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Madusa Blames Lack Of Leadership For Backstage Disorder In WCW



On a recent edition of the “Busted Open Radio” podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Madusa (Alundra Blayze) attributed the challenges experienced during the final days of WCW to a lack of leadership.

Madusa expressed her observations regarding the behind-the-scenes disorder, saying,

“There was a lot of unhappy talent there. And some people call Goldberg neurotic. Some people call Nash and Hall f*****g egotistical. Some people call this or that, mismanagement of Bischoff. And then Vince Russo is a crazy f*****g crazy crazy dude, or something. I don’t know. But when you put that combination together, and there’s no cooperation or leadership, this stunk of no leadership. Completely. And so when you get promised things and it doesn’t happen, it’s the result at the end of the day of the person in charge. And that’s why Eric [Bischoff] got a lot of f*****g flack probably.”

The rise and fall of WCW are documented in the VICE TV docu-series, Who Killed WCW? The series finale airs on Tuesday, June 25.

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