The Ross Report Recap w/ Kane – Status Of His Wrestling Career, Relationship with Paul Bearer, Is Undertaker Done? More!

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Jacobs informs that he’s been interested in politics his entire life, but those interests have advanced as he’s gotten older. He hopes to run a positive campaign because there’s already enough negativity in politics nowadays, and he doesn’t think his career in wrestling will be used in a negative light by the other candidates. He says that if grown men use entertainment as a way to bash him, the country is in a very sad state.

Jacobs and Ross send their best wishes to Ric Flair, who was hospitalized over the weekend. Jacobs says that Flair voluntarily flew in to help him campaign several weeks ago, and he was very thankful of Flair for doing that. He admits to being shocked when he heard the news of Flair’s hospitalization, but he’s praying for a full and speedy recovery.

Jacobs says that he agrees with Ross in the sense that Braun Strowman has an opportunity to be the next big thing in WWE. He points out that when Strowman first came up to the main roster he was very green in the ring, but he has put a lot of work in and his improvements have been staggering. Ross says that he spoke with Strowman at WrestleMania, and Strowman told him that one of his goals is to have Ross call one of his matches. Ross says he can’t put into words how much that meant to him that day.

Ross says that he considers himself very lucky to have been around the wrestling business during it’s prime, and Jacobs agrees. Jacobs adds that he probably didn’t appreciate it as much as he should have during that time, but he certainly appreciates it now. He says that life is all about timing, and the attitude era/Monday night war era was a pretty exciting time to be in the wrestling business.

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