WWE Hall of Fame Jim Ross recently took part in an interview with RollingStone.com. One of the more interesting highlights was his view on the current state of WWE:
"I look at WWE more like they're reloading rather than regrouping. But I do think it's a transitional period, and it's creating a lot of talk, because the fans are unsure of where the future's leading. Somebody's gotta replace John Cena. Who's it going to be? So there's a lot of unknown, but I don't perceive it to be overtly negative. In this case, the talents didn't go to another wrestling company. Some of them just got old. Some of them just got injured. Here's the deal: As a football team, you're always obligated to develop a backup quarterback. So, I think the mistake the WWE's made is that they haven't developed that backup quarterback as readily as they would have liked. But it isn't formulaic. You gotta have a real good eye for talent, and you gotta create the right kind of people. I think it's a unique time in the business, and it's a unique time to study it."
J.R. also talks on the possibility of another Attitude Era, re-introducing Sting the 2015 Royal Rumble and more.
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