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Jim Ross responds to news article about his return

By : WrestlingDotCom News Posted on

Jim Ross commented on his blog about a recent interview in the UK Sun where Jerry Lawler indicated Ross to return by WrestleMania 26. Below is Ross’ response.

“Read on line where I was returning to WWE at WrestleMania. This info was attributed to my friend and former broadcast partner Jerry Lawler. I don’t know if I confused the King when we last spoke or if he was simply misquoted which is more likely but the story is not accurate. When talking with Jerry about when I was going to return, I mentioned that there was NO time table due to not knowing when the facial nerve on the right side of my face was going to kick start. I mentioned that IF it was going to be close to WrestleMania that it might be good just to wait and return at WM26. The facial nerve could ignite tomorrow…or next week…or 2-4 months from now. No one knows.”

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