I am lucky enough to have tickets (on the first level even) to the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday. I am going with 2 friends, both longtime wrestling fans. We are all 30 years old and while still avid fans are somewhere in between sign waving marks and face-booing-heel-cheering smarks.
The fact is that this is probably going to be our only chance to be this close to these guys. My favorite wrestler from my youth is Bret Hart and I am very excited to be there for what reasons to be an interesting speech.
My question is this: To those who have been to this event, what goes down?
We'll be in suits, of course, but how are things like photos and autographs handled? We certainly want be respectful, it is a big night for many people, but as I said, I'll likely never get this close to these guys again. I guess I probably wouldn't be that into autographs anyway, but I am wondering how these guys are with getting pics taken.
The next night at WM22 we'll ditch our suits, pick up another sign waving friend and (well, I'm going to cheer for the heels).
Recap of previous month's PPV: For the first time, there were open seats! A couple tables and booths were available. After Austin's match in the middle of the card, a good number of people left and several seats were open.