Jim Ross says there is value in showing the footage with CM Punk and Jack Perry

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Speaking on the most recent episode of his Grilling JR podcast, AEW broadcaster and WWE Hall of Famer said that what he thought airing the footage of the backstage altercation with CM Punk and Jack Perry from last year’s All In has value.

Ross said the following:

“The value of showing that footage to me was the fact that you got on with your storytelling [with] FTR and the Bucks. So to me, when that was the direction that was chosen, I was much more comfortable showing that footage. Other than that, I’m not sure what it meant. I’m not sure why we did it, other than the fact that it helped tie together a very crucial and important pay-per-view match. So that’s my thoughts on that deal. As far as Jack Perry’s concerned, I’ve been a Jack Perry fan since day one. I remember being somewhat resistant on calling him Jungle Boy. Because I told him, I’m not gonna rely on this Jungle Boy moniker as much as it has been in the past because you’re not gonna be a boy forever. I never had a cross word with this kid. He’s always been very polite. I got to know his mother and his sister. They’re just wonderful people. But we all can mistakes, and he’s young and can be somewhat impetuous, but that just goes with the youth. Hell, some of us old guys are young-thinking and impetuous, but I hope that they get everything worked out with Jack. Wouldn’t Sunday be an interesting time for him to return?”

Ross will be at this Sunday’s Dynasty pay-per-view, which takes place tomorrow from the Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis, MO.

Quote Source: Fightful