Vince and Jeff Lane analyze last night's show breaking down every segment, telling you what worked, what didn't, and why. In this highly popular show, no punches are held back---as Vince so eloquently puts it, "I'm not waiting for my phone to ring any day soon."
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Recorded Sept. 1 2014: In today's edition of Brand Archives, Vince talks to WWE historian, and NY Times best seller Keith Elliott Greenberg. Vince and Keith, who once worked for Vince as a freelance writer at the WWE Magazine, discuss WWE history and the talents who Keith has written about over the years from Randy Savage to Ric Flair. The two also discuss in detail the life of John Lennon, who Keith wrote a NY Times best seller about--chronicling his last day on earth. Super, super insightful interview!
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We have received some interesting tweets and comments in reference to the latest episode of Lions, Tigers, Bears & Dirt that was released this past Friday here in the “Video” section of VinceRussoBrand.com. If you haven’t checkout out the show before, Vince and I give our thoughts and opinions on the wrestling news and rumors that circulated during the week on dirt sheets. This week, we had a few discussions that I believe have been taken out of context. First, let’s look at a couple of your comments on this particular subject:
Tyler Morgan: I like to give everyone the benefit of the doubt and try to see things from different perspectives, but wow! For two guys who hate wrestling and the fans (who seem to be your core target audience) you sure do talk about it an awful lot.
In this edition of Vixens Who Rule, Vince talks to Indy Sensation, Melanie Cruise, a throwback to all of the great heels who helped build women's wrestling far before any "Divas" appeared on the scene. A unique talent, Melanie discusses resurrecting a part of women's wrestling that has long been gone.
In this episode of Chicken Necks, Vince goes into full-rant mode about not liking to be around people, bagging his niece's wedding and his current fear of his own wife due to her wicked, wicked menopause!!!
This weeks edition of TNA! Impact comes to us with a new feel, there’s a particular energy about it that I felt-- a spark of that energy that TNA once had but seems to of faded over the years like a distant memory due to the animal inside it craving so badly to compete with WWE.
A spark that has long faded due to their desperation in wanting so badly to be “an alternative” for wrestling fans that it consumed them to the point that they forget WHY they wanted to be an alternative.
A desperation that is felt through their promos, their booking, their talent, their visuals, their storylines—the entire product, which just screams “PLEASE WATCH US”.
Trsut me, I still feel that desperation, but this week it was a lot easier to cope with, for the most part.
Firstly it’s nice to see the commentary team back at ringside, which is another e...
In this very special episode for THE BRAND, Vince shoots straight from the heart about the situation surrounding Jeff Jarrett's return to TNA. Vince gives a back story perspective that no one else can deliver. This is a MUST SEE PODCAST for all members of the BRAND family!
On this episode of SHOOT 2 THRILL, Vince talks to one of the most respected wrestlers to ever come out of the UK, Doug Williams. Vince and Doug discuss their time together in TNA, and take an extensive look at today's product. Perhaps the most underrated wrestler to ever lace-up a pair f boots, Vince thoroughly picks Doug's brain as being one of the most knowledgeable in the game.