Jim Ross on Saraya's debut: "She was a good hand and still is a.."

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Jim Ross on Saraya's debut: "She was a good hand and still is a.."

In a conversation with the Grilling JR podcast, Jim Ross talked about the AEW Grand Slam and the appearance of the Great Muta. "I had no idea he was even gonna be there. So that’s good for me. I love those surprises.

It was great seeing Muta. He really got his career launched there in WCW back in the day. Good thinking outside the box by Tony Kahn, I thought, to get those guys. It was quite the list of add ons”. - he said, as quoted by pwmania.com

Saraya and her debut

Saraya made a positive impression on her debut.

Many believe that she will make a great career in AEW and that she will be of great importance to Tony Khan. “Paige, Saraya, I’m assuming she’s going to be healthy enough to wrestle. I don’t know. I’m assuming she is.

So we’ll see. She’s a positive addition if so. So it’s good for the women’s division, I think. She was a good hand and still is a good hand. I’m hoping that she’s healthy enough to go”. The Acclaimed also left a positive impact on everyone.

“Those kids got over. They’ve gotten over and it’s a pleasant surprise that they got over as they have. So, good stuff man. Some of these young cats are finding their home and I like it. I like that. Two good, athletic kids, and their little gimmick, the scissor me thing and all of that, seems to be working.

Fans love it. It’s funny what gets over, how that works. If you told me six months ago that this is going to be a big deal, I would have said, ‘Well, we’ll see’, but it has been a good deal, so I’m happy for those kids. That’s what you want. You want guys to find their way and all that good stuff”.