Eric Bischoff recently added a new blog over on his official website where he responds to Lance Storm’s negative review of his new “Controversy Creates Cash” book. Here is a sample of what Bischoff had to say: “You see Lance was never a part of WCW when the company turned around in late 94 and 95. Lance was not a part of the shift in creative strategy that led to the explosion of the wrestling genre in the mid to late 90â<80><99>s in either WCW or WWE. Lance certainly doesnâ<80><99>t have any first hand experience with any of the creative, business, or strategic decisions that led to WCW virtually re creating the wrestling business as we know it to this day, For that matter, Lance wasnâ<80><99>t even a part of WWE during the period of time that WCW forced WWE to change their brand strategy from â<80><9c>Family Entertainmentâ<80> and embrace the edgier â<80><9c>Attitude Eraâ<80> that proved so successful. Truth be told, Lance wasnâ<80><99>t around when the success of WCW began to wane and WWE rebounded to dominate the â<80><9c>Monday Night Warsâ<80> in the late 90â<80><99>s. Actuallyâ<80>¦Lance wasnâ<80><99>t really a significant part of anything.
Tickets for WWE’s show at The Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland on June 6th, 2007 sold out in five minutes today. A second show has been added for the 7th.
WWE.com now has Kenny listed as Kenny Dykstra.