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Jim Ross Names Former WWE Star That Was “Unsteady and Unstable”


Jim Ross recently talked about a wide range of topics on his Grilling JR podcast. 

During it, Ross shared his opinion of Nathan Jones, who joined WWE in 2002 and debuted on television in 2003 on SmackDown.  Vince McMahon often praised Jones’ impressive physical condition and height of almost 6 feet 10 inches. 

As soon as he appeared on WWE television, Jones was taken under The Undertaker’s wing. At WrestleMania 19, Jones and The Phenom were set to compete against A-Train and The Big Show in a tag team bout. Jones was later pulled from the match.. Jones briefly competed in Ohio Valley Wrestling before making a comeback to the main roster in the latter part of 2003 and ultimately leaving the company.

“I was very impressed. The eyeball test was pretty impressive, and he was a pretty bright guy, i.e., he could put sentences together. Physically, he turned heads, but Nathan was not ready to travel. We’ve had other guys there; their social skills didn’t correspond to their look. He was unsteady, he was unstable, I thought, a little bit.”

H/t to Sportskeeda


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