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'RINGSIDE: An Evening with Jim Ross' will make a stop in New Orleans at the House of Blues for a show on Thursday April 3. I'm biased but I'm thinking this is a great way to kickoff all the WrestleMania activities in NOLA for WM30. Spread the word and I hope to see many of you there for a fun evening. It's an 18 or over show due to the venue. Ticket info coming ASAP but the date is set. I hope that you will make our show a part of your WrestleMania 30 experience while you are visiting New Orleans.
Tickets for my NYC 'RINGSIDE' show are on sale now at the Gramercy Theatre box office and all Ticketmaster outlets including ticketmaster.com. Two shows in NYC on Saturday March 1. Tickets are selling quickly.
Enjoyed Monday Night RAW from Providence as it had several moments that stood out to me within the marathon, three hour broadcast.
Thought that having more in ring product and keeping the stars in front of the live audience was a good thing.
The show had a great deal of wrestling which I like. Obviously , some of the in ring content was better than others but that's nothing new.
My mantra of maximizing one's minutes was in full play and Damien Sandow and Kofi Kingston come to mind as two guys who did just that.
The Warrior package was slick as no one really touches WWE TV production on matters such as this. The decision to roll Warrior out first for the upcoming Hall of Fame class was strategic as it certainly has fans talking.
I first met Warrior when he was 'Rock' and Sting's partner in the Bladerunner tag team in Bill Watts' Mid South Wrestling. I think that Warrior who legally changed his name from Jim Helwig to Warrior years ago was a doctor of chiropractor before he got into wrestling.
As I recall, Gary Hart had a great deal to do with the creation of the Dingo Warrior in the World Class/Dallas territory as I recall.
The Ultimate Warrior was one of WWE's all time most polarizing performers who was a massive star while being one of the most unique TV personas ever in WWE.
I'm still hopeful that WWE inducts Dan Hodge into the WWE HOF this year.
Thought RAW was well organized inasmuch as there was ample star talents early that engaged me as a viewer and the show evolved to end on an amazingly high note.
The show closing moments involving Daniel Bryan and Bray Wyatt was reminiscent of the Attitude Era as it relates to raw passion and the fans totally buying into the production.
I said it last night on Twitter @JRsBBQ that Daniel Bryan was the hottest commodity in WWE today....by far. The connection that he's made with the audience, which more often than not, can't be manufactured is priceless.
Daniel Bryan sitting on top of the cage and the sold out crowd chanting Yes! Yes! Yes! was Austin-esque in my eyes. The closing moments of RAW is what one always looks to achieve when formatting a TV show. That special moment that becomes a 'moment.'
Daniel Bryan is a legit bookers dream. Highly skilled and can make anyone that he competes with appear better, no locker room issues or bad, personal habits and he's respectful and reliable. The perfect pro. Good role model for any young talent wanting to succeed.
Don't overlook the fact of how much this piece of business helped young, Bray Wyatt, too. Now fans have a legit reason to not cheer the Wyatts which they really didn't before.
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