• MariahCareyLover Asks: Hey JR. Do you think Geno can take the reigns from Eli when the day comes that he hangs up his spikes or is that guy not even in College yet?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Iffy at this time. Only time will tell based on what we've seen thus far. 

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    • Mel Asks: For RV or Auto travelers. Carry a 1/2 inch paintbrush and JR's Ketchup with you. You can make anything from a Frito burrito to a quarter pounder taste better with little mess.☺️
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Great advice and thanks!!

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    • jakefromstatefarm_116 Asks: I don't know about you JR, but would you agree that our American news media today is a total embarrassment? Walter Cronkite and Peter Jennings would be rolling in their graves in my opinion.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      American politics and the news coverage of same is embarrassing. 

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    • nocturnal_neighbor Asks: Just listened to Stone Cold's podcast with you and it made my day. You are by far my favorite commentator of all time (Joey Styles is a close second). Your passion for wrestling and well for life is inspirational and heartening. I'm so happy you got to come back to the WWE and look forward to hearing you and Amy do the Mae Young Classic. I could go on stroking your ego but I'll conclude by asking my questions. Has anyone in the WWE or elsewhere approached you to come back in any other position (beside commentary)? I know you said you want to call the best matches of your life but do you have any itch to get involved behind the scenes or help out young talent in the wrestling business? Thank you and keep up the good work JR.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      I have no itch and am pleased with my role within WWE at this time. Not looking to relocate or do heavy travel.    

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    • Robertmcq Asks: Did you or lawler not know that mankind was going to fall onto your table from the top of the cage? I would imagine someone would tell you to get Up and move.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      We were unaware but smart enough to pay attention and move. 

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    • cm_peep Asks: J.r. in your opinion who do you think was better on the mic, bobby the brain or Jim cornette?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      They were both excellent and there was never anyone better than JC and The Brain. 

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    • Stillgamebbc2 Asks: What's you favourite non cowboy John Wayne film? Mine is Donovan's reef. Very underrated film. Which batman villain stars in it?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      The Quiet Man which is arguably my favorite John Wayne film.

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    • MariahCareyLover Asks: Hey JR. Why do you think The Punjabi Prison Match doesn't work on a higher level? I like it. I like things that are different. The thing with the doors,the two cages. I was really excited about Jinder and Randy Orton being in it. I preferred the first 2 more,there were some clunky parts but it wasn't nearly the dumpster fire people are making it out to be. Why does nobody like that match?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Might be the lines of sight that are restricted, the somewhat confusing rules and the fact that it's arguable that there hs ever been  Punjabi Prison match that was well received by the masses or so it seems. 

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    • RossReportFan Asks: I don't know how to categorize this, but, I started Podcasting & I wanted to ask you if you had any suggestion's for podcaster's who are brand new to it?
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Listen to al the podcasts that you can and borrow from the best one's the components that interest and entertain you the most. Good luck. 

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    • Andrew82 Asks: Big fan of the podcast been listening for three years now. My brother and I are a tag team on the Indy scene trained by Greg Gagne. My question, have you ever considered or would want to have Greg on your show? We obviously have his number. Thank you.
      J.R.'s Answer:

      Some day I'd enjoy catching up with Greg on my Podcast. I'm sure that he's got some great stories. 

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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.

    Zanies
  • 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