Jim Ross Talks Owens, Jericho, Goldberg, And Luke Harper

Jim Ross thinks Kevin Owens versus Chris Jericho would be magic. 

On Wednesday, Jim Ross wrote in his blog that he looks forward to when the friendship of Owens and Jericho ends. 

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"I'm arguably more interested in the Chris Jericho/Kevin Owens business than any other personal issue on the RAW brand. Rollins certainly helps that storyline as well but the magic that might be an Owens-Jericho match/rivalry is measurable," Ross wrote.

On Raw, Bill Goldberg returned to WWE to answer Brock Lesnar's challenge to a rematch. Their last match was at Wrestlemania XX which Ross commentated. In his blog, Ross seemed optimistic about the match at Survivor Series.

"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," Ross wrote.

Ross also watched Smackdown Live. He did not enjoy the segments featuring Bray Wyatt and Randy Orton but did find one bright spot.  

"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. I see a valuable upside in Luke Harper whose skill set will allow him to perform with anyone and have solid to excellent bouts," Ross wrote.

Luke Harper returned at the last Smackdown exclusive pay-per-view WWE No Mercy. He had been injured since before the brand split and draft.

Ross' blogs are published on JrsBarBQ.com

 

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