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spikestoyiu - 2012-04-12

This is generally how most Philadelphia sports events pan out.

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-04-12


spikestoyiu - 2012-04-12

This is generally how most Philadelphia events pan out.

pastorofmuppets - 2012-04-12

Don't try that at the Electric Factory.

Stopheles - 2012-04-12

This was in Queens. I didn't make the show because my girlfriend of the time wanted to do something else that night.

I resent that.

spikestoyiu - 2012-04-12

MY BAD. I thought that was the ECW area (which I've never been to). My ECW obsessed friend would be so ashamed of me.

Hooker - 2012-04-12

Yeah. The ECW Arena has three notable features that make it easy to tell:

1) It's just a warehouse, so there are no balconies or anything of the sort.
2) The lighting is God awful.
3) There is a fat guy in a cabana shirt and a straw hat in the front row.

Crab Mentality - 2012-04-13

Hooker, you bring up a cherished memory. When ECW came to my town, I went as the hawaiian shirt guy.

You know there's something special when you can dress up not only as the wrestlers themselves, but also the fans.

On a side note, did you ever notice the guy who looked like Rob Zombie? He's almost as common as the hawaiian shirt guys.

Stopheles - 2012-04-15

Please, please: the front-row shills you guys are talking about were "Hat Guy, Stan Lee and Rick Rubin."

fedex - 2012-04-12

lame, i thought he was gonna try to jump clear from the balcony into the ring

Wonko the Sane - 2012-04-12

weak, even by wrestling standards

jimmicampkin - 2012-04-12

You should never knock a man for having standards

mon666ster - 2012-04-12

To appreciate this, you need to understand how completely over the Dudleys were as heels at the time.

You also need to not be a pathetic whiny wrestling hater.

Screwtape - 2012-04-12

I always had the impression that ECW fans were mostly smarks though. Maybe not the ones that would actually showed up at events?

mon666ster - 2012-04-12

All it takes is one drunk mark and a couple hundred smarks encouraging him.

Hooker - 2012-04-12

ECW fans used to litter the ring. WCW fans used to litter the ring. WWF/E fans never litter the ring, and I think the promotion suffers for it.

Cena_mark - 2012-04-12

You're right. Wrestling does need that to see the fans passionate about something. I'm surprised the Rock pinning Cena at WM28 didn't do that. I got so mad I almost broke my TV when that happened.

Potter - 2012-04-12

SO guy gets insulted, gets lowered as carefully as one can from a balcony by wrestling fans, and then does not in fact fight anyone? What the hell was I watching then?

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