The first Legends of the Ring without their World’s Famous Superticket was a solid, if unspectacular, wrestling convention with one of the lightest lineups they’ve ever had; that being said, there were enough wants to draw me in and I left feeling pretty satisfied. Onto the report:Read More »
I attended another Garden State Trading Card Show out of the La Quinta Inn in Seacacus to meet the newest star of AEW: Toni Storm. I’m a big, big fan of hers and the show is ~15 minutes from my apartment with a reasonable general admission fee of $10. No brainer.Read More »
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…
This is how a convention should be: a solid guest list, spacious venue with FREE parking, and an absolute breeze to get through. My wants for the day were fairly limited but I’m thrilled with how everything turned out. Let’s get to it:Read More »
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:Read More »
Another add to the March Big Event, this one courtesy of Scott Wilder Promotions:
Another (and expected) guest announcement for Big Event XXI:
Here’s a UFC headliner announced for the upcoming Big Event:
More guest announcements for the March event!
Up first, a former NXT star:
Another guest announcement for The Big Event XXI: