Maybe there's been a thread about this made before, it's been quite a while if so, but I just don't recall it. The main page mentioned something that Jim Ross posted on Twitter in which he answered a fan's question if he'd be interested in working in NXT in which he responded: "Of course. I started the developmental program years ago and have always enjoyed that aspect of the biz." Jim Ross is someone who strikes me very much as a "Triple H guy" in that he's someone who seems like he's cut from the same cloth as guys like William Regal and Dusty Rhodes; an old school guy who's very passionate about wrestling and has a strong eye for talent. Of course, the first thing that'll spring to mind would be putting Jim Ross on commentary, which wouldn't be a bad thing at all, but I have a feeling that Trips hasn't reached out to Ross because of Vince. Triple H makes the final calls in NXT, but only because Vince allows it and I'm wondering if bringing in Jim Ross is something that Vince would veto or otherwise put his foot down with. Jim Ross' old school, southern boy enthusiasm that made him the voice of WWE, and the voice of wrestling in general as far as many fans are concerned, is something that's associated with "professional wrestling" and that's a term that Vince doesn't like applied to WWE. IF Triple H becomes Vince's successor within the next few years, I could see Jim Ross being brought in to take over NXT or be William Regal's right hand guy if Trips doesn't bring Regal on up to the main roster.