Here are some more thoughts from a demented mind in Central Florida: I won't be attending the Impact tapings at Universal, but I will check out the Axxess Tour at some point. One of my buddies and I have tickets to the Friday night ROH show downtown - Section D, Row 5. I may check out ROH's Fan Fest at Orlando Jai Alai on Saturday afternoon to meet the Briscoes. Three of my buddies and I have tickets to the Hall of Fame for Saturday night, and then, six of us are going to the Citrus Bowl for Wrestlemania.
Oh yes, and I have two evidentiary hearings set for court at 10 am on Monday morning, March 31. Anyone know where Kane's voicebox is? I think I'm going to need it for court.
Why yes, I am both a musician and a lawyer. Thanks for asking. :)
I will probably order Wrestlemania. That said, the only thing that will convince me NOT TO is simple: If the WWE decides to put a broadcasting or region lock (or whatever it's officially called) on the ECW Battle Royal that's shown online...then I will not order the PPV.
I'm sick and tired of not being able to watch HEAT, especially when they have some decent matches. I hate that the WWE doesn't come to Edmonton or Calgary, even though we have the hottest crowds outside of Montreal or Toronto.
Am I being petty? Maybe...but $50 or $60 for a PPV is a *LOT* of money...and I can buy two video games with that money. I really don't want to support WWE with my dollars if they're not broadcasting online to this country.
EDIT: the ECW Battle Royale was viewable online in Canada, and I will be buying the PPV.
(edited by Oliver on 30.3.08 1643) Mahou henshin! Magi magi magi...magiro!
I always vote, and since in the last election there were no good candidates for President, I looked up the State of Illinois' policy on write in votes and with the greatest of accuracy cast my ballot for Homer Simpson.