If you missed last night's Golden Boy Live! card on FOX Sports 1, you missed Rocky Juarez buying himself another career with a main event win over Rene Alvarado, and you also missed the boxing commentary debut of Jim Ross, the legendary professional wrestling play-by-play man and WWE Hall of Famer who is considered by many to be the best in the history of that profession.
Ross, now a 62-year-old seasoned veteran of the commentary game, is also experienced in the world of "real" sports, too, and watching the fights this evening (I missed them live), I genuinely think he did a good job. He relied on Dave Bontempo to do a lot of the nuts and bolts stuff, which was a good idea, as Bontempo has been in the boxing world for a long time, but JR carried conversation nicely, and made fights that might otherwise not sound so exciting sound, you know, a little more exciting.
Now I admit that this might be because I'm a big Jim Ross fan, but I genuinely thought he did a good job, and I really hope we see him back in boxing more often. Here's a sampling from the swing fight: