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J.R. Blog: Mickie James Entering A Different Business, Upcoming Roundtable Topics

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Jim Ross has posted his latest blog entry on his official website, which you can read in its entirety at at Her are some highlights from his latest entry:

- “Busy week for me next week leaving OKC Saturday for New Orleans and the Extreme Rules PPV on Sunday then it’s a drive to Lafayette on Monday for a Superstars match and then more driving to Biloxi for Friday Night Smackdown’s weekly taping on Tuesday night. That’s followed by an early morning flight on Wednesday to NYC for a Wednesday night taping of two Roundtable WWE 24/7 shows before returning home on Thursday. Whew. The glamorous world of sport entertainment.”

- Upcoming topics for WWE’s roundtable discussion panel show on Classics on Demand: “The two Roundtable shows will be concerning “Wrestling with Patriotism” and “Giants” in the wrestling biz. The “Patriotism” show will address utilizing stereotypes in creating rivalries while “Giants” will be about wrestling’s biggest superstars and what made them great and who came up a little short and who should have been better considering their natural gifts. I do not know when these two shows will air on 24/7 but assume it will be a few months as these programs take enormous editing. Mean Gene Okerlund will host this foray and the panel will include, as of now, Michael Hayes, Sgt. Slaughter, perhaps Pat Patterson (not confirmed) and me.”

- Working on an upcoming WWE trading card project: “Yours truly will be working with Topps Trading Cards on an upcoming WWE trading card project. I will be writing the content that will appear on the back’s of the cards. With being a life long card collector this should be a fun project on which to work.”

- Thoughts on Ric Flair: “It looks like Ric Flair is completely finished with ROH, or at least that’s my take on it, and that Flair will eventually wrestle again for promoters abroad but not wrestle for WWE. Flair seems destined for a reoccurring role on WWE TV but I don’t know the details of such or the time line. After being punted by Randy Orton Monday night in Birmingham, one would not expect to see Naitch back on WWE TV for quite some time. Right?”

- Mickie James possibly entering the country music world: “Mickie James, arguably the WWE’s most talented in ring diva, is contemplating trying her hand at country music as Mickey has apparently written several songs and is preparing to do a demo as I understand it. This doesn’t mean Mickey is leaving wrestling whatsoever. I wish her luck if she decides to travel the country music road as it won’t be easy but neither was her getting in WWE.”

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