On the newest edition of Vince Russo's Nuclear Heat, Russo talks about TNA's audience disappearing. With ratings as low as ever for the company Russo, a former TNA writer, talks about how their audience is a fraction of what they enjoyed during the Spike TV era. Russo gives you a super-sized edition of the show, elaborating on the changes that have happened in TNA wrestling. Topics include:

- Dixie Carter being afraid of making creative decisions.
- Russo and Bischoff clashing in TNA.
- Russo getting Bruce Prichard hired, Prichard becoming his boss
- TNA's numbers declining rapidly
- How adding wrestling caused ratings.
- John Gaburick didn't like being challenged and having an ego.
- The accidental email that got him fired.

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