Jim Ross reflects on the final day of his WWE contract and shares some information about a documentary that WWE has in the works.
After 26 years, WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross' contract with WWE expired and he took to Twitter to reflect on his run with the sports-entertainment company. At the conclusion of his tweet, Ross noted that cameras arrived to his home to interview him for an Undertaker documentary that WWE has in the works.
Big day...it’s the final day of my contract with @WWE after 26 years.— Jim Ross (@JRsBBQ) March 29, 2019
A WWE camera crew arriving at my home today to record for an @undertaker documentary.
I’m honored to be a part of it. Great way to exit. pic.twitter.com/83mWALk8Pt
Jim Ross has called the action for New Japan Pro Wrestling on AXS TV and while recently guest appearing on ESPN's 'Outside The Lines', Ross shared that he has been in talks with All Elite Wrestling but no contracts have been signed and nothing is official in regards to his affiliation with the up-start company.
What is official are a number of matches for AEW's 'Double Or Nothing' show and to view the updated match card for the May 25th event, head over to Fightful's "events" page.