Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has an interview with Jerry Springer, who was promoting the new WWE Network series, Jerry Springer Presents WWE Too Hot for TV, which premieres tonight after RAW. Below are a couple of highlights:
His thoughts on Vince McMahon:
"He is an icon in the whole concept of entertainment. He knows exactly what his audience is and what he wants to do. In show business, that is rare. Everybody strives for that. To find a niche and keep focused on it and not branch too much outside your comfort zone, I mean he knows what he wants. He knows what works. He knows his audience."
Working with WWE:
"They've been great to work with. They were great to work with when I was on Raw a couple of months ago with the Bella Twins. They let me live, which was awfully nice of them. When the Bella Twins were on top of me in the ring, I turned over and said to one, 'You have 25 minutes to get off me.'"
Springer also discussed hosting the show, not watching his own show, WWE knowing his comfort level when he works with them and more. You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
Source: The Miami Herald