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Backstage Reaction Of WWE Officials To The Debut Of Wyatt Sick6

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Below are a couple of top news stories of the day, involving Wyatt Sick6, The Rock and Vince Russo.

• The June 17 episode of Monday Night RAW concluded with the dramatic return of Uncle Howdy and his ominous faction, The Wyatt Sick6, putting an end to the long-running QR code mystery.

The faction’s lineup includes Bray Wyatt’s brother, Bo Dallas, reprising his Uncle Howdy persona. Joining him are Nikki Cross, Joe Gacy, Dexter Lumis, and Erick Rowan, all forming the dark and menacing stable.

On their debut night, The Wyatt Sick6 wreaked havoc backstage, creating a chaotic scene and targeting several prominent WWE superstars, making a significant impact.

According to Fightful Select, WWE backstage personnel were thrilled with the reaction from the Corpus Christi crowd, which has a history of being less responsive. The production team and higher-ups were reportedly very pleased with the buzz and feedback from the segment.

“Sources within WWE told Fightful that they were over the moon about the crowd reaction from Corpus Christi, a city long known for its quiet audiences. Regarding the production, buzz, and feedback from the segment, WWE was very happy with the outcome,” the report stated.

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• The fall of WCW remains a hotly debated topic within the wrestling community, with various factors contributing to its downfall. Among the key figures often mentioned in these discussions is Vince Russo. Interestingly, The Rock recently shared his perspective on Russo’s infamous switch from WWF to WCW, expressing a surprising sentiment.

Vince Russo played a pivotal role in WWF during The Rock’s early career, serving as head writer when The Rock first captured the WWF Championship. Russo’s departure from the World Wrestling Federation in late 1999 to take over as head of creative for WCW marked a significant turning point in wrestling history.

In an episode of VICE’s docuseries “Who Killed WCW?”, The Rock opened up about Russo’s decision and its subsequent impact. Despite being known as a wrestling traditionalist, The Rock revealed that he supported Russo’s move and was genuinely happy for him. He acknowledged that such shifts are common in the wrestling world and respected Russo’s choice to pursue what he felt was best for himself and his family.

“When Vince Russo made the jump to WCW to run that entire ship, I remember thinking, ‘Good for him. Great.’ This is the world of professional wrestling. This sh*t happens all the time,” The Rock recalled. “He made the decision that was best for him and his family, and he went after an opportunity to go down to WCW. You’re handed the entire book, write the story.”

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