Jim Ross On WWE Pulling Kurt Angle & The Undertaker From Starrcast, Says Bray Wyatt’s New Gimmick Isn’t Good

On the latest edition of The Ross Report, Jim Ross talked about WWE pulling Kurt Angle and The Undertaker from Starrcast. Ross also talked about Bray Wyatt’s new character.

On WWE pulling Kurt Angle & The Undertaker from Starrcast:

“Unfortunately, The Undertaker and Kurt Angle will not be at Starrcast. They have been pulled by WWE and that was really mishandled, in my view. The decision should have been made a lot earlier in the game, yay or nay. I don’t know. It’s just awkward. That’s all I’m saying. Awkward. So, in any event, that’s the story, and poor old Conrad [Thompson]’s left to pick up the pieces, but I think he [has] done a phenomenal job.”

“This line-up for Starrcast is nothing short of incredible! And the Ric Flair roast, which yours truly will be a part of, should be really amazing. For me, it will depend on how many Moscow Mules I have indulged in. It should be fun. Las Vegas [Nevada], man.”

On Bray Wyatt’s new gimmick:

“Most folks are talking about Bray Wyatt and his reintroduction to television with his unique Firefly Fun House, which Pee Wee’s Funhouse… there are a lot of different things you can relate to or tie back to… Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood. But here’s my point. Fans, within a few seconds, had already deemed this a failure. And folks, I don’t know, sometimes a lot of us who have been around longer had been teased and kidded for being a ‘wrasslin’ fan’ all our life, and one of the reasons people make fun of us is because we can get very verbose about our opinions to the extreme of ridiculousness. Here’s the deal. Don’t judge too early. Let it play out a few weeks, for God’s sakes. Don’t make yourself look stupid because that’s what you do when in 30 seconds or a minute into a new presentation, it’s the drizzling doo doo – it’s not good.”<

Huskie Howard

Huskie Howard

Huskie Howard is the owner and editor-in-chief of WrestleFix.com. He is a long time contributor to WrestleOhio.com, where he is known for his extensive coverage of Ohio pro wrestling and interviews with the stars of the Ohio pro wrestling scene.

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