• Eamonn1983 Asks: Hello, JR. Found myself a YouTube rabbit hole recently and came across a match between the Undertaker and one of those "enhancement talents" I think is the term, from 1994. McMahon on commentary says fans could see the Undertaker unveil the coffin he was making for Yokozuna on the WWF network. I gave up Googling after 5 pages. Did he just mean WWF programming or did he have a short lived go at a tv channel back then?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      He may have been referring to the WWE Syndicated TV Network. 

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    • Hotty Toddy Asks: Random ass question: Thoughts on OJ Simpson potentially becoming a free man once again?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Non plussed. No dog in the hunt. 

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    • Taker1993 Asks: Hi Jim, I realize that this may be a long shot but people seem to be having mixed opinions on it but do you believe that the undertaker could possibly return for another match? Thanks alot
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I have no idea. I;d guess it wis less than a 50/50 chance that Taker will be back but. again, I do not know. 

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    • Johnnyrecruiter Asks: Good day Mr. Ross. This is not a question for the Q&A section. I am looking for a way to get an email to Jerry Lawler. I went to his website and attempted to email him on there, from the spot that says, "Email the King", but it kicked back as undelivered. I am not some raving, psycho fan, trailer trash kind of guy. I took my family to the King's new restaurant on Beale St. in Memphis, and I would like to pass along a sincere assessment of my experience concerning our time there. I am a former pub owner, so i am somewhat knowledgeable in the operation of an eating/drinking establishment. Do you have any ideas for me as far as getting the email to him? Thank you for your time. Johnny
      J.R.'s Answer:

      You can try Tweeting Jerry at @JerryLawler or simply call his place and ask to speak to Randy Hales.  

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    • bigdan316 Asks: J.R, You must be thrilled about sharing the stage again with "Happy" Heyman. As much as I enjoyed you and Jerry Lawler as a broadcast team I equally enjoyed you and Paul E. just as much because they both knew how to be antagonists in different ways. King was the proverbial "high school freshman" and Paul was the prototypical "big mouth" you'd hear call in to a sports radio show. I can't wait to read about it on here he and you are legendary.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Indeed Friday night in NYC with Paul Heyman is going to be terrific. He's an amazing talent. 

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    • Natural13 Asks: Two questions quick would we ever see jim ross on an episode of table for 3 and would you even remotely consider doing a podcast for the wwe network similar to steve austin and chris jericho
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Certainly possible on my end as I'm always interested in doing new projects and having new experiences. 

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    • Ahmed Chowdhury Asks: I know your not into politics like myself however, I want to get your opinion as 1 of the citizen of America. Many Americans who either lost their jobs or chose to not work over the last few years, they are either looking for a job now, or they are lazy to find a job. I know the country is paying money to fix streets, schools, etc with our tax money that we pay. I know to become a President it is not a easy job, and President Obama did his best during his time. As of last weekend, Donald Trump created 1 million jobs after he became our President about 7 months ago. Do you think America needs to be little bit strict on their policy on who to have benefits from the government, and who should not? I think in order for them to get the benefits they should a legal proof. Now a days people lie to get what they want, how do I know? I saw it and heard it. Thanks.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      If you know that I am not one to pontificate about politics then why do you think I'll answer this one?  Same goes for religion. Plus, you can't possibly think that I can or will answer the amount/volume of questions that you submit. Thanks.

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    • Ahmed Chowdhury Asks: How much pressure do you think both Lincoln Riley and Tom Herman are in to not only succeed for their team, as well as their teams have to carry the load for the Big 12 Conference? Other conferences such as SEC, ACC, PAC 10, and Big 10, they have more than 3 or 4 contenders to succeed. As for Big 12, its both Texas and Oklahoma who would have to carry the load for their conference. Thanks.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Oklahoma State and others might disagree with you but both Riley and Herman are rising stars .  The Big 12 isn;t a two team league. 

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    • theoriginaldnh Asks: Hi JR. I'm a huge Bobby Heenan fan + loved to hate him + the other male managers back in the late 80's/early 90's. Do you see male managers ever making a comeback? A perfect role for Enzo in my opinion
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Heenan is a once in a lifetime talent. The role of a manager is daunting to say the least. Seems like it is a dying skill set.  Someone will likely get a shot in some similar role but that;s an iffy assumption. 

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    • Oldtymefan Asks: Hi JR, Just curious about your opinion of the 'hot potato' status of the US title. Three title changes in a week seems a bit much to me.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I'm not a fan of frequent title changes in any pro wrestling genre.  

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Upcoming Appearances

  •  Live with JR & The King
    Thursday, August 16, 2018 - 7:30pm CDT

    The Voice of the Attitude Era- Bold, Uncensored, and Live
     
    Jim "JR" Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler formed the most iconic broadcast duo in professional wrestling history. During the Attitude Era, the most famous of its kind, JR and The King took over the TV screens of millions of fans watching around the world. From broadcasting matches of Stone Cold and The Rock, to Chris Jericho and Mick Foley, their voices are synonymous with the Attitude Era. The duo recently worked together at Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans, LA and at WWE's Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia.
     
    "Live with JR & The King" is a unique and comprehensive two-man show that offers fans an in-depth perspective of the world of professional wrestling. Commencing with story-telling of wrestling’s past and present, the show transitions to a no-holds barred, unfiltered Q+A.
     
    Jim Ross, or famously referred to as "Good Ol’ J.R.", has been one of wrestling’s most influential figures over the better part of four decades, both as an executive and as the most recognizable announcer in the business. Known to sports entertainment fans around the world as the Voice of Professional Wrestling, J.R. has traveled the world and had a ringside seat for some of the most amazing moments in pro wrestling history. JR's weekly podcast on Westwood One is one of the top podcasts in his respective categories, while his autobiography, SLOBBERKNOCKER has been atop the Amazon’s Pro-Wrestling category for over a year, further cementing his status as a NY Times Best Selling Author.

    Jerry "The King" Lawler has been a featured figure within sports-entertainment since the 1970s, as the pride of Memphis, Tenn. He has entertained fans most notably from the announce table as Raw’s most irrepressible broadcaster alongside JR, as well as a prominent in-ring competitor.

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  • Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 7:30pm CDT

    The Voice of the Attitude Era- Bold, Uncensored, and Live
     
    Jim "JR" Ross and Jerry "The King" Lawler formed the most iconic broadcast duo in professional wrestling history. During the Attitude Era, the most famous of its kind, JR and The King took over the TV screens of millions of fans watching around the world. From broadcasting matches of Stone Cold and The Rock, to Chris Jericho and Mick Foley, their voices are synonymous with the Attitude Era. The duo recently worked together at Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans, LA and at WWE's Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia.
     
    "Live with JR & The King" is a unique and comprehensive two-man show that offers fans an in-depth perspective of the world of professional wrestling. Commencing with story-telling of wrestling’s past and present, the show transitions to a no-holds barred, unfiltered Q+A.
     
    Jim Ross, or famously referred to as "Good Ol’ J.R.", has been one of wrestling’s most influential figures over the better part of four decades, both as an executive and as the most recognizable announcer in the business. Known to sports entertainment fans around the world as the Voice of Professional Wrestling, J.R. has traveled the world and had a ringside seat for some of the most amazing moments in pro wrestling history. JR's weekly podcast on Westwood One is one of the top podcasts in his respective categories, while his autobiography, SLOBBERKNOCKER has been atop the Amazon’s Pro-Wrestling category for over a year, further cementing his status as a NY Times Best Selling Author.

    Jerry "The King" Lawler has been a featured figure within sports-entertainment since the 1970s, as the pride of Memphis, Tenn. He has entertained fans most notably from the announce table as Raw’s most irrepressible broadcaster alongside JR, as well as a prominent in-ring competitor.

    Zanies Rosemont