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Vince Russo reaches out to Vince McMahon, offers to help him with WWE creative

Vince Russo posted a video this week saying that he reached out to Vince McMahon (again) after Raw. Russo says that he can help save the business and he's there for Vince if Vince needs him. Russo also said that he asked McMahon why he's being discredited. Russo said that he feels better than that but, with that being said, he told McMahon that he still wants to help him.

Russo talks about the email he sent in the video below:

Russo has also posted a blog about contacting McMahon, which you can read here:

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Late last night . . . I reached out to Vince McMahon again. Even though I know that is wrong on so many levels . . . it's what my heart told me to do. In the past, that olive branch would have been motivated by the need of money---in order to support my family---but, I can tell you that isn't the case now. Currently, through the hard work of everybody involved, thank God, THE BRAND continues to grow, and with help from other outside projects I am close to being able to pay my bills without taking much from what's left of my savings. In conjunction with that, I feel I have a real opportunity at I Heart Radio at the moment---one I'm really excited about.

So I'm good, I'm not worried about money as I usually am right now. By putting it all in God's hands he has provide for both me and my family. But . . . I have to be totally raw and honest here . . .as I sit on the sidelines and see the wrestling audience diminishes week, after week, after week, with no ray of light anywhere in sight---it begins to affect me personally. Especially when I think about my former boss Vince McMahon. Look--I'd be lying to you if I told you that I didn't love Vince, because I do. And, with all the slandering done of my name over the years by his company, you probably think I'm out of my mind . . . and . . . maybe I am. Unfortunately, even though I don't agree with their smear campaign towards me---I do understand it . . .and expect it.

It's really hard to understand what "ego" entails unless you've been in the wrestling business. The level of egotistical human beings I have worked with in the past is something that a regular, blue collar guy, or gal, would never understand. In a business that is dominated by me, myself and I---Vince is no different. I have never heard Vince McMahon publicly put anybody else over, not a talent, not an office worker, no one. On top of that, when it's time to give someone else credit for the share of success they contributed to his business . . . it's usually a kill and burial---the ego just won't allow that. But still---I understand--it's part of what I signed up for.

And, that is why I once again reached out to Vince last night. I have always been here. I have always keep my eye on the product. I know what it once was . . .and I know what it now is. I'll always want to help him . . . that is me . . . that is my make-up. . . that is my heart. And, if Vince doesn't want any help, mine, or anybody else's simply out of pride . . . that is understandable, but, through God I have learned over the years . . . we can't do it here alone . . . that's why others were put into our lives.

You can read the full blog here.