This is probably goodbye (for now)

Hey all,

Just a quick note:

I’m not sure if I’m long for attending any more conventions/autograph signings — or, at the very least, I’ve already significantly cut down on the number of conventions/singings and don’t see that changing.

The hobby has gotten increasingly expensive and I cannot justify to myself the exceedingly high prices that have seemingly become the new norm (wrestlers who were once $25-$30 combos in the pre-pandemic years are now routinely charging between $40-$60). It’s become too much, too fast, and I’m probably moving on to dedicating my money toward other interests.

This doesn’t mean you won’t ever see me around — you will. I’m just going to be a little more selective with where I go and who I choose to meet.

Take care,


BREAKING: Legends of the Ring announces discontinuation of Superticket

Major news from one of the biggest wrestling conventions out of the North East:

This is certainly an end to an era.

My take: the Superticket was usually a tremendous bargain, though the oversaturation of names appearing at conventions throughout the country (particularly the U.S.) made the Superticket a little more expendable for me throughout the last couple of years.

All Good Things, I guess…

Attending the Garden City Trading Card Show, Part II

I decided to make the short trip to the Garden State Trading Card Show in Secaucus, NJ, which was about a 20-minute drive from my Jersey City apartment (Jenna was nice enough to drop me off). I had two main wants for this show: AEW’s “Legit” Leyla Hirsch and the former ROH Women’s Champion Rok-C, who is reportedly headed to NXT 2.0 imminently. There were a few other guests that I had on my radar as well, so let’s get to it:

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