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Vince Russo Biography

Dibya Raj Adhikari Wed Mar, 2016
Vince Russo

Facts of Vince Russo

Date of Birth: 1961 , January-24
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch

Quick Timeline of Vince Russo

1961 Born in New York City, New York, United States
1983 Graduated from University of Southern Indiana
1992 Hosted the show, Vicious Vincent's World of Wrestling
1992 Joined WWF Magazine
1997 Became the head writer for WWF
1999 Joined WCW
2014 Launched a website called Pyro and Ballyhoo
2005 Published his first book, Forgiven
2005 Produced two shows
1999 Won Wrestling Observer Newsletter
2000 Won World Championship Wrestling

Detail Timeline of Vince Russo

January 24 , 1961

Born in New York City, New York, United States

Vince Russo is a good looking guy with a fascinating beard. He was born as Vincent James Russo in New York City, New York, United States of America. He was raised in Farmingville, New York. He is an American and is of Italian descent.

1983

Graduated from University of Southern Indiana

After his high school graduation, Vince joined University of Southern Indiana with a major in journalism. While he was there he also worked as an assistant sports editor for The Shield. He completed his Bachelor's degree in 1983.

1992

Hosted the show, Vicious Vincent's World of Wrestling

In the late 1980s, he began training with Johnny Rodz. During that time he also began his writing business. In 1992, he hosted the radio show Vicious Vincent's World of Wrestling. He hosted this show for about a year. 

1992

Joined WWF Magazine

While he was working in a radio station as a host of its show, he began working for WWF Magazine as a freelance writer. Later on he became the editor of WWF Magazine and in 1996, he joined WWF Creative Team.

1997

Became the head writer for WWF

He was promoted to the higher posts within a short period of time. After a year in WWF Creative Team, he was named the head writer for WWF in 1997. He began writing for its show Raw Is War.

October 5 , 1999

Joined WCW

He quit WWF in 1999 and then he joined WCW on 5th of September 1999. The reason why he left was said to be his dispute with Vince McMahon. In WCW, he created and wrote Crash TV. 

2014

Launched a website called Pyro and Ballyhoo

Vince Russo is a multi talented guy. He launched a website called Pyro and Ballyhoo in the early 2014. There he began sharing the news about the recent happenings in the entertainment industry and also about the wrestling world. 

2005

Published his first book, Forgiven

He is an author, writer as well as a wrestling pundit. His first autobiography Forgiven: One Man's Journey from Self-Glorification to Sanctification was published in 2005. This book was mainly about his days in WWF. 

2005

Produced two shows

He is also a producer. At the end of 2005, he produced two shows for his Ring of Glory independent promotion. Besides these show, he also produced short-lived online Christian ministry titled Forgive in 2004. 

1999

Won Wrestling Observer Newsletter

He is a great writer and a wrestling pundit. He spends most of his career as a wrestling writer. In the late 1990s, he was honored with Wrestling Observer Newsletter. He won this award in 1999. 

September 25 , 2000

Won World Championship Wrestling

He has won several awards and honors in his life. On 25th of September 2000, he won World Championship Wrestling for the first time in his life. He won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship that year. 

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Vince is a married man. He has been married to Amy Russo since a long time. As a loving spouse, they have been parents three times. There is no any rumor about his extra affairs and girlfriend and there is no any sign of them getting divorced. He is happy to have her as his loving wife.

After his high school graduation, Vince joined University of Southern Indiana with a major in journalism. While he was there he also worked as an assistant sports editor for The Shield. He completed his Bachelor's degree in 1983. In the late 1980s, he began training with Johnny Rodz. During that time he also began his writing business. In 1992, he hosted the radio show Vicious Vincent's World of Wrestling. In 1992, he began working for WWF Magazine as a freelance writer. Later on he became the editor of WWF Magazine and in 1996, he joined WWF Creative Team. He quit WWF in 1999 and then he joined WCW on 5th of September 1999. His first autobiography Forgiven: One Man's Journey from Self-Glorification to Sanctification was published in 2005. The actual figure about his annual salary is unknown.