if you are going to wrestlemania or live in the area then this may interest you. you can now buy tickets for the madison square garden backstage tour on ticketmaster.com. i have got tickets for the day of mania for 3pm. as mania starts at 7. you have to imagine there will be wrestlers in the building at that time. these tickets are already going on ebay for around $70 but are only $17 officially. i dont know how many are left but i would get in quick. there are hourly tours from 11 onwards. good luck
I recall from the RR2000 that when we did the tour in the afternoon, the ring was there and a lot of guys were hanging out at ringside (HHH, Test, Albert, Hardcore Holly with BB) and up in one corner there was Tazz...we freakin marked out when we saw him..
WHAT WERE THE WRESTLERS LIKE BACKSTAGE? did they pose for photos and autographs or did they play the bigshot and refuse? at mania 19 the stars were doing appearances all around seattle(we saw torrie doing tower records and the dudleys talking to schoolkids on the seattle tower). if anyone knows of appearances or signings in new york within a week of mania xx can they post them. many thanks
I just walked backstage during a show I went to (RAW) one time when we got there a couple hours early. Most guys were all hanging out together just chatting. Me and my friend just got a lot of weird looks, but no one said anything until we accidentally walked into the shot of a photographer. The production people were fucking pissed, but none of the wrestlers looked or acted like they gave a crap.
Security was local and therefore shitty.
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La Parka's still working down in Mexico. The problem is he can't appear on TV, since AAA owner Antonio Pena owns the gimmick. The pencil-thin La Parka you see on their TV program isn't the true chairman. He can be found on handhelds, though.