Earlier today, WWE Hall of Fame member and former play-by-play announcer for WWE Monday Night RAW Jim Ross posted a new blog to his barbeque company’s website. Among the many topics that Ross addressed was whether or not he watched TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view last night (he did not). Further, he offered a similar bit of feedback as I did after last night’s show regarding the number of championships that changed hands during the show. Here is the part of Ross’ blog that talks about Bound for Glory:
Someone on Twitter said that I wouldn’t admit it if I watched the TNA PPV Sunday night. Wrong, Einstein. However, I did not watch their show as I was watching the Manning vs. Irsay Bowl on NBC plus my regular Sunday night fare including HBO’s Boardwalk Empire and Eastbound and Down.
However, if any company changes five titles in one show, which one is supposed to standout to the average fan? Apparently that’s what occurred. Sounds like TNA hit the “reset” button on the whole shooting match. No dog in the hunt except for my many friends who work there and I’m pulling for them and their families.
In a correction to Ross’ blog entry, TNA only changed 4 of their 5 active championships during last night’s show.