Good news for AEW, Jim Ross says he's 'cancer free'



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Good news for AEW, Jim Ross says he's 'cancer free'

One of the most unmistakable voices in the world of American pro-wrestling is certainly that of Jim Ross, former WWE reporter, for years also director of talent of the Stamford-based company, as well as Hall of Famer of the McMahon federation, with his voice that al alongside that of Jerry "The King" Lawler, have for years carried on the action of Monday Night Raw and the ppv of the company.

For some years now, JR has preferred to go to the commentary tables of the All Elite Wrestling, of the Khan family, with the AEW square that has given a second youth to the commentator of a thousand battles fought with the WWE, even as a wrestler in a feud with Michael Cole, his longtime colleague.

In recent weeks, however, JR had had to leave the Khan's company TV screens to undergo treatments to eliminate a skin cancer found in October, with the WWE Hall of Famer always updating fans on the situation, also sending photos through their social pages, which made fans always wish him the best and a speedy recovery.

Jim Ross is cured of cancer and returns to the scene with AEW

Through a tweet, JR wanted to communicate to everyone that his treatment has ended, with the doctors confirming that the tumor on his leg has completely disappeared, thus JR now coming to be considered as cured, and in remission.

"I'm CANCER FREE! We did it! See you tonight at AEW Dynamite at 8." With this brief but intense message that he shared on 29th December, Wednesday, Jim Ross confirmed how cancer that was keeping him home for treatment for a few weeks seems to have been taken care of and that he was going to return as if nothing had happened to his work behind the comment table of AEW's flagship show, Dynamite.