Jim Ross Thinks He And Jerry Lawler Could Do A One-Off Commentary Reunion In AEW

Jim Ross comments on possibly working with Jerry Lawler again.

Jerry Lawler's time with WWE came to an end in May with the company opting to not renew his talent contract. Lawler is now a free agent, and Jim Ross could see the two reuniting in AEW.

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"I think so," Ross said on Busted Open Radio when asked if there was a place for a one-night reunion, possibly when AEW comes to Memphis. "A one-off. I don't think he wants to re-invest in a weekly schedule. I certainly don't. I'm only doing pay-per-views now for Tony Khan and I'm very comfortable and happy with that. People say, 'Well, you should, you're only working one day a month.' What about those other 50 years I put in? I've paid my dues and I'm happy with my schedule. I'm happy that Tony Khan is respectful enough to manage my schedule so I can live a little longer. I still get excited about it."

Ross has been with AEW since the company started five years ago, going from the lead announcer on AEW Dynamite to calling the main event matches on pay-per-view as his health as gotten worse over the years.

Ross and Lawler were the lead commentary team for WWE Raw during the Attitude Era.

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