Various: Jim Ross on AEW’s House Show Plans Prior to Pandemic, New Vince McMahon Book, Indies

Jim Ross Comments on AEW Working on House Show Plans Prior to Coronavirus Pandemic

A recent episode of the Wrestling Observer Radio show had Jim Ross as the guest. One of the topics discussed included Ross revealing that AEW had been working on plans to run house show live events prior to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Absolutely and I think that’s the plan. There were some live events penciled into the schedule until the virus. You can’t get better working one night of the week. It doesn’t matter who you are. There are some minor exceptions. Chris Jericho doesn’t need to work three or four days of the week to be grateful. He can be great working on Wednesday nights. But a lot of guys need to continue to work under the supervision of the coaches in AEW to continue to learn the fundamentals, primarily slowing down, using psychology and selling. [Just] because you’ve been in the business for 10 years doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a 10-year veteran. It could mean you’ve had the same experience 10 times. Getting house shows is important for development talent and for revenue going forward, but who the hell knows when is that going to be? It won’t be any time soon apparently.”

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