*Spoiler* A clamorous mistake by Jim Ross on AEW

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*Spoiler* A clamorous mistake by Jim Ross on AEW

Jim Ross is now a wrestling legend, especially for his years of lending voice for match commentary, first in WWF/WWE and now in AEW. The WWE Hall Of Famer recently starred in the scenes for praising a WWE athlete, Randy Orton, saying of him: “I think no one is better than Randy Orton in the world of wrestling at the moment.

Obviously, this is a subjective opinion." But he's also criticized his former company: "The original nature of the Hall of Fame has been lost with the passage of time." And it just doesn't seem to be able to get the Stamford company out of his head, because twice this year, the veteran commentator named it totally at random, obviously making unwanted mistakes.

A clamorous mistake by Jim Ross on AEW

Jim Ross, after airing a video collection of some important moments of the AEW in the pandemic era at the Daily's Place, started talking about next week's episode of AEW Dynamite, which will be the first show on the road after the pandemic.

Ross was rightly encouraging fans to buy tickets to support him by saying, "There is nothing in your life that will surpass seeing WWE Dynamite live." Fortunately he said it at the end of the episode, but instead of ignoring it, the man tweeted: "Yes, apparently I made an inappropriate mistake last night at the end of the show.

There are no excuses. And I'm not giving up." Though Jim Ross' blunder has expectedly gotten fans talking, the show preceding it was nothing less than extraordinary and a welcome return to form for AEW Dynamite. MJF defeated Sammy Guevara in the main event, thanks to timely assistance from his Pinnacle stablemates Shawn Spears and Wardlow.

It was a memorable back-and-forth contest which turned out to be a showcase for two of the brightest prospects in professional wrestling. Apart from that, AEW Tag Team Champions Young Bucks lost their first straight tag team match in nearly a year after being defeated by Eddie Kingston and Penta El Zero.

Miro had another dominant TNT Championship defense, this time against a resilient Brian Pillman Jr of the Varsity Blondes. Plus, AEW Women's Champion Britt Baker and Rebel defeated Vickie Guerrero and Nyla Rose in an underwhelming match.

AEW star Rebel suffered a dislocated kneecap injury during her tag team match on this week's broadcast of Dynamite, according to a report by Fightful Select. She teamed up with AEW Women's Champion Britt Baker to square off against Nyla Rose and the legendary Vickie Guerrero.

Though Baker and Rebel came up on top, it wasn't a smooth ride as the latter picked up a legitimate injury mid-way through the match while saving Britt Baker from getting pinned by Rose.