Ross informs that his book, “Slobberknocker: My Life in Wrestling” is now available wherever books are sold. This has been a long, interesting journey for him with a lot of twists and turns. The initial co-author, Scott E. Williams, passed suddenly away as they were in the middle of the project, and Ross’ wife, Jan, passed suddenly away as he was cluing up the project several months ago.
After his wife died he almost halted the project but he’s glad he changed his mind and decided to continue work on the book; he thought he owed that to both Williams and his wife. He’s very proud of the finished product and he can’t wait for his fans all around the world to read it.
Ross says he’s very much looking forward to Hell in A Cell this coming Sunday. He thinks this is a very deep card, and there are multiple matches that should be potential show-stealers. The Tag Team Championship match will take place inside Hell in A Cell, and Ross feels this definitely has a good chance to steal the show.
He suspects Jinder Mahal will emerge victorious in his WWE Title match against Nakamura, and he’s looking forward to the Baron Corbin/A.J. Styles match. He points out that Corbin’s about to enter the ring with the best in the business so he urges Corbin to bring his ‘A’ game and listen to Styles in the ring. He also thinks Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode are set to have a great match, and he feels the only way this match will fail is if the live audience starts to crap on it for some reason.