Wrestling Hall of Fame announcer Jim Ross announces skin cancer diagnosis

WWE Hall of Famer and Current All Elite Wrestling Commentator Jim ross announced her skin cancer diagnosis on Saturday 23 October via her Twitter Account.

Ross, 69, revealed his confirmed diagnosis after undergoing a CT scan earlier in the week and is waiting for a radiologist “to determine the best treatment,” whom he suspects is “probably” radiation therapy.

The legendary announcer has also confirmed that he is heading to Orlando for the AEW live episode on Saturday, October 23. Dynamite, despite his diagnosis.

“On our way to Orlando for tonight’s @AEW Dynamite. Confirmed skin cancer. Waiting for a radiological study to determine the best treatment. Probable radiation, ”Ross tweeted. “I feel good and ready to attack. Thank you for the support of so many people.

Ross shared a Twitter Publish Thursday, October 21, showing what he perceived to be a “potential skin cancer problem” on the lower part of his leg which he “had treated” for more than a year before a scheduled CT scan.

The 69-year-old was previously diagnosed with skin cancer in 2016 and had undergone several surgeries to remove it from his shoulder, Illustrated sports reports.

Ross has commented on many major wrestling promotions including WWE, WCW, AEW, New Japan Pro Wrestling, Mid-South Wrestling and others, but is arguably best known for being the voice of ” WWE Attitude Era “during the peak period of the industry. popularity in the late 1990s alongside another Hall of Fame member JerryThe kingLawler.

Ross, who had also served as WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent Relations, was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Bulletin Hall of Fame in 1999 and WWE Hall of Fame in 2007.

Ross joined AEW as a commentator and senior advisor when the company launched in 2019 and contributes alongside Excalibur and Tony schiavone on the flagship of the promotion Dynamite program.

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