Vince Russo Says Jim Cornette Placed Him ‘In Fear of Physical Harm’ (FULL PROTECTIVE ORDER)

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Pro Wrestling Sheet has obtained the full protective order Vince Russo filed against Jim Cornette … and in the document, Russo admits he was placed “in fear of physical harm” by his nemesis.

The document states that a judge approved the petition for a temporary restraining order before it was served to Cornette and agreed there was sufficient evidence showing that stalking had occurred.

As we previously reported, Vince listed an episode of Jim Cornette’s podcast to describe when the last incident happened. He also said the stalking has been going on for 18 years in multiple states.

Jim is not allowed to “threaten, stalk or commit a sex offense” against Russo. He’s also been told not to harass, annoy or telephone Vince. The order doesn’t, however, protect anyone in Russo’s family — even though Vince requested that his wife be included as well.

The order is effective for 1-year. If Cornette violates it, he could go to jail.

Read the full document below.

  • Mark Schoeman

    I just wonder if after a career of jump the shark moments, is this FINALLY the one that puts Russo out of the public eye?

    Russo initiates a confrontation in response to a critique on WWE network with a “debate challenge” to Cornette and a critique of his own, Cornette responds with an escalation of the challenge, a fight that requires Russo to agree, to which Russo does a monologue mocking Cornette, who returns one in kind….and now Russo runs to mommy and daddy for protection and since Dixie and Vince have abandoned him, that’s a judge to make Cornette stop. That’s the same move my brother made when we were kids. There’d be a disagreement, he’d make it bigger than it needed to be, then when he couldn’t match wits, he ran to our parents crying….

    • Marty Funkhouser

      to be fair, i’d rather watch Russo’s WWF than Cornettes WWF. Thats a fact bro

    • Scott

      This has been going on for longer than the Table for 3 Segment on WWE Network, which I think Russo overreacted about. But all Russo did to “initiate confrontation” was challenge Cornette to a debate or conversation to hash out their differences and Cornette seemed to want no part of it yet he went on with making challenges to a fight and making other threats.

      With Cornette it was probably more of a worked promo than a shoot or legitimate threats but this is a quote from him way back in 2010
      “I want Vince Russo to die. If I could figure out a way to murder him without going to prison, I would consider it the greatest accomplishment of my life.” Just reading that I can’t blame Russo for having concern about his own well being and his families.

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