– Vince Russo spoke on his Nuclear Heat podcast about his time working as a secret consultant for TNA at the end of the company’s run on Spike TV. Check out the video and highlights below:
On contacting TNA after Eric Bischoff left the company: “I called Dixie Carter, she put in a call to John Gaburick, he contacted me and we worked out the arrangements for me to be a consultant, but nobody could know. I was never told why. I was told by Gaburick, it’s the way Dixie wanted it. I went to TNA as a consultant for $2,000 a month.”
On getting released after a wrestling reporter was CC’d on an email from him about his work for TNA: “The second it broke and I accidentally sent that email and it was exposed, that was Gaburick’s opportunity. He did it the next day. ‘This was supposed to be a secret, it got let out, we gotta let you go.’”
Vince Russo’s Nuclear Heat: Where Will TNA Find A Million Viewers? How They Lost So Many
On the newest edition of Vince Russo’s Nuclear Heat, Russo talks about TNA’s audience disappearing. With ratings as low as ever for the company Russo, a former TNA writer, talks about how their audience is a fraction of what they enjoyed during the Spike TV era. Russo gives you a super-sized edition of the show, elaborating on the changes that have happened in TNA wrestling.
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