What a weekend.


The crew – Three years of attending Wrestlemania with these folks.

Well, I’ve arrived back to town. I went from sunny and 85 degrees to cloudy and snowy, 34 in Chicagoland. But, it’s great to be back home. Wrestlemania was fun, as always. Many folks who watched it on TV said it wasn’t that great. I’ll have to watch it later.

I’ve met so many great folks over the weekend. First, I want to give thanks the Justin LaBar and Josh Isenberg of WrestleZone for organizing another get-together. They’ve done this I believe, seven years in a row but this was my third one with those guys. It was a great time.

Now, I want to give a special thanks again to a random fan at the WrestleCon convention at the Hyatt Regency. I was trying to get tickets to meet The Iron Sheik, which has been a lifelong dream of mine. As I was walking to buy a ticket that was apparently, sold out, a random fan was walking out of there. Outside, he offered me his wristband for free. I thanked two or three times before going in. And because of that, this happened:



How cool is that? I was also lucky enough to meet the living legend, Larry Zbyszko and Matt Hardy. Those two guys were very excited to be apart of the weekend and very genuine individuals. Here are some pictures of that as well as some from Sunday. Enjoy.





7 Responses to “What a weekend.”

  1. chucky Says:

    Damn! Looks like fun Fro. Glad you have a great time. I didn’t think that it was all that bad. Many of the same people who said that are probably the same people who bitch about Cena or Orton or Triple Haitch (copyright, William Regal) all the time. Or people who scream on the wrestling blogs to Vince to bring in new talent, then say that Roman Reigns sucks hard. Which he doesn’t, in my opinion.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    It was a great time, indeed. Being in there in person, it was all great and it might have just been fatigue in the last hour of the show. They need to find a way to shorten these things up because sitting through shows for that long can be tiring. I don’t get the dislike for Roman. I am not much of a fan of his, but I don’t think it’s the worst option either.

  3. chucky Says:

    He’s not nearly as bad as Mike “The Jizz” Mizanin.

    I know that much anyway. That shitstain should never get near the main event……ever.

  4. Pie in the Sky Says:

    That might actually be the way to get Reigns over…book him in a feud with Miz.

    Reigns is mostly a product of poor booking. Of course, there are people who boo him just to be part of the trend. WWE almost had him over when he defeated Sheamus for the title on Raw. They messed him up when they had him leave for most of the RR. Made him look weak. Plus, his ascension has been a bit forced and predictable.

    He’d benefit from a manager (or let him cut different style promos), booked as a bad ass instead of an underdog (looks foolish with his character), and maybe do what Cena was doing with the U.S. Championship defending it every night. That was actually helping him…and the title…to get over.

  5. Fro Dog Says:

    I can just go back to 2014 in the Royal Rumble where he was left in the ring with Batista (someone none of us wanted to see in the first place either). The reason why the crowd was cheering for him to win was by default. As you said, it’s bad booking in a big way. Make him someone who just fucks shit up rather than cheesy insults and as you said, looking weak by avoiding certain situations.

    A heel run is imminent. Sadly, it may be too late.

    And Chuckster, I can see you still hate The Miz. Go eat your Booty-O’s!

  6. chucky Says:

    Fro….I already ate three boxes!

    I love me some Booty-O’s

  7. chucky Says:

    PS……Oh yeah, by the way. The Miz SUCKS!!!!!


Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: