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  • James William "Jim" Ross (January 3, 1952) is a professional wrestling commentator, referee, restaurateur, occasional wrestler, currently signed to WWE, where he works as a commentator and worled as a talent relations consultant. Ross was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest announcers in wrestling history. He is known affectionately by wrestling fans as "Good Ol' JR". Outside of professional wrestling, Ross has developed his own brand of barbecue sauces and cookbooks.
  • The best and by far the most popular wrestling commentator there currently is, but is too old, speaks with a southern accent and most be replaced by somebody younger, incompetent and hated at the first possible opportunity. He must also be humiliated too.
  • James William "Jim" Ross (born January 3, 1952) is a professional wrestling commentator, referee, restaurateur, occasional wrestler, and former company executive of WWE, where he worked as a commentator and as a talent relations consultant. Ross was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007. He is known affectionately by wrestling fans as "Good Ol' JR" and widely regarded as the voice of the WWE. Outside of professional wrestling, Ross has developed his own brand of barbecue sauces and cookbooks.
  • He played junior hockey in Toronto with the De La Salle Academy Oaklands in 1944-45 and 1945-46. The next season Ross went back to Britain with the Perth Panthers. Ross played senior hockey until 1951 when he got his chance with the Rangers. He played 51 games in 1951-52 and 11 games the next season. He then was sent to the Saskatoon Quakers of the Western Hockey League. Ross played there until his retirement in 1955. Ross coached the Quakers for part of the 1955-56 season.
  • James William "Jim" Ross (a.k.a. "Good Ol' JR" or just "JR") is one of the greatest (and most beloved) commentators in the history of Professional Wrestling, having provided commentary for the WWE for almost 20 years (and having worked for several other promotions, including WCW, prior to starting with WWF/E). In addition, he is the man behind his own brand of barbecue sauce, has written cookbooks, and has opened a barbecue restaurant. He is also close friends with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He is semi-retired from commentating now, though he does come back every now and then. In his spare time, he also runs a website that peddles his own brand of condiments and barbecue products.
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  • James William "Jim" Ross (January 3, 1952) is a professional wrestling commentator, referee, restaurateur, occasional wrestler, currently signed to WWE, where he works as a commentator and worled as a talent relations consultant. Ross was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest announcers in wrestling history. He is known affectionately by wrestling fans as "Good Ol' JR". Outside of professional wrestling, Ross has developed his own brand of barbecue sauces and cookbooks.
  • The best and by far the most popular wrestling commentator there currently is, but is too old, speaks with a southern accent and most be replaced by somebody younger, incompetent and hated at the first possible opportunity. He must also be humiliated too.
  • James William "Jim" Ross (born January 3, 1952) is a professional wrestling commentator, referee, restaurateur, occasional wrestler, and former company executive of WWE, where he worked as a commentator and as a talent relations consultant. Ross was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2007. He is known affectionately by wrestling fans as "Good Ol' JR" and widely regarded as the voice of the WWE. Outside of professional wrestling, Ross has developed his own brand of barbecue sauces and cookbooks.
  • James William "Jim" Ross (a.k.a. "Good Ol' JR" or just "JR") is one of the greatest (and most beloved) commentators in the history of Professional Wrestling, having provided commentary for the WWE for almost 20 years (and having worked for several other promotions, including WCW, prior to starting with WWF/E). In addition, he is the man behind his own brand of barbecue sauce, has written cookbooks, and has opened a barbecue restaurant. He is also close friends with Stone Cold Steve Austin. He is semi-retired from commentating now, though he does come back every now and then. In his spare time, he also runs a website that peddles his own brand of condiments and barbecue products. As usual, That Other Wiki has additional information on his life and career.
  • He played junior hockey in Toronto with the De La Salle Academy Oaklands in 1944-45 and 1945-46. The next season Ross went back to Britain with the Perth Panthers. Ross played senior hockey until 1951 when he got his chance with the Rangers. He played 51 games in 1951-52 and 11 games the next season. He then was sent to the Saskatoon Quakers of the Western Hockey League. Ross played there until his retirement in 1955. Ross coached the Quakers for part of the 1955-56 season.
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