Jim Ross, renowned commentator and a key figure in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), has expressed his interest in being part of the broadcast team for AEW Collision, even if it means compromising his live football-watching habits.
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Having served as the voice of WWE Raw and WWE pay-per-views for many years, Ross joined AEW in 2019. Since then, he has been involved in commentary for AEW Dynamite, AEW Rampage, and AEW pay-per-views at various times. With the recent confirmation by Warner Bros. Discovery that AEW is set to premiere another TV show, AEW Collision on Saturday, June 17, Ross was asked to share his thoughts during an episode of Grilling JR.
While Ross admitted not having much information about the show, as details have been kept under wraps, he believes that if fans are given a reason to tune in on Saturday nights, they will do so. Despite the potential conflict with his football-watching schedule, Ross expressed his desire to be part of the broadcast team for AEW Collision.
“I don’t know a lot about the show… Saturday night’s a challenging night for television. It just is… I hope to broadcast that show, even though it’ll kill my football on Saturday nights… That’s the great thing about streaming and all those things. I can watch my ball game, I just may not be able to watch it live,” Ross revealed.
Ross’s enthusiasm to contribute to AEW Collision demonstrates his dedication to the promotion and his willingness to adapt to schedule conflicts. While the details of the show are yet to be unveiled, fans can anticipate an exciting addition to AEW’s programming lineup.
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