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!
Well, aside putting it in my bank account to take care of my future college education, I'd give a large sum to my parents and sister so they could get the houses they need. The rest of the money...road trip to St.