I've mostly lost interest in wrestling, sad to say, but I enjoy reading about it here. I watched WM1 on closed circuit and went to WM2 live (for the part at Rosemont Horizon) and haven't seen or went to once since except for watching DVDs.
You make me interested in the experience.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
ROH or any other indy show is worth the trip. They usually do their best to deliver the best wrestling of the weekend. Personally I never really cared for axxess since I didn't bother getting in line for autographs but the atmoshere itself is fun.
Wrestlemania itself always gave me chills. It really is the biggest show of the year and an amazing experience.
Oh..and make sure you attend Raw. As proven the last few years it's always an amazing atmosphere. An arena full of smarts waiting to let their voice be heard.
As a TNA fan I'm curious - how does the atmosphere at Bound for Glory compare to Wrestlemania?
Generally I don't watch PPVs, but I'll admit to going out of my way to find a place that was showing Wrestlemania XIX back when it seemed like it would be Angle's last match. (Plus, I felt the Angle/Lesnar feud was perfect as well, so I wanted to see it to its conclusion.)
Heyman marches to the beat of his own drummer so the rigid 'yes man' system of WWE isn't conducive to his creativity. Heyman was used to having the autonomy to go in his own direction, not having to filter it through layers of McMahon's.