I am wondering if anyone could tell me how the seating (as far as sight lines are concerned) is at MSG. I am going to WrestleMania...and due to the fact that I am going as part of a bus trip and have never been to the Garden, I was wondering if you can see everything regardless of where you sit? The only thing I know about my seat is that it's going to be in the 200 or 300 level. I was wondering if anyone who has sat in either of those sections could tell me how the view is from there. Thanks.
There's not a bad seat in the house unless youre on the floor seats and those idiots never put their signs down (yeah, im talking to you)...I guess the same goes for any arena. People who bring binoculars hardly use them no matter where they sit.
Originally posted by jerkflavorkoolaidThere's not a bad seat in the house unless youre on the floor seats and those idiots never put their signs down (yeah, im talking to you)...I guess the same goes for any arena. People who bring binoculars hardly use them no matter where they sit.
Well, hopefully if its similar to my past floor seat experiences, if the idiots keep their signs up, the crowd will get on them to put them down. When I was at Judgment Day in Charlotte, there didn't seem to be too much of a problem, but I was in Row 4...I suppose the signs get worse the farther back on the floor you are.
Of course, I'm trying to be positive since I have floor seats to WM. And I WILL tell those idiots to put their signs down! :)
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I´ve been to the Royal Rumble in 2000 and to me it looked like there wasn´t a truly bad seat as well. As far as the building itself is concerned there simply isn´t anything to disturb or distract you. So relax and enjoy that biggest show of em all .... damn you! *justkidding*
Yes, my B(ad) as it were. I should have put a space between the match stuff and the creative kudo's on Goldust. Also, I've read/heard about how Bret Hart and Michaels were famous for not pre-planning their matches.