Wrestling veteran Jim Ross has faced a series of health challenges in recent memory adding to concerns stemming from his previous battles with life-threatening diseases, most recently subjected to hip cancer. Despite successfully overcoming that initial health scare, Ross has landed back in the hospital again for potentially another issue.

The current AEW commentator took to his Twitter/X to announce that he has been admitted to the medical facility once again to have three ports in his chest removed as part of his healing process.

“Back at you hospital getting three ports in my chest removed. Another step in the healing process. 🙏🤠.”

It is well known that Jim Ross has been facing major health issues for years, which has led to the WWE Hall of Famer taking continuous breaks in between his duties at AEW’s television programming and backstage.


Amidst these health setbacks, speculation arose regarding the status of Ross’s contract with AEW, which was reportedly nearing expiration. However, JR signed a new contract shortly after and stated that 2024 would be his final tenure with the company as an announcer.

With Jim Ross facing continuous health scares over the last few years and landing back in the hospital again, it seems that the time has come for the veteran commentator to close the chapter of his career in the wrestling world and put complete focus on improving his condition and living a healthy life. Ringside News extends its wishes to Jim Ross for his health and well-being.

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