Sad day at the office today. Obviously no one I work with has met him since he wasn't on great standing with the company after he left in '94. Since I was recently put in charge of doing "career and life retrospectives" after someone passes away, I was ready to jump at the chance of doing this one ie. interviewing past and present superstars, putting together a tribute video etc. I'd be doing it on youtube and it would've ended up on twitter and wwe classics on demand.
Unfortunately his passing is too big of a story so other top WWE producers are handling it for the mainstream website and probably something at the pay per view and Raw.
RIP, he was one of the funniest guys on the mic.
Forget the man crush. I drop what I'm doing to watch Zack Greinke pitch.