WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross was recently interviewed by TheScore.com, where he spoke about his belief that after Bill Goldberg’s big return against Brock Lesnar at this Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view, there may not be any big name stars from the past that haven’t already returned for a run or appearance in modern day WWE.
“I don’t know who else is out there that hasn’t already been saddled up and ridden to the big dance,” Ross told the official website of the Canadian media outlet.
When asked about the possibility of Kurt Angle returning for one last hurrah, “Good Ole’ J.R.” admitted that he would fit the bill, but after him, that’s probably it.
“For him to come back for a one-off, a WrestleMania match, coinciding with a Hall of Fame induction, something along those lines – I think would be great promotion, and the fans would probably embrace that idea,” JR said.
The WWE Hall Of Famer concluded, “He may be the last guy out there we could name that would fit the bill of the returning, conquering hero back in the fold for a one-off.”
Check out Bill Goldberg’s in-ring return after a 12-year hiatus when he meets “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar in a featured attraction bout at this Sunday’s WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view from Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Check out Jim Ross’ official website at JRsBarBQ.com and listen to “The Ross Report” podcast every Tuesday evening at PodcastOne.com/A>.