Let me tell you something, brother!


I have to say, I’ve been fortunate enough to attend the last four Wrestlemania’s and six overall. The last four, I’ve been able to attend. Every one of them, I was able to meet some wrestlers.

Last Saturday in Orlando topped it all.

My hotel was a ten-minute walk from where Hulk Hogan’s new beach shop opened up. He was doing meet-and-greets for a few hours and luckily, I didn’t have to wait long.

15 years ago, I went to my first wrestling show (Smackdown) in Rockford. It was the first week Hogan was back in the then-WWF with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash (as the nWo). I’d have to say my wrestling fan-hood came full-circle that afternoon.

3 Responses to “Let me tell you something, brother!”

  1. chucky Says:

    Damn, Fro. First Flair, now Hogan. Pretty cool man. I was wondering if you went to Orlando for the weekend, Did you get a chance to see Raw on Monday? Reigns had NUCLEAR heat for beating Taker the night before.

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    I did go there for the weekend, but took a 6:30 a.m. flight back the following day. I had no sleep going into Monday and didn’t sleep much going back.

    These shows are just too damn long. I could not stand being there a total of eight hours on Sunday. The show should be three or four hours maximum. The pre-show goes two hours and the main one for five. That’s way too damn long. I was beat by the end of the night.

    Yes, I did see Raw. They need to turn Reigns heel. The crowd already hates him.

  3. chucky Says:

    Agreed! Reigns should go heel. But I’ll never understand why they hate him. He can work, and he has a million dollar look. Maybe his mic skills aren’t the greatest, but so what? Sting spoke volumes for a year and a half, and never uttered a single word. Reigns should do the same thing. But because WWE gave him a monster push, and because Vince really liked him, the “fans” dump on him. It must be pretty demoralizing for him. I’ve always liked the guy. And unless the shitstains in creative dress him up as a fucking rooster, I always will.


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