Post by the Moosiah on Apr 15, 2012 2:24:12 GMT -5
At an event in August 2009 in Edmonton myself and a friend were heckling CM Punk hard. (Loved Punk, just when I'm at shows I tend to side with a lot of the babyfaces over heels to show my appriciation for the heel's work). He took notice to me and my friend as he came out several times throughout the night. Perhaps what caught his eye was a "CM Plug" sign we held up. However after the dark match, it seemed that Punk and Hardy had targeted us almost because after a quick steel cage, Hardy came right over to me and friend as he tossed his clothing items into the crowd.
I caught one of Jeff Hardy's arm bands and then he left, and immediately after CM Punk would be escorted down the rampway by referees only to stop and yell at me and my friend before proclaiming that the Edmonton Oiler's sucked, we retorted with "fuck the Oilers" he replied "I HATE CANADA" before leaving. Amazing night, probably will be my favorite wrestling memory ever and that armband will forever signify that night for me.
I got a wcw Monday night Jericho tshirt. it was a gift and I was told it came at great expense (bout 80 bucks). I got a pic with Jericho wearing it at the Brunswick house wearing it. He was doing a sketch comedy thing there.
Getting beat by RVD doesn't make you bad, it just makes you like everybody else.
Post by Chad Rivera on Apr 17, 2012 15:34:09 GMT -5
Couple I can think of off the top of my head are..
* A 1996 WWF Magazine with Warrior on the cover that I had him sign when I met him last month.
* A 1993 WWF magazine with Hogan on the cover that I had him sign when I met him a couple years ago.
* A WWF trunk circa 1991 with Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Legion of Doom, and The Rockers pictures on each side with the WWF logo on the removable top. I'm surprised that thing is still around. I've had it through multiple moves.
Its not the coolest wrestling souvenir, but the most cherished wrestling related thing i have is Owen Harts funeral mass card that they handed out to us that were outside to show our respect for Owen at his funeral.