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Jim Ross Will Call WWE United Kingdom Championships

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WWE Hall of Fame color man Jim Ross will be bringing some star power to the UK fights, taped in Norich, England. The fights took place on May 6 and 7, and will feature commentary from beloved legend, JR.

Ross announced the news himself on his personal blog.

For the event, JR teamed up with “the talented Nigel McGuinesses” to call the fights, which will be appearing on the WWE Network later this month. It marks Ross’ first return to WWE action since Wrestlemainia 33 when the Undertaker specifically requested that he call his final match.

Initially believed to have been a one-time type occurrence, it later came to light that Ross had recently signed a two-year contract with the WWE, and would be returning to work for them.

While Ross doesn’t expect the same type of workload he experienced in the past, he said he doesn’t mind if he is need more than anticipated.

“I hope to have more ‘fun part’ assignments in the future, but I’ve got my jersey back,” he reiterated. “So if the team needs me to play, to work more than they anticipated because they need it, I’m in.”

Ross indicated excitement to be back with his “home team”, and the WWE community is happy to have him back as well. The voice for some many memorable moments within the ring, he will be appear to burn moments of prodigious excitement into the mind of a whole new generation now.

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Photo Credit: Jim Ross, Instagram

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