During the debut edition of All Elite Wrestling Collision in Chicago on June 17, Jim Ross joined the commentary team but struggled with a hoarse voice throughout the broadcast.
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According to an update from Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it seems unlikely that Ross will be back to commentate on AEW TV anytime soon. The WWE Hall of Famer is uncertain about his return as his voice has not fully recovered.
The 71-year-old veteran announcer has been a part of professional wrestling since the late 70s, working for various promotions including NWA, WCW, WWE, NJPW, and AEW.
Ross has been with AEW since 2019, initially as part of the Dynamite broadcast team and later transitioning to Rampage. Although he occasionally calls matches for Dynamite and selected pay-per-view events, his regular return remains uncertain.
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