Vince Russo slams Raw's creative team



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Vince Russo slams Raw's creative team

That Vince Russo is not by now a well-known admirer of how WWE is managed is now known but the former member of the Raw creative team this time seems to have gone 'on a rampage' During the last episode of Legion of Raw on Sportkeeda Wrestling Russo has harshly attacked some choices of the company and the bookers and in particular, in some ways he called it 'ridiculous' This week Monday Night Raw was dueling for the ratings with the world of American football and in particular the races of the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays.

Here is Vince Russo's tough attack: "Chris, what they're doing almost proves he doesn't care. I have no mercy for them and in my opinion, all of them should be fired. It's Monday night and there's Monday Night Raw, but there's also the Boston Red Sox and the Tampa Bay Rays, it's Monday Night Football and it's one of the most anticipated matches, even in New York.

Everyone has to decide where to tune in and there we are, Ali and Mansoor are about to enter. The WWE folks announce this bout of theirs against Hurt Business and then go public. Guys, are we serious? Who will ever go back to watching Raw after the commercial, the Red Sox are on and people turn to Raw to watch Mansoor and Ali? These bookers deserve nothing, they write and organize this show like idiots.

Now I know there is this match and it means letting people feel free to go and watch football. All this is absurd."

Vince Russo takes a shot at WWE

During a recent interview with Sportskeeda, Vince Russo then commented: "The situation in WWE is very critical, even if no one wants to admit it.

The AEW is taking over and Vince McMahon has no idea how to turn around and react to it all. From my point of view, figures such as Eric Bischoff and Jim Cornette should be hired immediately, I would also recall Kurt Angle as well as a number of employment consultants.

It's really tough on WWE." This week's episode of WWE RAW started off strong and there were definitely a few strong moments throughout the show. That said, this reviewer would be lying to you if he says that he did not nod off at certain points during the course of the broadcast.

This is important, especially if you look at the SmackDown roster. There is literally nobody but Drew McIntyre for Roman Reigns to face in two weeks! You could make a case for Jeff Hardy under ordinary circumstances, but after his loss on WWE RAW can anyone buy into the idea of him defeating Roman Reigns? Also, didn't you guys think that it was a bit disrespectful to have the guys from the 24/7 Championship picture show up on WWE RAW during this match?