Josh Stewart of Newsday has an interview with WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross, who was discussing his MMA announcing debut at tonight's Battlegrounds MMA pay-per-view. Here are a few highlights:
Making his MMA announcing debut:
"It's [calling MMA] high on my list. Something I wanted to do while I was still motivated to do it."
Working with Chael Sonnen tonight:
"I felt like watching him work on Fox, and Chael's work on UFC, that I could work with him. He was always entertaining, always informative, I felt he had excellent timing, so I felt I could have a blast working with this guy."
Announcing during the Attitude Era:
"He [Vince McMahon] was so busy being an omnipresent role in that soap opera, we weren't produced as heavily as subsequently, when he was back to being the full-time chairman. All those things really gave us the freedom to express ourselves."
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