Interestingly, in the blog, Ross does not make note of any "retirement". Instead, he noted that today was his "last day" with WWE and commented that he had lots of plans.
Ross also suggested that he now had the appropriate time to write an autobiography, something he has long teased penning.
You should read the entire blog, but Ross does touch upon his experience working for the company, writing:
"I wouldn't have changed a thing in WWE except I wish that I'd been able to avoid some health issues along the way. That was the hand that I was dealt and I simply refused to fold it.
Other that health issues my 'run' in WWE has exceeded my wildest dreams.
I was fortunate enough to have a key role in arguably one of the most interesting and compelling eras in our business's history."
Thanks to Jamie Wallis.
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