So Raw and Smackdown are coming to my home town of Halifax on back to back nights to the same arena. Has this been done many times before? Should be interesting to see the attendance. Only about 150 people were there for the Smackdown on sale date this past Saturday.
I'm not sure if I'm correct, but I think they had Raw and Smackdown in MSG on back to back nights in the summer of 2001. I went to Smackdown and it was when Sean O'Haire and Mark Jindrak debut. Also, Albert won the IC title that night, what a great moment.
Rememeber when WCW was losing so much $$$ they ended up taping WCW Thunder right after Nitro was over in the same arena on the same day? Best part was one week on Nitro, Pyscho Sid got beat down on Nitro but the "gimmick" was he could not make it to Thunder in time for the show, even though it was the same day.
I know this has nothin to do with the first post but it made me rememeber that.
Originally posted by LikelySo Raw and Smackdown are coming to my home town of Halifax on back to back nights to the same arena. Has this been done many times before? Should be interesting to see the attendance. Only about 150 people were there for the Smackdown on sale date this past Saturday.
But John Cena was there for first day sales. I'd think he'd be over huge, when you think of white rappers you think of Detroit and Nova Scotia. What rhymes with low turnout? Word!
cause there's limits to our liberties. 'Least I hope and pray that there are, cause those liberal freaks go too far.
I'll crush all opposition to me And I'll make Ted Kennedy pay If he fights back, I'll say that he's gay
Check it- See, the people didn't turn out, They were too busy being burn outs. They're afraid of a rappin' white dude, Call me that tho and you'll be rude. The 150 that came aren't to blame for their lack of shame. They simply wanted tix and not to see Hans Blix chew on a bowl of grits. So don't be hating on Cena this night - You betta believe it - Word. Life.
Thank you, thank you, I'm here all evening! ;-)
Yo, it's me, it's me, it's (points to self) P-A-B!
OK, putting some stuff in order for fun. Most Watched Matches in the History of Pro Wrestling on Cable TV: 1. Austin vs. Undertaker, 6/28/99 (10,721,000 viewers) 2. Rock vs. Shane, 5/1/00 (10,576,500) 3. Austin & Rock & Vince vs.