Vince Russo wants Bobby Lashley to find new members for the Hurt Business

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WWE veteran Vince Russo has criticized WWE for planning to bring back the Hurt Business which consisted of Cedric Alexander, Shelton Benjamin, MVP, and Bobby Lashley. The faction was highly successful during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Russo believes that the faction members have already been buried and should not be tagged along with Bobby Lashley now. Speaking on Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Writing with Russo, Vince Russo explained that Lashley should hire new teammates if the Hurt Business is scheduled to come back.

“I’m gonna do what I did every time I wrote a wrestling show. I’m gonna put myself, as I’m writing this, in Bobby Lashley’s shoes. ‘Oh, The Hurt Business. Those guys have lost about 40 matches in a row; let me team back up with them.’ Who would that? If anything, recruit new guys. Find new young studs. ‘This should have been The Hurt Business. With those guys, it was all about them. These guys know it’s all about me.’ But to go back to the well, logically, it makes zero sense,” said Vince Russo.

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Triple H took charge of WWE’s creative after former chairman Vince McMahon announced his retirement in July 2022. Though many have praised the Game for his work since taking over, Vince Russo has a different opinion.

“I’m a big advocate of staying in your lane. You know what you do best. You know what your strengths are, you know what your weaknesses are. If everyone stayed in their lane, you’d have a very successful company. But what you have is people crossing over lanes because more hats, more positions means more money means more power. Bro, we are all not good at everything, bro,” said Vince Russo.

He also came up with an interesting comparison between his failed run as WCW Champion and Triple H’s run as Chief Content Officer in WWE.

“Bro, I got drilled through a cage and was the heavyweight champion for 24 hours. Bro, do you think, realistically, I could have been a heavyweight champion? That is the equivalent of Triple writing the show. That is the equivalent of it, bro. And that’s my problem. If guys just stayed in your lane and did what you were good at and found the right people for the other jobs, bro,” added Vince Russo

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