Pro Wrestling Since 1997
Mar 23, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck
Today’s topic: What was the best live house show you attended?
Yesterday’s discussion – Fandango
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I don’t know if this counts since all their shows get sold as DVD’s, but it was ROH in Detroit on a Wrestlemania weekend. Don’t remember the official show title but it had many good things: Jimmy Jacobs and BJ Whitmer’s wicked cage match, 6-man Dragon Gate Main Event, cute Australian girls sitting next to us … all sorts of awesome.
Should be taped … for TV, on-line or DVD release …
Some matches are very good, some combinations do not happen on TV or PPV, …
WWE should take notes from TNA house shows. TNA shows are awesome matches and very fan interactive. WWE house shows are a waste of $ and time.
Back in the 90s I attended a few great house shows saw owen hart, yoko, lod all the greats that aren’t around anymore…good times, always good times.
My first show ever. My uncle took me to KC to see it.
Undertaker was champion before the Summerslam match with Bret.
Did a match with The Brittish Bulldog.
Mine is a tie between WhenI went to was Impact Wrestling at Ricoh in Toronto. The show was stacked top to bottom and met the entire roster at Intermission and my first ever house show when i was 8 at maple leaf gardens N Hacksaw Jim Duggan comes out chanting USA and the entire front row stood up and chanted CANADA
Sept 17,1981 Memorial Hall Kansas City Missouri, Nearly a 30 Minute Match between Dusty Rhodes and Rick Flair for the NWA Heavyweight Championship. Flair won his first NWA Heavyweight Championship.
TNA house show in PR
Go be old somewhere else, Greg.
never been to a truly great house show. nothing that sucked, but nothing that stood out as truly fun.
Would have to be an old Southeastern Championship Wrestling show back in the mid-1970s in either Corbin or Williamsburg, Ky., that featured Ron and Robert Fuller, Jimmy Golden, Toru Tanaka, Don Carson, the Mongolian Stomper, and many other greats or an ICW show in London, Ky., at the National Guard Armory when I almost got into a fight with Randy Savage.
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