“I had good days and bad days being produced by Vince. No one likes to be yelled at but after working for Bill Watts there was nothing that could be yelled at me by McMahon that I hadn’t heard before.
“Vince is aggressive and a perfectionist and is set in his ways, by and large. Working as a broadcaster isn’t easy and being overproduced can detract from a broadcast in my view. I survived aggressive producing better than some because I tried to not take it personally.
“Good producers should motivate and lead… not rant and rave.”
An action packed issue 3 also features an interview with Jim Cornette as he talks about his time at Ring of Honor.
“I left Ring of Honor when I realised we had lost our chance at making a good first impression and many of our wounds were self-inflicted. I’m not even talking about booking or creative, I am talking about the structure of the company and what I thought was going to go on before the purchase and what was executed after the purchase.”
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