AEW's Jim Ross Announces He Is Cancer-Free

Some good news from JR

All Elite Wrestling Commentator Jim Ross has revealed he is now cancer-free and the announcer confirmed he will be back on TV for Wednesday's edition of Dynamite from Daily's Place in Jacksonville, Florida. 

"I'm CANCER FREE! We did it! See you tonight on #AEWDYNAMITE at 8 ET!" Good Ol' JR tweeted.

Ross was diagnosed with skin cancer on his left leg back in October and he subsequently took time off from his All Elite Wrestling duties to undergo 21 radiation treatments. 

Beyond JR's return, several matches have been announced for the special 'New Year's Smash' edition of Dynamite including the second TBS Title semifinal between Thunder Rosa and Jade Cargill, Kyle O'Reilly's in-ring debut alongside Adam Cole and Bobby Fish against Orange Cassidy and Best Friends, and Eddie Kingston will team with Santana and Ortiz to take on Daniel Garcia and 2point0. 

After leaving WWE in the spring of 2019, JR signed with AEW and he has been one of the voices of Dynamite alongside Excalibur and Tony Schiavone ever since. He also does commentary for AEW's quarterly pay-per-views. 

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