How could you forget McMahon vs. McMahon?McMahon was involved in the biggest feud in wrestling at the time so it made at least a little sense. And McMahon has actually been in some, somehow entertaining matches in his career.
McMahon vs. Austin
McMahon vs. HBK
McMahon vs. Hogan
McMahon vs. Flair were all pretty entertaining.
McMahon vs. Bret Hart however was a total flop.
Russo on the other hand, often no-selled moves, and was involved in some of the most disgraceful matches in the history of wrestling. McMahon also actually has a tremendous physique, while Russo looks like a bum.
Arquette was just a publicity stunt.
It's not winning when your opponent gets fired for hitting you.Vince Mcmahon is one of the greatest wrestling characters of all time. He is a huge guy who looks like he could actually win a fight. He is not some writer or actor.
How is this even a question, how can somebody compare Vince Mcmahon to those two?
Vince Mcmahon could beat up Christian in a fist fight at his current age.
Reminds me of when Russo admitted that Goldberg refused to follow the script and WCW actually ran a ppv ad with that taglineWell, Vince was, at least an occasional wrestler, and the owner of the company, and it heated up a feud with him and Triple H, so whether they were good reasons or not, there was at least some precedent for putting the title on him.
WCW just exposed the business. Putting the title on an actor for a publicity stunt is bad, putting it on Russo was probably even worse. I didn't watch WCW then, but I'm going to assume that with everything going on and the amount of kayfabe being broken that Vince Russo was acknowledged on television as a WCW writer. If that's the case, then that's just unforgivable. You NEVER admit to having writers. Now if they didn't, well, everybody still knew about it anyway and there was so much bullshit going on and there was no purpose to it.