Vince Russo landed a job as a freelancer at WWF Magazine. A year later, he became its editor. After a successful run at WWF, rival organization wcw hired him away to head their creative department. In 2002, Russo returned to the WWE as the creative force behind NWA-TNA. He recently retired from the business to become a Christian minister.
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