Originally posted by oldschoolheroOne thing to consider...perhaps this suspension thing is a set-up to hold off Brock's return match until WrestleMania? Obviously the Big Show would've dropped the belt to Angle by that point-possibly at the Rumble, which could also be where Brock claims the no.1 contendership. Just a thought.
That could work, but i'd rather it be the other way around. Have Lesnar the champion, and have Kurt win the Royal Rumble. After all Kurt has done I'd like to see him win the Rumble.
Although we still don't know how the Rumble is going to be handled since it will probably be both Raw and Smackdown guys.
Originally posted by MoeGatesOut of curiosity, how much was the seat? Becuase Iin can handle paying twice as much for rent as in Florida, but if I found out I'm paying twice as much for pay-per-views also, I'm going to have to seriously consider moving.
I paid $75 ($88 after Ticketmaster got through with me) for much worse seats than yours. I'd say half were better, half worse.
The tickets were $61.50 a piece, third level pricing. Not bad, I think. It was $200 for ringside, $90 for floor seats, and I figured "ehhh, that's too much money for a PPV that's not one of the Big 5". I'm very pleased with my seats.
This was the best Backlash since 2000 in my mind, and it's a shame that so few people (probably) saw it. Even Kane and Punk threw out stuff I wasn't expecting and made their match entertaining. Line of the Night: