Former WWE and WCW creative writer and current TNA creative writer Vince Russo has written a second book focusing on his time in World Championship Wrestling. The description reads:

“Highlighting the athlete renowned as the savior of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and the man who destroyed World Championship Wrestling (WCW), this behind-the-scenes autobiography documents the astonishing career of Vince Russo. Chronicling the rise, fall, and eventual rebirth of professional wrestling, this engrossing account answers questions such as How did Vince McMahon win the war between the WWF and WCW? What was Eric Bischoff really like? and Why did Hulk Hogan threaten lawsuits?

Penned by a winner of the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, this memoir details the author’s historic face-off with Hulk Hogan in Daytona Beach as well as the legendary Monday Night Wars.

Exploring the inner workings of the sport’s most turbulent era, this memoir speaks from the center of the maelstrom, delivering a fresh and informed perspective on the current pro-wrestling scene.

From the death of WCW to the rise of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling?the world’s fastest-growing and most cutting-edge wrestling promotion?this remarkable narrative demonstrates how a grown man can find peace within the insanity of the squared circle.”

The book is scheduled for a February 2010 release.