There's a fair number of Canadians on this board, and a few from the West, including myself. The WWE seems to have forgotten us over the past few years (since Benoit) but it's nice that they're giving us some love.
October 16th – PNE Agrodome in Vancouver, British Columbia (Raw)
October 17th – Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia (Raw)
October 18th – Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta (Live RAW)
October 19th – Rexall Place in Edmonton, Alberta (Smackdown taping)
October 23rd – MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba (Supershow)
Sadly, no shows in Regina. Hmmmm.
What really bugs me is that Calgary and Edmonton have incredible crowds - we love our WWE, and we show up with excellent energy and reactions - yet for some reason...
Of course, that leaves me to ask: who's gonna check out the shows? If I can, I'll be heading to Calgary for the Live RAW and then catch the Smackdown here in Edmonton.
If I'm not in the process of buying a house or moving or something, I might go to the Raw and SD tapings, even though the last ones were nothing special. Plus, that time of year, you never know what the weather and the roads will be like. So probably, but we'll see.
TNA: Brawling Matters. The brawl did last a while, but my God, the Eric Young "match" felt like it took up half the show. I think Young is funny most of the time, but that just dragged on way too long.