Russo is joined on today’s show by his co-host Jeff Lane and Glenn Gilbertti (Disco Inferno).
Lane mentions that news broke this past week saying that Matt and Jeff Hardy spent $2,500 of their own money building the set for The Final Deletion and Russo says he doesn’t doubt that for a second. When he initially saw these segments on TNA programming, he knew there was some money put into it. It actually surprises him that they were able to do it for only $2,500.
Russo also says that if Ed Nordholm continues to talk about other people’s business, he’s going to get himself into legal trouble. If he wants to be in the news so bad, why doesn’t he just get GFW writers to write him into the show as an authority figure? Gilbertti has no idea why Nordholm continues to talk publicly like this, but he’s certainly having troubles maintaining the public relations side of his business.
Russo informs that he has some backstage dirt from GFW. He says that GFW recently needed a bottle of alcohol for a specific scene, and Anthem sent a runner out to purchase a bottle. Apparently the runner spent $400 of Anthem’s money on alcohol that evening and only one of the bottles were ever seen. Two people confirmed this story to him this past week, and Russo thought it was hilarious.