Let's start with honesty this is the first time I have ever gone to an event as they have never been in my area to my knowledge. This is first time that a wrestling event was held the stadium in Flushing since the WWE ran Showdown At Shea in 1980. Overall the show started slow but then got better as it continued, but all the Meet & Greets went very well and the talent were very personable from what I understand. I can honestly say that I am looking forward to them coming back and would love to go again it was a great time.
Honestly the idea of having this type of show is foreign to me, because I don't really picture having a wrestling event in a baseball stadium for many reason, but that just might be my traditionalist side coming out. I just believe that wrestling events aren't meant to be held in particular venues for many reasons, but that just might be me. However, one of the many reasons Stadium shows don't work is it's harder to hear the fans cheer, but that wasn't the case today. Below is list of the guys I thought got the most heat and the biggest pops.
I love looking back wrestling's past. I view my job as bring new life to the part of wrestling some people thought was gone.