Jim Ross still struggles with wounds left after cancer treatment

Jim Ross is a veteran who has dedicated his entire forty-year career to the world of professional wrestling. However, fans should now know that Ross had a health emergency. Jim Ross recently gave an update on the wounds left by his cancer treatment.

The WWE Hall of Famer revealed in October that he had been diagnosed with skin cancer and would likely need 22 radiation treatments. Later, Ross declared himself cancer-free. Ross has previously said he experiences excruciating agony when traveling.

However, recently Jim Ross, the presenter of Grilling JR, opened up about his progress in healing scars from his cancer treatment in the latest episode.

“I’m still dealing with this fucking injury. These wound healers are serious. I went to my first appointment and thought it was going to take about 30 minutes. It was three o’clock. Here’s what’s going on mentally. You have three hours to contemplate your fate. What if they find cancer? What if? What if? What if? So it’s very disturbing, to say the least. Then you get the news. “Well, it’s probably going to take another six months to heal.”

“They want me to do the hyperbaric chamber, but here’s the problem with that. They want to do it every day. I said, ‘I can’t do it every day. I can’t. I work. I have a job. I made professional commitments that I will keep and keep. It’s not about putting my job before my health. It looks like it. Now, if I didn’t work, I would accept their plan. But still, it’s four months of hyperbaric chamber stuff.

“So he’s going to try to treat it without using the hyperbaric chamber or whatever it’s called and we’ll see how it goes. I have a problem here. I didn’t plan for this. I have a problem here that we have to settle. I said to the doctor, ‘We have to be creative doctors. We can’t just get into the rut the way you do this. There have to be other options. He said: “Well, there are other options.” Let’s explore them.

Jim Ross predicted he would recover in six months. Fans are worried about Jim Ross’ health, so we hope it improves over time. Keep checking Ringside News for more developments.

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