WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross, announced on his latest addition of the JR Podcast that he will be departing from WWE at the end of this month. 

Ross said that him and Vince McMahon mutually agreed on the two parties going separate way, but will continue to stay busy and work on the business of professional wrestling. 

He went on to say he enjoyed his time with the company and has no regrets about his run over the past few decades with them. He latest run with WWE was when he signed back in 2017, being a guest commentator for Roman Reigns vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33. He was also apart of the commentary team for the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal last year at WrestleMania, and called the first ever Mae Young Classic Tournament. 

Ross was last seen on WWE programming when the company went to Saudi Arabia for the Greatest Royal Rumble event when he was apart of the panel team on the kickoff show last April. 

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