I'm Marco, born & raised in the Netherlands. 40 years old, married for 18 months now to a wonderful gal from the USA who moved to my little country to be with me. I work in IT management and like to read (comic)books, play computer games and watch movies when I have alone time.
I watched WWF as a kid when it aired on the SKY channel that we got in Europe. Lost track of it in the early 90s (SKY went off the air in our region) and totally forgot about it until 1996 when we suddenly got TNT and I got to see Nitro around the time of the nWo angle. I was hooked, so were 2 of my friends. At some point we got access to WWF/WWE again and we were hooked twice. In 2000 we went to the Royal RUmble in New York. My friends said we oughta go to Wrestlemania the next year, I laughed it off but we did go. WM-X7 was awesome so we went to the next 12 editions and added ROH and other shows as well. One of the best parts of this was that we got to travel all over the USA and see different cities and 'cultures'. By now we have families and different priorities so no more WM-trips for us, but we still watch all of the PPVs together.
I'm a 36-year-old college professor from Oklahoma. I'm also president of my local Board of Education. I've been married 18 years (we are VERY happy) and have two sons. LIFELONG WWF/WWE fan and I've been here since the old CRZ Board.
My name is Richard, and I'm 35 years of age. Happily married to my wonderful wife, we have a five year old son. I'm a IT Change Manager currently, while also doing volunteer QA for a game called Solforge.
I spend way too much time looking into conspiracy theories. I don't believe in any but I really, really want to. I am constantly searching out something crazy to believe in but thus far it seems not to exist. I do like Alan Moore's take however: