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Vince Russo Responds to Cornette


Former WWE & WCW writer Vince Russo and Jim Cornette have been been verbally jousting lately. On an episode of WWE’s “Table For 3″, which featured Jim Cornette, the former WWE manager claimed that Russo had been emailing WWE Chairman Vince McMahon every week about wanting a job back with WWE. Russo recently appeared on Wrestling Inc’s podcast to respond to Cornette’s claims.

“That’s absolutely untrue” Vince said. “You know what the funny thing is and bro anybody with half a brain would understand this. Cornette obviously doesn’t have half a brain.

“I go on my podcast, OK, and I publicly read my personal emails with Vince McMahon.”

Russo emailed McMahon saying that he’d love to help out on RAW in any way McMahon saw fit. Russo felt that he was bashing RAW every week and instead of constantly bashing the product, he wanted to be a part of the fix.

“The Chairman Of The Board” responded with “Vince, there is nothing available at this time.”

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