Jim Ross Blogs On Unifying Titles, Mick Foley Returning To WWE, Eddie Guerrero

  • Share

Jim Ross has posted a new blog entry over at his website JRsBarBQ.com. Today, he talks about the possibility of Mick Foley re-joining WWE after spending years in TNA, Eddie Guerrero’s number one moment in WWE, unifying the WWE World Championship belts, and Jim Ross’ lowest point in WWE. Below are a few of the highlights:

On unifying the WWE and World Heavyweight Championship: Do I think that WWE will unify the WWE and World Title? Nope. Plus, it isn’t something I spend too much time thinking about. ALL titles can be made to mean more which is more important to me that talk of unification.

Jim Ross’ lowest point in WWE: It wasn’t anything creatively I can assure you. Getting upset over storylines is stupid and, yes, I’ve been stupid many times, but losing both my parents at different times while on the WWE clock was obviously he lowest point for me. It’s amazing how some people constantly dig for dirt and would rather talk about a half empty glass than a half full one. Of course, I’ve been a part of creative that wasn’t my cup of tea but so what?

Eddie Guerrero’s #1 moment in WWE: I’d guess beating Brock Lesnar in the Cow Palace to win the title or wrestling in a main event at Wrestlemania. Hard to say but the Wrestlemania bout, as I recall, was facilitated because of the Cow Palace bout. Realistically, Eddie’s #1 moment should have been him gaining control of his demons and getting his personal life under control.

Mick Foley to make WWE return?: Better question for Mick to answer than me and he’s on Twitter. I don’t know. I do think that Mick’s best, on going assets are his verbal skills and not a long string of wrestling bouts. Mick’s PR value to any company is significant. Someone also asked if Mick vs. Undertaker at WM28 would make sense. For me, no. That ship has sailed and those two can never replicate what they once had and did back in the day nor do I think that they should try. However, Mick Foley is a great human being and certainly a future WWE Hall of Famer in my eyes. Mick is another guy who would be a great mentor to young talents in any developmental system.

Leave a Reply