Jim Ross Wants To Be Involved With AEW Collision
JR would like to be a member of the Collision broadcast team
AEW announcer Jim Ross would happily be involved in the AEW Collision broadcast team - even if it interferes with his football fandom.
Working primarily on Rampage these days (as well as calling some pay-per-view matches), Ross spoke about the addition of a new television show to the schedule during a recent episode of his Grilling JR podcast.
"I don't know a lot about the show. I don’t know who's the broadcast team is. It's all been kind of kept close to the vest, shall we say. Saturday night's a challenging night for television. It just is. Doesn't mean people don't watch TV on Saturday, they do, and I believe that they will if there's a reason. I don't know what the roster's gonna look like. We'll see what happens. But I'm excited to find out who’s gonna be…I hope to broadcast that show, even though it'll kill my football on Saturday nights. So we'll figure that out. That's not a big deal. That's the great thing about streaming and all those things. I can watch my ball game, I just may not be able to watch it live," he said.
Tony Khan confirmed on last night's episode of Dynamite that the debut episode of Collision will take place in Chicago on June 17.