Perry speaks in-depth about the night he and his friends jumped to the WWF from WCW and the misconceptions about the move. He also speaks out about his misery in WCW, being unhappy with his decision to go there, how the drug usage for many kicked up a notch while in WCW, management’s adversarial relationship with wrestlers, top guys holding mid-carders down, and more. After listening to all that during the ClubWWI.com discussion, Guttman asks if Saturn is surprised that those who were in WCW management still find work years later. Without mentioning TNA owner Dixie Carter or TNA itself by name, JG asks and Perry lets them have it.
“It’s amazing. The ‘Predictability of Stupidity’ is unbelievable. To believe that someone could see what they did (in WCW) and use their own money to give these people another chance to do it again. Tell me TNA is going to be a successful business. That’s hard to believe. Eventually that woman’s going to run out of money and you have to think someone else will give them the same opportunity. Funniest thing I’ve seen in a long time was one of Vince Russo’s Tweets, obviously after they let him go. He said he was sure glad to see the lucrative deal TNA signed with Hulk Hogan especially since Hogan’s only appearances in TNA are during his Rent-a-Center ads. Nobody should ever get paid to stay home.”
"Perry lets them have it".