Jim Ross to Reportedly Announce 1 Match at WrestleMania 33

Adam WellsFeatured ColumnistMarch 31, 2017

EL PASO, TX - SEPTEMBER 1: World Wrestling Entertainment announcer and Oklahoma Sooners fan Jim Ross walks the field before the Sooners' game against the UTEP Miners on September 1, 2012 at The Sunbowl in El Paso, Texas. (Photo by Jackson Laizure/Getty Images)
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WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross will be making a brief return to the company Sunday at WrestleMania 33 by reportedly announcing one match at the biggest show of the year. 

Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reported Ross' deal with WWE, though it's not known what WrestleMania bout he will be calling. 

Ross has been back in the news recently, announcing on Twitter March 22 his wife Jan had died from injuries sustained from a vehicle accident. 

The legendary play-by-play man has been making the rounds in recent years, working for New Japan Pro Wrestling and most recently for What Culture Pro Wrestling. 

Ross retired from WWE in September 2013. He debuted with the company at WrestleMania IX in 1993 and was inducted into the company's Hall of Fame in 2007.