Vince Russo angry at The Bloodline

Vince Russo criticizes Bloodline’s invasion of RAW

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This week on WWE RAW, the Bloodline went for a hostile takeover of the red brand something which infuriated former booker Vince Russo. While unleashing their destructive side, the heel faction attacked a staff member at ringside and also flipped the announcer’s table. They were all booked for matches in the show by Adam Pearce following the chaos.

Speaking on Legion of RAW this week, former WWE Head Writer Vince Russo explained that it was stupid of the Bloodline to invade RAW with a team of three.

“Three guys and Sami Zayn, unarmed in a hostile takeover with 25 guys sitting in the locker room. Right off the bat, are you really that stupid? You’re gonna go to a gang fight with three guys? Come on, man. It’s so freaking weak. There is no logic. There is no believability. They’re reaching for straws. They don’t care. This is a house show on primetime television. Nothing more, nothing less.”


Vince Russo On Austin Theory

WWE Superstar Austin Theory is the current United States Champion of the world. He is currently involved in a feud with former Universal Champion Seth Rollins. But it is a fact that his dream feud remains to be against 14-time world champion and WWE’s Chief Content Officer Triple H says, Vince Russo.

Speaking on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Writing with Russo, former WWE Head Writer Vince Russo explained that Road Dogg could be a good replacement for Triple H as the latter’s health condition will not permit him to get back in the ring.

“Bro, you can even throw Road Dogg there in the interim. Give him a match. Let Road Dogg stand for you; you know what I mean. Theory will want Hunter, but Hunter can’t do it because of his physical condition, but Road Dogg would be right there,” said Vince Russo.

For those who are unaware, Triple H announced his retirement at the end of last year after suffering a severe heart condition. He came out to kickstart Night 2 of WrestleMania 38 and left his boots in the ring before leaving.

The Bloodline was attacked by Drew McIntyre and Sheamus after their match against Kevin Owens and the Street Profits on RAW. Do you agree with what Russo said? Sound off in the comments section below!


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