Jim Ross knows Baltimore is a town that understands and appreciates pro wrestling.
The hall of fame pro wrestling announcer has called some of the biggest matches in sports entertainment history, including many in Baltimore.
Ross said he is excited to share some of his stories and interact with many of his fans Saturday night as part of his one-man show, Ringside: An Evening with Jim Ross, set for 8 p.m. at Rams Head Live in Baltimore.
Ross, who has spent more than 40 years in the business, including 20 with WWE, said his new endeavor allows him to interact with fans in an intimate way he never could all those years of being on the mike at all those episodes of Raw or Wrestlemania main events featuring such greats as Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Shawn Michaels and Triple-H.
While Ross left the WWE in 2013, he continues to stay extremely busy. This includes his shows, working on his biography and informing fans through his blog and his weekly podcasts, many of which are downloaded 1 million times a week.