During the most recent episode of his podcast, The Jim Ross Report, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross talked about the upcoming women’s championship match for WrestleMania.
Like much of the WWE universe, Ross would prefer to see a one-on-one match between the current champion Ronda Rousey and “The Man” Becky Lynch.
Currently, Lynch has been suspended from the WWE and her title shot has been given to Charlotte Flair. Rumors have it that this is building up to a triple threat match at WrestleMania.
“I’m like a lot of folks. I’m not sitting here blind. I would rather see Becky Lynch vs Ronda Rousey because that issue became so strong and so personal” said Ross.
If, however, the triple threat is what the WWE is going to go for, Ross believes then it shouldn’t be an ordinary match.
“If you really wanted to add some drama to it, and make somebody, [WWE] may consider Busted Open [Radio]’s Bubba Ray Dudley’s suggestion of making it an elimination match, so you’ve got to have two eliminations before one person’s declared the winner. And to me, that’s not a bad idea whatsoever,” said Ross.
He also spoke about Seth Rollins vs. Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship during WrestleMania. Ross argues that, despite some people saying otherwise, Rollins in not “too small” to believably beat Lesnar.
“Eddie Guerrero beat Brock Lesnar to win the WWE title in the Cow Palace, right? 15 years ago. So when people say, ‘well, so-and-so, Finn Bálor, is not big enough to beat Brock Lesnar. It’s not realistic. It’s not believable.’ Are you kidding? Are you that stupid? Same thing with Seth Rollins. He’s no giant, but he’s a hell of a lot bigger than Eddie Guerrero, he’s bigger than Finn Bálor, so I hope we don’t get that excuse, ‘Seth Rollins is too small.’ He’s not. And there [are] a million right ways to beat Brock Lesnar,” said Ross.