Originally posted by FirecrackerAn unrelated question: is there any site that has the cards for upcoming house shows? I'm thinking of going to the RAW show in Miami, but I want to know who's wrestling who first.
usually wwe.com posts the house show cards in advance...
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Originally posted by thefrasermanOK, here's the deal. I won 2 house show tickets last night doing a cheesy hogan impression. The crowd loved it! and I just have 3 questions for you.
I follow a simple formula. I ask a question, you answer. I ask you answer. Got it? Good. Now onto the questions.
1: Does the Rock make alternate appearences on BOTH brand house shows? Or just smackdown where he was originally on?
2: is it easy to aquire backstage passes? My girlfriend is a major Booker T mark and would absolutly love to meet him.
3: When I get pics of me with one or two of them, whats the best pose I should use?
That is all.
1- Check the ad campaign for your house shows. They'll let you know if The Rock's on it.
2- Uh... personally, I wouldn't know how to go about getting a back-stage pass. I would avoid it myself. I don't like the idea of disturbing the performers before, and after a performance. Performing really wears a person out. They probably really, REALLY enjoy their quiet-time.
3- ... You could try standing next to them with a big grin on your face? ... That usually makes for a good picture...
The local newspapers were advertising who'd appear at the local house show almost a full month before WWE.com put anything up.. and the advertised lineup changed a few times on us. In fact, the lineup even changed from the program we bought at the show itself. Fortunately it changed for the better, as the main event of Steve Austin vs. the Big Show in a steel cage was turned into Austin vs. Eddy Guerrero, with RVD and the Undertaker meeting in the cage instead. That was a pretty good show, actually.
But yeah, check your newspaper ads, even if the matches change around a bit they'll generally have the right people advertised. Probably won't have the Rock, but you should get just about everyone else (we got Ric Flair as owner for our show, so you might even get Uncle Eric).
Originally posted by thefrasermanPPPFT. I checked the newspaper, radio ads, etc. And all they advertise is THE NEXT BIG THING. So unless he's coming back to RAW, that's majorly unlikely. It IS a RAW house show so there ya go.
Actually, Brock may still be there. I've heard the fed has wrestlers who have switched shows due to storyline issues honor house show commitments for their old show.
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