Vince Russo Posts A Long, Emotional Blog On TNA Changes

Matt Boone

The following is a new Facebook blog entry from TNA’s Vince Russo:

Here’s something you don’t know about me; back in the 80′s not only was I a fan of the three women, hot-chic group Expose, but I even paid my good money to see them live and in concert, at Westbury Music Fair!!!

That’s where the song "Seasons Change" came from. Three hot chics who could sing, dance, and look real good doing it.

Everything changes in our lives, for all of us. Some things good . . .some things not so good. Life changes everyday for me . . . sometimes good . . . sometimes not so good. I know the older I get, the wiser I get, I also know the older I get . . . the more my back aches–the harder it is to loss weight . . . the more I think of my own mortality.

It’s 2:51in the morning and I am here–widen awake–in a hotel room in Florida . . . writing to you.

Tomorrow, a lot will change for a lot of people. While there are those that look forward to a new season–there are many who are worried about their futures. I can tell you right now–regardless of what those critics say–I am not one of those people.

You see, I came to the realization about 5 years ago–that my life was written for me long befoire I was born. In other words, what’s going to happen to Vince Russo–is going to happen to Vince Russo. I have no control over the outcome–that belongs to somebody else.

But, I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t concerned . . . not for myself . . . but perhaps for others. After tomorrow TNA will never be the same again, and for good . . . or bad . . . people’s lives will change. "Season’s Change." It’s hard not to be anxious at a time like this. I’ve been a part of TNA, on and off, for almost 8 years now. I have watched many of these kids grow up; turning from boys to men. There’s been a lot of growing pains . . . A LOT of growing pains. Many of our guys . . . and gals . . . had never even been on TV before they came to TNA. The fact is that many of them came from VFW halls working in front of 50 people–to working center stage on national televison in prime time. Some weren’t ready . . . some still aren’t . . . but the whole time we were a family who lived together, and died together. Many of these athletes have felt like they werte my own children to me. I cried when I saw AJ Styles cut that promo that took him to the next level, and I’ve also called him out on the carpet when I felt he was being selfish. But the whole while I loved him . . . as if he were my own son; Will, or VJ.

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