Jim Ross Speaks About Goldberg/Lesnar, Wyatt & Orton and More!

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Jim Ross has has posted his latest blog entry at JRsBarBQ.com and here are some highlights:
On Goldberg’s RAW return: “Solid show that was highlighted by the return of Bill Goldberg who closed the show late in the third hour to reveal his decision as to whether he would or would not compete with Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series in Toronto on Sunday November 20. The segment worked in a major way IMO and the fans seemed t embrace the Oklahoma native warmly. Personally, I would not place Goldberg vs Lesnar last on the card at Survivor Series and I also think that they can tell a solid story in approximately 15 minutes bell to bell. I’m very curious to see the match that I hope fans will be intelligent enough to reserve judgment on the match until they see the presentation.”

On the Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton feud: “Not sold on all the hocus pocus that’s intertwined in the Bray Wyatt-Randy Orton storyline but I’m willing to allow it to evolve because I’m a fan of both talents. I honestly think that Orton is more effective/comfortable as a villain and I’ve long said that Bray Wyatt has the potential to be a big time, character ‘face.”

On the Undertaker’s wrestling future after surgery: “Regarding the litany of Undertaker questions that we have received both here on our site and via Facebook and Twitter @JRsBBQ, the Deadman apparently had a minor hip procedure completed recently. This procedure will have little to no bearing on Taker performing at WM33 in Orlando next April based on what I know. It also doesn’t mean that Taker will compete on the grand stage in 2017 but at this point I’d be surprised if he didn’t. If the next Wrestlemania is Taker’s last one, then one has to assume that WWE will do nothing but capitalize on this golden opportunity market the career and accomplishments of the Undertaker with an historic weekend. To this entire matter, one can merely say. ‘Stay tuned.’”