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    Ravagez

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    JR: Lesnar & Dana Not Talking, KOTR Tournament

    Post by Ravagez on Sun Nov 28, 2010 12:57 pm

    The following items are among a few highlights from Jim Ross' blog:

    -Ross on Brock Lesnar and Dana White: "Read on Yahoo Sports where UFC President Dana White and former UFC Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar haven't spoken since Brock's last fight. Not sure what to read into that except it is somewhat unusual for the head honcho and one of his company's biggest attractions to not be communicating directly. Knowing Brock, he's probably in the woods in some isolated place hunting deer or some other big game. One would assume that Lesnar will fight again in the late spring of 2011 or at least I'm sure that Lesnar fans, like me, hope."

    -Ross on Lesnar's next fight: "To me Brock Lesnar's next opponent is a no brainer. It should be Frank Mir who is as good as they come in verbally selling a PPV fight in UFC. Mir hung Lesnar's first loss on Brock to which the Minnesotan avenged evening their personal score at 1-1. Why not have the 'rubber match?' No one seemed to mind a 'rubber match' between BJ Penn and Matt Hughes recently even though the ending came in a shockingly abrupt manner."

    -Ross on the King of the Ring tournament: "I am very anxious to watch Raw this Monday and see how the King of the Ring Tournament goes. Looking at the qualifiers it would seem that several could theoretically win the tourney. Somehow, King Sheamus has a ring to it but so does King Morrison. The bigger question may be who gets the nod, a Raw wrestler or a Smackdown wrestler? I just hope that none of the matches are rushed."

    Other topics include how Steve Austin spent his Thanksgiving, C.M. Punk on commentary, TNA, UFC, and more.


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