Jim Ross, Iconic Wrestling Announcer, Hospitalized Following Health Emergency

Legendary WWE and AEW announcer, Jim Ross, was hospitalized on Thursday due to shortness of breath.

In a surprising turn of events, the veteran wrestler took to social media to share a recent medical scare. He revealed that his visit to a facility in Norman, Oklahoma was unexpected, but did not provide any additional information.


Ross has faced several health challenges throughout his life. These include his ongoing struggle with Bell’s Palsy, his battle with skin cancer, and a recent surgery to remove a mass from his hip.

Despite facing numerous challenges, he has persisted in showcasing his skills on the microphone. This has been evident in his recent involvement in various events organized by All Elite Wrestling.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Ross, now 72 years old, gained popularity as he made his mark in the world of wrestling. His journey in WWE began with a memorable debut at WrestleMania IX. Recognizing his significant contributions, he was honored with an induction into the promotion’s esteemed Hall of Fame in 2007.

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During his time with the company, he even made several appearances in the ring.

After his WWE contract expired in 2019, JR made the move to AEW, where he has been lending his voice for popular shows such as Dynamite, Rampage, and Collision.

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As soon as we receive updates on Ross’ situation, we will share further details.

Wishing you a speedy recovery, Jim!

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