Vince Russo quits website that he promoted as his

Today, Vince Russo announced on his Facebook that he is no longer associated with the website pyroandballyhoo.com in any way, shape, or form, a website which up until today everyone thought it was his.

“Please know, that if you renew your monthly membership, you will not be getting any content from Vince Russo from this day going forward. I also ask you to not buy any Vince Russo merchandise, as I no longer have access to the orders,” Russo wrote.

The website operated on a subscription-based model where fans had to pay to see certain “exclusive” content, similar to the video interview that Chyna did with Russo a few weeks ago. Russo made it clear that he will not be posting any blogs, videos, or podcasts on the website as he is no longer associated with the site.

Russo never mentioned that he did not own the website and splashed his name and content all over it in the past. A quick check on the domain registration reveals that the domain is registered to someone using the alias of “Dirty Diva” who lives in Pocola, Oklahoma.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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