Jim Ross Blogs About RAW 1,000: Austin Not Being Theree, Lesnar & The Rock

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross is back with his latest blog, which you can read in its entirety at JRsBarBQ.com. In this installment, JR talks about Monday’s historic RAW 1,000 show. Here are some highlights of what JR wrote about:

The Rock: “Good to see The Rock as he made his rounds to say hello to everyone before preparing for what was obviously a busy and entertaining night. Rock committing to perform in the main event at the 2013 Royal Rumble obviously has Wrestlemania 29 implications or it would seem.”

The Undertaker: “Ate lunch with the Undertaker and we essentially talked about one thing…the upcoming football season. I suggested that he needed to come to an Oklahoma-Texas game in the Cotton Bowl some day and he quickly corrected me by calling the Red River Rivalry the TEXAS-Oklahoma game.”

Brock Lesnar: “It was also great catching up with Brock Lesnar who I hadn’t talked to since the night he beat Shane Carwin in a UFC Main Event in Las Vegas. That was one where Brock weathered a fierce storm to submit Carwin in the second round. Lesnar looks great and was beet red from being outdoors doing all the farming that he undertakes. I assume that WWE fans will see much more of the “Next Big Thing” between now and Summerslam when he faces HHH in the main event. You can tell a great deal about a man by not only how they shake one’s hand but also by the “feel’ of said hand. Lesnar’s reminded me of my Dad’s hands, large and calloused.

If I could ‘manufacture’ a wrestler he likely would resemble Brock Lesnar. Big, strong, fast and nasty. It’s hard to fully understand an athlete like Lesnar who is so big and still retains amazing agility and speed.”

Steve Austin Missing The Show: “We all missed Steve Austin not being there but with Steve under going major knee surgery just a few weeks ago and still hobbling around on crutches, it just wasn’t in the cards. I can assure you from talking to him on numerous occasions that he wanted to attend but it simply wasn’t physically feasible. Steve’s knee was in deplorable shape from the years of wear and tear on the football field and in the ring. Flying in an airplane for a few hours isn’t the smartest thing a guy can do in that condition especially so soon after surgery and before rehab has commenced. Most fans understand while a handful of jackasses who go into business for themselves don’t.

For anyone to truly think that Stone Cold Steve Austin, a man who defined Monday Night Raw during its biggest years, wouldn’t want to attend the very broadcast that he helped put on the map is pet coon goofy.”

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