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Wrestlemania XL
#1
Man Wrestlemania has the potential to a good one! And the possible storylines!
#2
Really speaks to WWE's depth that they can lose CM Punk, Brock Lesnar, and Seth Rollins all within a short time and still be able to book a competent Wrestlemania. I've lapsed after the Royal Rumble, but will try to catch up soon.
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#3
Went to Raw last night at Rupp and it was a great show. The storylines are definitely heating up before Elimination Chamber and headed into Wrestlemania.
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#4
(02-13-2024, 04:06 PM)Bluecat Wrote: Went to Raw last night at Rupp and it was a great show. The storylines are definitely heating up before Elimination Chamber and headed into Wrestlemania.

Nice! How was the experience?
#5
(02-14-2024, 03:01 AM)Cactus Jack Wrote:
(02-13-2024, 04:06 PM)Bluecat Wrote: Went to Raw last night at Rupp and it was a great show. The storylines are definitely heating up before Elimination Chamber and headed into Wrestlemania.

Nice! How was the experience?
It was awesome. I had been to some house shows, but this was my first Big one. Much better in person and the crowd was awesome.
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(02-14-2024, 10:04 AM)Bluecat Wrote:
(02-14-2024, 03:01 AM)Cactus Jack Wrote:
(02-13-2024, 04:06 PM)Bluecat Wrote: Went to Raw last night at Rupp and it was a great show. The storylines are definitely heating up before Elimination Chamber and headed into Wrestlemania.

Nice! How was the experience?
It was awesome. I had been to some house shows, but this was my first Big one. Much better in person and the crowd was awesome.

Raw is coming to my city in the next few months. Arena is much smaller than Rupp. I'm trying to figure out the hard-cam side and see if I can get in for cheap-- tickets aren't really moving for whatever reason and you can get in the door for $20 in an arena that only seats around 18K for a basketball game. I've always heard people say that you want to sit on the side that the hard-cam is on because all of the action is going to be facing you, whereas if you are on the other side, you are going to be seeing a lot of the performer's backs if it's a TV taping. Any advice on figuring out which side I'd be on would be greatly appreciated.

Went to an AEW taping recently and was really glad to get to check some guys like FTR and Malakai Black off my list, but it was pretty dead. Just not a lot of people and they were trying to get everyone to move around to fill seats. The ROH portion was pretty cool though-- it was the 4th and 5th hour of the show and people were leaving in droves, so we got to go just outside the floor on the hard-cam side for about an hour; most of the performers were still trying to make a name for themselves and just seemed hungrier.
#7
If you are using ticketmaster you should be able to see the layout. Although a lot of the action shots are on the hard camera side, seemed to be pretty evenly spread out. They have cameras everywhere. I didn't realize how many they used for the live shows. We was facing the cameras and saw plenty.
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(02-15-2024, 09:58 AM)Bluecat Wrote: If you are using ticketmaster you should be able to see the layout. Although a lot of the action shots are on the hard camera side, seemed to be pretty evenly spread out. They have cameras everywhere. I didn't realize how many they used for the live shows. We was facing the cameras and saw plenty.

How can you tell the hard cam side based on the layout?
#9
If you can tell where the wrestlers are coming out, the cameras will be on the right side of that in the center. They will usually block that center section. Hope that helps lol. I'm not too good at directions lol.
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(02-17-2024, 10:30 AM)Bluecat Wrote: If you can tell where the wrestlers are coming out, the cameras will be on the right side of that in the center. They will usually block that center section. Hope that helps lol. I'm not too good at directions lol.

Makes sense. This is in an NBA arena and has very small sections (only 6 or so rows in the hard cam area), and they've already released tickets for all of the uppers, so I'm already late to the party. I appreciate the help though and think that you are right.

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