There is no doubt that Jim Ross has one of the most respected minds in the wrestling business. In his latest blog post, he comments on a number of topics that have been recent headlines in the world of professional wrestling.

It had been reported that WWE superstar Paige had been suspended for her second violation of the company’s wellness policy. ” [I’m] concerned about Paige coming on the heels of her second wellness policy violation,” Ross said. “It’s never too late more often than not to make better decisions and changes in one’s life.  I’m pulling for the talented young woman to be happy and healthy, and wish her the best on her upcoming neck surgery.”

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Switching gears, Goldberg will be making his return to WWE programming next week on “Monday Night Raw,” and will no doubt respond to the challenge that Paul Heyman made on last week’s show. “I expect a straight forward, physical match with Lesnar winning in what I expect to be the last pro wrestling match that the Oklahoma native and former WCW phenom likely will ever have.”

TNA is complete turmoil right now, with the company’s future in uncertainty. “Rumors of tension between TNA’s Dixie Carter and Billy Corgan is outwardly uncomfortable for many TNA wrestlers or so some have told me,” Ross said. “One has to assume that major changes with this troubled brand are imminent.”

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