Jim Ross spills secret on Stone Cold Steve Austin's replacement for beer

Ross is getting ready to return to a familiar ringside seat. The promotion and location will be different, though, as JR will be calling Global Wrestling Federation's presentation of New Japan Pro Wrestling's "Wrestle  Kingdom 9," which will be live on Pay Per View in North America from the Tokyo Dome on Jan. 4, 2015.

Ross is best known for his legendary calls of matches in WWE on its flagship "Monday Night Raw" show. There are plenty of options for what people think was JR's best match call€“ who can forget Mick Foley and Undertaker in "Hell in a Cell" but choosing one wasn't that easy for the legendary voice.

JR and Stone Cold Steve Austin are good friends and Ross tips us to what doctor's have suggested Stone Cold start drinking in addition to his legendary beer antics.

And while speaking of legends, Ross tells some fantastic stories of the stylin' and profilin' Nature Boy Ric Flair in and out of the ring. Not to be missed is the night Flair ordered up 100 Kamikazes to make sure everyone in the bar was going to have a great time.

This podcast is a must-listen for the legion of fans€“ JR has more than 1,000,000 followers on Twitter who have come to respect and savor the brilliance that comes when JR is behind the microphone ringside€“ anywhere.

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