Jim Ross Says Fans Asking About Him Buying TNA “Have No Clue”

Mike Killam

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross recently updated his blog at JRsBarBQ.com, responding to the many questions of whether or not he will go to work from TNA Wrestling, or potentially invest in the company if it were to be up for sale. 

"These communications must be from adolescents IE 8 year olds who have no clue as to the value of a dollar or the amazing pain in the backside that it is to immerse one's self into the wrestling biz to where it quickly becomes all consuming in one's life.

Immersing one's life in only one area of interest isn't healthy. Remember that."

Ross continues, branching more into what's wrong with the wrestling business as a whole in today's era. 

"The creative process at most wrestling companies has become much too over thought in my view and I feel that what many of fans often see on TV bear out that opinion … As a life long fan of the genre, I hope all companies doing pro wrestling on TV are successful and that their talents earn a great living while living their dreams. I did and I hope that many others get to as well."

"Wrestling TV shows all need to be unique. They all need to have exclusive features and benefits that best fits their talent roster and corporate philosophy of entertaining their viewers. However, for any one company to blatantly copy another is just downright silly. No great meals are served when there are too many cooks in the kitchen.

And as per usual, having not watched the Impact Wrestling product consistently in the past, Ross remained vague in answering any TNA related questions. 

"While back on the topic of TNA, their issues allegedly are many. I don't know their internal status so when people ask me what I would do to "fix their problems" any answer that I would provide would be less than thought out or based on a through study of the company. It's irrelevant any way."

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