Only watched the first two matches so far but I’m a fan of this show! Both were really good! That Stephen Amell is something. If I were ROH, I’d convince Sinclair Broadcasting to buy the CW and then have Todd Sinclair become a heel owner of the company and bring in Stephen Amell to become world champ.
Moving all weekend has kept me from being able to catch this show. I'm extremely disappointed as it sounds like it was a blast. It might still be a few days as I'm still moving stuff over and have to wait for the internet to be switched over to my new address.
Falling asleep is why I missed it. At least you have a good excuse!Azmodeous wrote: ↑Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:54 amMoving all weekend has kept me from being able to catch this show. I'm extremely disappointed as it sounds like it was a blast. It might still be a few days as I'm still moving stuff over and have to wait for the internet to be switched over to my new address.
I finally carried my last load in for the night at 12:45 Saturday night after starting at 7 that morning. I worked from 7 to 11:15 last night carrying stuff over and still have a ton to move yet again today. I hope to finish today though as the office I was renting from is wanting me to return the keys tomorrow.
Just looked up the conversion and it comes to $8.99, I think I might switch out Hulu for this since I rarely use it (though I do love me some Castle Rock).
some random All In live thoughts... there were only 2 merch tables and the line ups were insane. sadly sold out of the only shirt i really wanted, which was the chicago bullet club shirt. the stage set up looked great in person. most matches were good to great, sadly to hear the bucks match got short changed on time, honestly really didnt need the MJF vs matt cross match. pretty much most people stayed for the post match speeches. overall a great experience. starrcast though i was not a fan of. having to wear a bracelet for 3 days kinda sucked. even worse i was never asked for my bracelet on friday or saturday. just needed more space, everything just felt in the way. it was nice meeting Dave Meltzer, Bryan Alvarez and RD Reynolds.