Jim Ross Suffers “Bad Fall,” Will Still Appear On AEW Collision

Jim Ross

Jim Ross has never done anything the easy way, and he’s continued that theme just hours ahead of AEW Collision.

Posting on social media, the WWE Hall of Famer shared a photo of a nasty-looking black eye, commenting that he’d suffered a bad fall. However, he said that he’s still heading to Chicago for the debut of AEW Collision.

In a recent post on X, Jim Ross has stated he is “hopeful” of returning to AEW for All In.

Jim Ross To Form Part Of AEW Collision Commentary Team

On June 16th, Tony Khan announced that Jim Ross will form part of the commentary team for AEW Collision alongside recent signing Nigel McGuinness and Kevin Kelly. JR and Kevin Kelly have worked together previously during their respective spells in WWE.

This will leave Excalibur, Taz, and Tony Schiavone as the three-man booth on Dynamite.

Jim Ross began his career in wrestling back in 1974 when he started out as a referee. In the years that followed the Hall of Famer transitioned into becoming a play-by-play announcer and held the role in Mid-South Wrestling, Jim Crockett Promotions, WCW, WWE, and briefly in NJPW before heading to AEW.

AEW Collision is set to feature the return of CM Punk who has been away from the company since September 2022. The show will also feature the in-ring returns of Andrade El Idolo and Miro who have also been out of action for lengthy periods.

  • CM Punk & FTR vs. Jay White, Juice Robinson & Samoa Joe
  • Wardlow (c) vs. Luchasaurus – TNT Championship
  • Buddy Matthews vs. Andrade El Idolo
  • Skye Blue & Willow Nightingale vs. Ruby Soho & Toni Storm
  • Miro vs. TBA