JR Says Calling Undertaker vs. HHH Was His WWE Highlight Of The Year

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Jim Ross has a new blog entry available on his official website. In it, he gives the highlight of his WWE year. Below is an excerpt:

Been asked the highlight of my WWE year and without question it was being afforded the opportunity by WWE upper management to broadcast the HIAC bout at WM28 featuring the Undertaker, HHH and @ShawnMichaels. Big time bucket list memory for me and a night that I'll always fondly remember. I'm hopeful that I can call one bout at WM29 just to be a part of the event. Many of us worked some amazing hours over the years to contribute to building this amazing event. When I sit back and see where WrestleMania has come since I made my debut in Vegas at WM9, I am honestly amazed. I see continued use of stadiums for future WrestleMania events and hope that I can be a small part of the proceedings for as long as I'm able. It's our Super Bowl and who wouldn't want to be associated with the biggest event in our profession? Old players still like to play.

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  • John

    If both Undertaker & Triple H had walked away after that match then i think the ending would go down as one of the greatest moments in WWE history. However the fact that Triple H came back to wrestle Lesnar & with Undertaker now going to wrestle again, that epic moment will be lost forever in history.

    • Anand

      There was no mention of anyone retiring at the end of the match. Triple H coming back to wrestle was actually part of a good storyline and it had substance – Lesnar bullying the WWE and the COO stepping up to the challenge…

      Though HHH wont become a full time wrestler like before, I for one like to see him wrestle occassionally…

  • Rayner Chee-bai

    Put Brock Lesnar in the mix of Triple H and Undertaker, Triple Threat Hell In The Cell with Shawn Michaels as Special Guest Referee at WrestleMania 29 and you can have another epic WrestleMania moment. Does anyone agree with me?

    • Dave Barton

      When are you going to learn that most disagree with you?

    • Nick B

      No. Why have basically the same match two years in a row?

  • Elstitchio

    I wouldn't do hhh vs taker again. I don't know what I'd do with taker. It would have to be punk or cena someone who can afford to go under. The undertaker shouldn't lose his streak