• the tennessee stud Asks: JR, Abdullah the Butcher is trying to sell his WWF HOF ring on ebay for $20K. If he can get that or more for it, and set a market for what those rings are worth, would you ever consider selling your ring? $20 or $25K cash money, it has to be tempting!
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I don't know the circumstances of Abby selling his HOF ring as he may need the money. Fortunately I am not in that position but my HOF ring isn't for sale and I don't see that ever being the case.

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    • jonhind Asks: Dod you think that regular face/heel turns have affected the career of Mark Henry, Kane and Big Show? Every time one of them comes back after a break they have "switched sides"
      J.R.'s Answer:

      It matters not the talent but turning too often isn't good for anyone.

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    • vman Asks: JR, random question... Do you know or remember what kind of workouts hbk was doing circa 1998? I mean the guy had a back injury but he came in against Austin at wrestlemania 14 absolutely jacked!! Did he lift weights with triple H or just run and do push ups? What was michaels preferred training routine in his hey day I should say? Guy doesn't get credit for being in phenomenal shape before his 4 year lay off?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Sorry but I don't know the workout question. HBK was always athletically gifted and never let himself get too far out of shape.

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    • ericejenkins Asks: I appreciate your assessment regarding WWE's refusal to use the word "belt" when discussing title belts. However, I though that it sounded strange to me hearing Wade Barrett complaining about someone trying to steal his "title" or his "championship" when the other wrestlers in the ladder match kept hiding the belt from him. Your thoughts. Also, has there been any discussion or indication that Wrestle Kingdom 9 will be released on DVD? That is one I would definitely love to have in my collection.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I'm non plussed by and large on the belt debate. At the end of the day it doesn't matter enough to me to invest much thought in it. I've heard nothing about a Wrestle Kingdom DVD unfortunately. I'd love to have one too.

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    • rawissugi213 Asks: Hey JR. What's your favorite match to watch involving the Intercontinental Championship? Thanks and have a good one.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Hard to say off the top of my head but Savage vs. Steamboat at WM3 would rank right up there as would Bret vs. Bulldog at Wembley.

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    • rawissugi213 Asks: Hey JR. Hope all is well with you and I enjoy listening to your podcast. My question is will Bray Wyatt's character be effected in a bad way if he loses Sunday against Undertaker? The fans, including myself thought Wyatt was going to win last year at Mania against Cena especially with the way his character was looking strong in that feud but he wound up losing and it kind of took a hit with his character in a bad way a little bit. Thanks and have a good one!
      J.R.'s Answer:

      If Bray loses Sunday and I think that he will a great performance resulting in a loss won't hurt him one bit. Anyone who thinks that is fooling themselves. Did Austin losing to Bret Hart hurt Steve? No.

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    • harleyrider Asks: What match do you think at Mania will 'steal the show?" I think ifg given 20-30 mts Orton v Rollins will be the one. 2 great workers in their prime,how could it not? The buildup hasn't helped them though. And I know the ladder match gets lots of votes but I just don't get how a match w/ 7 guys who mostly will take bumps on ladders and spills w/ very little wrestling could make a great match. I mean how many times have we seen falls on ladders these past few years? I prefer WRESTLING over a stunt show.Take care J.R.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Orton vs. Rollins is a solid pick. The Ladder match should be extraordinary too. Several matches could earn the distinction but the match most will be talking about when the show is over is Lesnar vs. Reigns.

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    • rwmulkey Asks: If you could call only one match this Sunday at WM, which one would you choose?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Hmmm....tough question...I'd go with Sting vs. HHH because I think it will be Sting's last one.

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    • Tombstone_Inc Asks: J.R. hope your well today. My question today is about a match that has never taken place. A match that could be one for the ages and a match that needs to take place. Brock Lesnar vs Randy Orton. Brock was the youngest champion until Orton changed that. You have an instant starting point for the match. I think it would be a feud of epic proportions. Do you know why this match has never taken place, and do you think it ever will?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Without a doubt Orton vs. Lesnar will happen some day when the timing is right and a good story builds up this main event.

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    • MrMondayNight Asks: Hi Jim. Have you happened to see any of Cody Hall's (Scott Hall's son) work? Not sure how much it matters at this early stage but he seems to be just taking the same sort of gimmick as his dad with the kliq kid references, razors edge finisher and Scott's old attire. Shouldn't he really be trying to pave his own way? Do you think he will ever make it to WWE? Many thanks
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I think you may be over thinking this matter at this time. When the time comes whoever signs Cody will provide him a make over so to speak. Bottom line is he's doing the right thing by learning his craft in Tokyo with NJPW. Cody has great potential.

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