On RAW and Survivor Series: "WWE's Monday Night Raw catches a big break with the NFL schedule and hopefully they will capitalize on such. WWE needs to ignite the interest in their next PPV offering, the Survivor Series, as there seems to be little buzz surrounding the event which has a wealth of history attached to it from over the years. I don't see WWE going back to the total, elimination tag team bouts ever again but putting one of their few, established stars in an elimination tag to provide the star's teammates a viable 'rub' isn't a bad concept."
On Kane's new role: "Hopefully, Kane will add to the 'Authority' storyline currently being played out in WWE. I'm often asked what I think of the latest Kane idea and I'm not smart enough to predict the future and am willing to watch how Kane's revised, TV persona and presentation plays out. We'll know soon enough."
On Kassius Ohno's release: "Obviously, it is regrettable as no one wins in this particular scenario. I have been out of the WWE loop for a while but know that there were issues that were being addressed with this matter while I was still in the company. Ohno/Hero was well thought of and I felt he had a the potential for a bright future in WWE. Perhaps he still does down the road. Any time a talent with the experience, skill set and potential that Kassius/Chris possesses fails, it is an unfortunate situation for all involved in the process. Having been there, hopefully all can learn from the experience and hope that history doesn't repeat itself. These issues are rarely one sided as it takes two to tango."
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