My Bronx Tale

I always look forward to the last weekend in January because I’m guaranteed to meet the New York Yankees of past and present. MAB Celebrity Services hosts a Yankee-centric show (Bronx Tale, Pinstripe Parade, etc.) that are typically loaded with talent.

This show was the exception.

The only current member of the team was its manager, Aaron Boone, who appeared in 2018 (and maybe last year though I can’t say for certain). Legitimate legends and/or Hall of Famers like Reggie Jackson, Dave Winfield, Tim Raines, and Paul O’Neill were scheduled to appear but they’re the definition of “Virgil-esque.”

Gary Sheffield was a fresh name but ultimately canceled. Lou Pinella was another fresh name but his prices were completely out of whack; speaking of out of whack prices, Luis Sojo and Jose Rijo were $40 a pop for photo ops!

Saturday morning was going to be incredibly, incredibly light for me: photo ops with Andruw Jones and Lee Mazelli with Bobby Shantz on Sunday.

So let’s get to this bite-sized report.
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Catching up: Guest announcements for Big Event, Legends of the Ring

I hope everyone had a happy and healthy 2019! We’re just days away from the start of a new decade! Bananas.

I’ve been off the grid these past few weeks because life has been crazy (mostly good crazy) so I figured I’d make a post catching up on the latest guest announcements for Big Event and Legends.

Also, I plan on posting a Year-End Review starting today or tomorrow.

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Big Event adds Gangrel, Rocky Johnson, & Demolition to 18th lineup

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We have GUEST ANNOUNCEMENTS for Big Event 18! Let’s take a look:

Gangrel is the Big Event’s $25 Admission Guest. You’ll gain admission to Big Event 19 and receive a free autograph from a wrestler – Gangrel in this case – for $25. Sounds like a good deal to me!

And we have a couple of vendor announcements:

Captain’s Corner adds WWE Hall of Famer Rocky “Soul Man” Johnson to their lineup while…

…RDP, Warriors of Wrestling, and Sorrentino Promotions add Ax and Smash of Demolition.

Big Event and Legends of the Ring announce headliners for next shows!

I hope everyone had a hearty Thanksgiving! I just downed some leftovers for lunch — Thanksgiving leftovers are almost as good as Thanksgiving dinner — and I hope you’re all doing the same.

The Big Event has announced one of their headliners for their 18th show:

And Legends of the Ring has announced a headliner of their own:

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