Vince Russo has wrote a new article for What Culture in which he talks about his 10 biggest regrets in pro wrestling.
His #9 regret was that he put Vince McMahon before his family.
"This was a huge mistake for me. Something I wish that I could take back every day—but, can’t. My wife raised my kids on her own without me being there—it’s that simple. Rather than put my time and effort into the only thing that should have mattered to me—I was out chasing ratings that in the big scheme of things meant absolutely nothing. I put Vince McMahon and the WWE before my own family, and just writing that sickens me.
I missed my son hitting his first home run—to this very day that still haunts me. And, for what, somebody who, went it came down to it, didn’t give a s**t about me? He only cared when I was the cash cow delivering him numbers. For that, I gave up my family. That’s just about as sad as it gets."
Russo also talks regrets about not standing up against Eric Bischoff in TNA, getting into the business in the first place, jumping ship to WCW and not making the business a a better place.