mrh1948 Asks: who in the last four months has left the wwe
Firstly, one hates to see anyone lose theri job. To answer your question I would suggest Domino who I thought had abilities and I still do. I hope all the guys that were released continue to pursue their dreams if wrestling is still what they want to do professionally.
SuperBeast BC Asks: Who in your eyes is the greatest wrestler of all time?
-Beau Jansson, Tracy, Ca
There will never be a right answer to this question. It is too subjective. What is the criteria? Athletic ability, longevity, strength, quickness, selling tickets, moving merchandise, selling pay per views, etc?
RHansen Asks: JR,
Having spent a good deal of time in Atlanta, I was wondering if you could recommend where to get some good BBQ in the Atlanta area.
Thanks a lot,
I used to get great "Q" at Fat Matt's Rib Shack. There really isn't a shortage of good BBQ in the Atlanta area. I even heard a Dreamland went in there but wasn't as good as the Alabama versions.
Terry Asks: Why does some of the Internet Wrestling reporters (losely worded) dislike the WWE so much? I`ve had a few theories, but what are yours.
Thanks from Terry
The WWE is the biggest dog in the hunt and they make the most news as a rule. I don't think "hate" is the right word but some purists still blame the WWE for changing the business from the old school way it was to a more sports entertainment presentation. Also, sensational headlines attract viewers...remember that controversey creates cash...and readers.
Mlowry Asks: What happened to J.R.'s Roasted Hot Pepper Sauce? Man, it was great! Will you be bringing this product back anytime soon?
Most likely in time. We just started making HOT BBQ sauce which is awesome but only if you like your sauce HOT! We hope tohave it up on the site soon. We are close to having all our sauces in smaller (12 oz) plastic bottles which will lessen the ridiculous shipping costs. We will revist the hot sauce.
JLeachman Asks: How does it feel to you that some people call the Attitude Era the "Jim Ross" era? Both are awesome times anyway, IMO due to the fact that so many stars were made at that time and really contributed to the wresting boom, and as most know, you were instrumental in getting these very special talents into the company. After you stepped down, there seemed to be a huge change in who was brought in and often times it seemed too early to bring in most, or sometimes it was questionable as to why they were brought up up the first place.
That's both flattering and undeserved. I happened to be in the right job at the right time and it was and still is always a team effort. I am, however, pleased to have been able to contribute to one of the biz's biggest eras.
JRMitch Asks: JR, without getting to personal, is the missus JR a wrestling fan? My wife "tolerates" wrestling, but I would not call her a fan, ha.
My wife has become a wrestling fan largely because of the relationships we have built with many wrestlers and their families over the years. Your wife might want to look at pro wrestling as simply a soap opera for men (and women) and if she takes the time to emotionally invest into the storiy lines she will enjoy the broadcasts much better.
webmaster Asks: What wood do you use to smoke meats?