Ross applauds The Bullet Club’s invasion of RAW last week. He calls this a ‘publicity stunt’ but it certainly accomplished what it set out to do. Ross assumes that Vince McMahon has probably already forgotten about that evening, but he doubts McMahon and other WWE officials will forget The Young Bucks’ entrepreneurial spirit. It wouldn’t surprise Ross if The Young Bucks were to arrive in WWE someday soon.
Ross welcomes Paul O’Brien, co-author of “Slobberknocker: My Life in Wrestling”, to the show.
O’Brien says he was immediately intrigued by Ross’ invitation to work on his book with him, and after reading a chapter or two O’Brien knew he had to be involved in this project. He says he has been a wrestling fan for the majority of his life, but SummerSlam 1991 really made him appreciate the business to the degree he does today.
He informs that his entire family enjoys professional wrestling and they often travel to the United States for WrestleMania and other big shows. He compares wrestling to a music album in the sense that sometimes you need to look past one song (match/angle) in order to appreciate the wider picture that is the full album (entire show/PPV).