights from his post earlier today.

His Thoughts on WWE Night of Champions and Daniel Bryan's victory:

Solid show with an outstanding main event is how I would describe the PPV. Thought Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton closed the show strongly and with a memorable conclusion that will hopefully garner them was Water Cooler talk in some circles.  Bryan is a wrestler's wrestler who has paid his dues and is an exemplary member of the WWE team and locker room. Congrats to him and hopefully he will have a long, productive reign as WWE Champion. Time will obviously tell on that one.

On His retirement from WWE:

I haven't bought a rocking chair just yet in the midst of all this retirement talk. I've retired from WWE….but not from life. I'm being engaged by a variety of 'suitors' who are all  presenting some interesting, potential projects to me. Until we pull the trigger on projects that I truly am passionate about and want to invest my time and energy, I will immerse myself in Oklahoma Football, the UFC, and the NFL which isn't a bad thing for a sport's junky.

On Ryback with Paul Heyman:

Ryback aligning himself with Paul Heyman might be the best thing that Ryback has been able to accomplish since getting healthy. If Ryback is to become a major, major player in WWE then @HeymanHustle is the man to help Ryback accomplish such.

AJ Lee's Victory:

AJ is still the alpha Diva in WWE and is the catalyst in that division. She totally invests herself in her TV persona and would have been great in the Attitude Era as well as any other era that I can recall since I arrived in WWE in 1993.

For more on his thoughts about Night of Champions, his products, and where he will be next check out jrsbarbq.com.

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