Jim Ross says Sin Cara's and Chris Jericho's fight was not a big deal.
Sunday, Sin Cara and Chris Jericho were involved in a physical altercation on a WWE tour bus. The two were traveling with the Raw roster on their way to Glasgow, Scotland. Ross wrote about the incident in his blog Monday.
"Caught up with Chris Jericho Monday morning to check in regarding the reports of a 'fight' that Y2J had at a WWE event in the U.K. with Sin Cara. Chris said it was largely about nothing and that it resembled more of a scuffle than a full fledged fight. Sin Cara threw one punch and then the minor melee was broken up. Tensions often times rise on these extended, international tours which can bring out the worst in people. This scrap apparently occurred on the bus in route to Glasgow. At the end of the day, it was seemingly much to do about not that much on a slow news day online. (Bill Watts would have made the two fight to get the angst out of their systems. Cowboy did just that with Butch Reed and John Nord)," wrote Ross .
After the incident, Sin Cara was asked to take anger management classes. Both Jericho and Sin Cara have been involved in backstage altercations before. Jericho tussled with Brock Lesnar and Sin Cara fought with Simon Gotch.
Ross posts his blogs weekly or more frequent. This blog also covered his future interviews and the possibility of Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania 33. The blogs are available at JRBarBQ.com.
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