Jim Ross has a big week ahead of him.
The WWE Hall of Fame legend and current AEW commentator gave another update on his battle with skin cancer during the latest installment of his “Grilling J.R.” podcast.
While talking with show co-host Conrad Thompson, “Good Ole’ J.R.” detailed the big week he has in store due to the many treatments he will be undergoing.
J.R. stated the following during the episode about his skin cancer treatments scheduled for this week:
“Next week is going to be a touch and go week for me. On Monday, I’m supposed to get two cancer spots cut out of my back. They said, ‘Well, it’s only a few stitches.’ Yea, but I’m getting ready to get on an airplane. They say it’s going to be bandaged. I can’t scratch it. I can’t touch them. After that on Monday, I have to go to my oncologist. They’re making me a boot as they call it. The boot is what you slip on so that the radiation machine can have a target. I don’t know if it attaches or whatever, but it’s there to not give you any more radiation than you need and only on the spot that is affected.”
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