Now they're in a panic in the WWE. They're trying to push every young guy they've got because they realize, "Oh, hell, all our main-eventers are falling apart." And in TNA I would tell them repeatedly my last six months there that our main-eventers need to be packed in ice after every performance, and why don't we start investing some time in these young guys. So they'll try a six-week push. Well, if they don't get over in six weeks, they just couldn't handle it. No, it takes years. You've got to have a plan and a vision, and Vince Russo's got such ADD, he can't even remember what he wrote last week. I don't mean to make this a whole knocking Russo thing, but he's emblematic of the whole problem of outside people that have been let in the wrestling business that have no respect for the business, or the people in it, or the traditions of it, or the way that it's done, or the fans. If the fans like his stuff then he goes, "Yeah, that's because I'm great," and if the fans don't like his stuff – which is the majority as I'm sure you've gathered – he blames them. Ah, it's these wrestling fans. Well what are you in the wrestling business for if you don't like the wrestling fans? He actually made this statement: He wants to write wrestling shows for people who don't like wrestling. He thinks, "Well, I'll just write this show that everybody can be entertained by and the wrestling fans will like anything as long as it's in a ring." No! I don't like golf. I don't care if they play golf in the nude and the 18th hole is surrounded by flames. I'm not going to watch golf because I don't like golf. So he writes wrestling for people who don't like wrestling. And the people who like wrestling are insulted by it, and the people who don't like wrestling – guess what? – they ain't watching it because they don't like wrestling! He's an idiot.