Jim Ross Aiming To Return To AEW Before All In

Jim Ross Aiming To Return To AEW Before All In

AEW commentator Jim Ross remains determined to make a comeback before the highly anticipated AEW All In event.

Ross has been dealing with health issues that have kept him away from the desk. However, despite his setbacks, fans have been eagerly awaiting his return and Ross himself has expressed his desire to get back to work.

Ross suffered a fall and concussion before the June 17th episode of AEW Collision, which prompted him to take time off for recovery. Despite his injuries, Ross powered through and worked the premiere episode, but later announced that he would be taking a break to focus on healing.

In a recent update on his health on his podcast Grilling JR, Ross revealed that he had to visit the emergency room due to concerns about his injured leg. Fortunately, doctors reassured him that he was okay.

Ross also mentioned his ongoing sciatica issues, which have been adding to his challenges. However, his positive attitude and determination remain unwavering as he remains confident in his ability to overcome these obstacles.

Although there is no specific information available regarding Ross’ return, he has expressed his hope to be back in action before the AEW All In event. The All In PPV is scheduled to take place at Wembley Stadium in London on August 27th, and Ross has made it clear that he really wants to make it for this highly anticipated show.

How Long Has Jim Ross Been With AEW?

Ross signed a three-year deal with the company in 2019 as a commentator and senior advisor and Ross initially provided full-time commentary on the Dynamite broadcast team and part-time on Rampage.

In June 2022 Ross switched from full-time commentary on Dynamite to full-time commentary on Rampage in a rotation swap with fellow commentator Taz. Ross hasn’t appeared on commentary since the June 17th Collison.