Jim Ross opens up on AEW future after “WWE Dynamite” botch on live show


Jim Ross called AEW Dynamite as WWE Dynamite but the veteran commentator wasn’t going down at all

The war between AEW and WWE might have cooled down a bit after NXT and Dynamite were scheduled on different days.

That stopped the ratings war in a bit, something that AEW had won. However, things between the performers has not stopped.

Jim Ross is one of the greatest commentators in WWE history
American commentator Jim Ross looks on prior to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl between the LSU Tigers and the Oklahoma Sooners at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 28, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Shotzi Blackheart took a shot at Chris Jericho’s fall onto crash pads and Y2J fired back at the NXT star.

Then, Eddie Kingston hit out at WWE during a promo but WWE Hall of Famer Bully Ray also criticised the AEW star and told him to stay in his lane.

AEW and WWE are on the minds of their rivals and legendary commentator Jim Ross also mixed things up by calling AEW Dynamite as WWE Dynamite.

He also called AEW Champion Kenny Omega as WWE Champion and social media had a field day with this.


Jim Ross not quitting AEW over botch

Ross is one of the wisest and most experienced men in the wrestling business and he raised his hands and apologized for the error.

He also confirmed he was not going to quit anytime soon, and was backed by Dave LaGreca too.

Botches happen all the time in wrestling and the role of a commentator is far from easy. Worse things have been said on live air, and there is no doubt Ross will be back better than ever next time around.

Memes have already surfaced regarding this botch, and well, the internet will have its fun over WWE Dynamite.

The show doesn’t actually exit but the AEW vs WWE wars will continue for a long time and this botch will be forgotten soon.

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