See What Jim Ross Posted On His Blog On Retirement Gossips, John Cena’s Injury And Undetaker’s WrestleMania 32 Opponent

Jim Ross recently updated his posts on his blog at JRsBarBQ.com stating his views on the issues surrounding John Cena’s injury as well as the likely opponent for Undetaker at the WrestleMania 32. He also used the medium to clear the air on the rumors being generated about his retirement. See his highlights below:
John Cena’s injury:
“Not surprising to get a succinct, positive text message response from the injured John Cena, the WWE’s top star whose availability at Wrestlemania Texas is obviously in doubt. Luckily for WWE, they had not yet pulled the trigger on Cena’s Wrestlemania Texas opponent which helps WWE move forward without John. The good news is that once WWE books the WM32 card they can begin establishing their stories that lead to AT&T Stadium on April 3. For those wondering, there is PLENTY of time to get a handful of talents HOT and ready to perform before what I still believe will be over 100,000+ fans. Today’s short attention span society that comprise many wrestling fans will participate in a compelling series of stories leading into ‘Mania likely more compatibly than previous generations as it relates to a shorter than ideal timeline to build a card.”

See Also: BACKSTAGE NEWS: After 11 Years, WWE Teases Popular Superstar To Return To Actions — See What Jim Ross Says…

Undertaker’s WrestleMania 32 opponent:
“Who wrestles Taker at WM32 is a question that I’m getting a lot. First of all, I have no idea. Secondly, someone can be made ready between now and April 3 for Taker especially if the opportunity exists to put the Deadman in jeopardy. Perhaps, and this is merely one of many ideas that one can come up with, Luke Harper, with the Wyatt Family, would give the Undertaker a quality match and no matter the outcome Harper would be better because of the booking. I could see the Wyatt Family, lead by Harper , turning on Bray Wyatt, who could then get the ‘rub’ from Taker to become a long overdue, in my opinion, character baby face.”
Retirement rumors:
“For the record, I’m not deceased and neither is my broadcasting career for those keeping score at home. I merely say, “Stay tuned.””
Much more is contained in Ross’ latest blog, including his thoughts on the Balor Club, WWE’s rumored NJPW signings and much more. You can check out the full entry at this link.
Also, don’t forget to get your tickets for Jim Ross’ RINGSIDE show Wrestlemania weekend over at Ticketmaster!