• mattdestasio Asks: A lot of fans are torn on Brock Lesnar’s title reign right now. Do you think it’s helping the overall product to have the title reserved for only big events, or is it taking away from the product having the champion work such a limited schedule?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Lesnar is the biggest sta in WWE so it makes sense for  him to be positioned where he is. 

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    • m0tleyfan Asks: I see you're going to be on the Chris Jericho Cruise. Will I be able to buy your products on board the cruise?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      We are hopeful of such and are working on that now. 

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    • Boomer Sooner Asks: JR, we read an interview where Ric Flair is now promising to be sober and admits to regularly drinking 20 drinks a day during his career. Heard some criticism on Twitter that maybe some of his friends in the wresting business 'enabled him' over the years, i.e. encouraged him to drink and didn't get him to confront his alcoholism. You drank with him many times. Do you feel like you were an enabler even if of course you didn't mean to be? Do you think he can actually be sober at this point in his life? Seeing Naitch at an AA meeting would be like seeing JR at a Longhorns Booster Club event! Hope he can stay on the wagon!
      J.R.'s Answer:

      The thought that people enabled Ric is ridiculous IMO.  Ric enabled Ric. Ric can and is addressing his issues. I for one hope he succeeds. 

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    • Jackson1256 Asks: Was Bobby Heenan a guy who kept up with what was going on in other promotions? Did he know your work from WCW when you came to WWE? Did you ever try to get him to come back full-time after WCW closed in 2001?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Bobby casually kept up with the other wrestling companies but wasn't obsessed with what they were doing. 

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    • Taker1993 Asks: Hi Jim, I realize that rumors can start on the internet and never come to light but with all the talk of the undertaker possibly returning soon do you believe that it's possible? Thanks
      J.R.'s Answer:

      This Undertaker matter is really very simple, until he says that he;s officially finished then he isn't.  Case Closed. 

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    • Aaron Mullins Asks: Any chance you will do one of you ringside shows in Alabama?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I'd love to some day but likely not in 2017. 

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    • BuStA607 Asks: How much do ratings and attendance numbers effect a champions title reign?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Logic says that those factors should count for a great deal as it is a bottom lne driven buisness.

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    • David Salchow Asks: Hi Jim, I'm disappointed you're not bringing your one man show to Minnesota for the TLC PPV in October. Which of the three "C's" prevented a show in Minnesota? Cash, Creative or College Football? David Salchow
      J.R.'s Answer:

      That would be football...always the same this time of the year for me. 

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    • BuStA607 Asks: Could a real ufc style fight between jones and lesnar be sanctioned at Wrestlemania? I think that would be the bigger draw if possible.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I'd guess no officially for a MMA fight but yes if it were a traditional WWE production. 

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    • Dexter Sixx Asks: Hey there Jr, hope your day (or night) is going well, I was re-watching Unforgiven '98 on WWE Network. Wondering what it was like sitting in front of/calling the first inferno match Kane/Taker? One other inquiry as well if I may. Regardless of brand/current association would you rather see Paul Heyman with Braun or Shinsuke and why? Hope all is well. Thank-you for your time. Grew up on your voice during the Attitude Era,,,as I got older I appreciated your lexicon even more. Thanks for the time and effort and all the amazing memories (which are still being made mind you just in other venues.)
      J.R.'s Answer:

      The Inferno match was HOT at ringside to say the least.  Heyman isn't leving Lesnar nor is he going go absorb another talent to manage at this time, I'm thinking. Nakamura needs to continue to refine his English and Strowman doesn't need a 'manager' IMO. 

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