6 hours before the show I walk into my Marshal Field's department store, the local ticketmaster location, and purchased two tickets in section 119, row 5. This is two sections off center towards the stage/titantron on the opposite side of the camera. $45 each. Not too bad of seats for such a late purchase. I get out of work at 5:30 and Detroit and the Joe is about a 2 hour drive from here, so I'll be getting there just as the doors open, if everything goes smoothly. Not too worried about missing anything important. Maybe just a dark match or two. I'm excited to see Brock destroy Zach Gowen, and if it's anything other than a complete destruction, I'll be disappointed. Should hopefully be a good show since it's the last chance build up to SummerSlam.
EDIT: Well, according to 1wrestling, the Zach/Brock match has been pulled and was actually never really the match, despite being advertised in Detroit. It was thought of as being a possible match, but ultimately decided against, but the advertising people still ran that as the advertised match since it's Zach's "homecoming" as he's from the Detroit area. Oh well. Hopefully I'll at least I'll get to see Matt Hardy give the kid a Mattitude adjustment.
Man thats sad if you could get pretty decent seats this close to the event. The last event I went to (No Mercy 2001), we were upper deck dead center, and I bought those online within an hour of tickets going on sale.
ugh man im trying to convince my gf to get me tickets for unforgiven for my b-day, but good luck with that, even though its a month after my b-day it on the same day as hers so that scratches that idea
Yeah, how weird! Two wieners is the same row right next to each other... uh, that didn't sound right! Small world, eh? I liked being able to see Eddie, Rhyno and Taker in their vehicles behind the stage- I wouldn't mind getting those seats again, though I'd rather have yours since you had a better view of the entrance ramp.
Al Snow. Underrated--especially as a sports entertainer. He can be very funny. He went from crazy guy with Head to Tough Enough trainer. I remember him playing cards with a stuffed deer head (complete with lit cigar)