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Jim Ross removal from AEW commentary rumors reportedly ‘inaccurate’

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It was recently rumored that AEW commentator and WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross would be removed from his full-time position as a commentator on AEW programming.

Ross was apparently going to be moved into a more part-time role, only appearing on the bigger shows and events to lend his iconic voice to proceedings.

Both Jim Ross and AEW President Tony Khan have now reacted to the news, making it clear that the former voice of WWE will not be going anywhere.

Ross took to social media this week to write “that’s news to me,” whereas Tony Khan would confirm with F4Wonline that Jim Ross will not have a change in his role with the company.

“Tony Khan said reports that they are looking to remove Jim Ross as announcer are inaccurate.  He said he’s never said that and he’s also told Ross he’s never said that. Ross has said the report was news to him”

Tony Khan on Jim Ross rumors

Here’s the current and updated card for AEW All Out 2021, which will be available on Bleacher Report PPV in the United States and on FITE TV in Europe and the United Kingdom.

  • AEW World Title Match ’“ Impact World Champion Christian Cage vs. Kenny Omega (c)
  • AEW Women’s World Title Match ’“ Kris Statlander vs. Britt Baker (c)
  • Steel Cage Match for the AEW World Tag Team Titles ’“ Lucha Bros vs. The Young Bucks (c)
  • Chris Jericho vs. MJF ’“ Jericho’s AEW in-ring career will be on the line.
  • CM Punk vs. Darby Allin
  • PAC vs. Andrade El Idolo
  • Paul Wight vs. QT Marshall
  • Jon Moxley vs. Satoshi Kojima
  • The Buy In Pre-show: Women’s Casino Battle Royale: Nyla Rose, Julia Hart, Big Swole, The Bunny, Red Velvet, Thunder Rosa, Tay Conti, Penelope Ford, Diamante, 12 more competitors TBC ’“ Winner earns a future shot at the AEW Women’s World Title.
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