When it comes to professional wrestling TV shows a good commentary team can certainly enhance the product, and Mauro Ranallo had his fair share of fans when he was calling the action for WWE.

For a period of time Mauro Ranallo did commentary for the SmackDown brand, and he also worked for NXT. However, his run with WWE came to an end in 2020 and he has mostly stayed away from wrestling since then.

During a virtual signing for K&S WrestleFest, Jim Ross was asked about the possibility of Mauro Ranallo joining All Elite Wrestling, and he indicated that it’s not going to happen.

“He’s a friend of mine (J.R. said about Mauro Ranallo)… No (I don’t see him coming to AEW). He has mental health issues. He can help any organization, Mauro. Mauro Ranallo is that good. But he’s not a great traveller and that’s not knocking Mauro. It’s just he has issues that are more important than who’s doing Dynamite next week.”

Jim Ross also stated that he doesn’t know who will be working on the commentary team for AEW Collision when the show debuts later this month, but it doesn’t sound like fans should expect to see Mauro Ranallo at the show.

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