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Jim Ross Q&A: Zack Ryder’s Role, Taker’s Last Match, More

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross has updated his Q&A section of JrsBarBq.com. Here are some questions he answered.

Any finishers you thought were ridiculous? If people bought a finish then obviously it wasn’t ridiculous. Nothing comes to mind.

Favorite decade in wrestling: I’ve loved every thing about my career and each decade brought different rewards. Not one decade stands above another to me.

Any matches that you can recall in which the opponents had legitimate animosity towards one another? Many talents performed who did not like each other. Too many to name and I’m not one to throw unprofessional people under the bus. Every wrestler isn’t buddies with his opponent contrary to what some skeptics think. Their obligation is to entertain the paying customers and if they want to fight to do it elsewhere.

According to some rumors WrestleMania 32 would take place in Arlington, Texas at AT&T Stadium. So do you feel that it would be Taker’s last? He wouldn’t complete 25-0? No one has any idea on that matter. Any speculation is just that plus who said he needed to be 25-0? Taker and Mother Nature are the only people who know how he sill feel in the next few years.

Do you think Zack Ryder will ever be a champion in the WWE again, he has the ability and is good on the mic. I don’t see what he has done wrong. Why does Ryder have to have done something wrong to be in the creative role that he’s been currently cast. Remember, it’s an entertainment show and men and women have TV personas that they have been cast. Hopefully, for you and other Ryder fans, he will be cast differently. I don’t think enough fans take Ryder seriously enough. At times he’s too comedic.

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