A part of me died when kayfabe died. Kayfabe was treated with reverence. It was a privilege to be smart. It was a privilege to be involved in this business. It’s not because you had $1200 and could go online and buy a pair of f'n boots, and now you’re a f'n pro wrestler. --Ed Chuman.
You guys looking for larger venues to run, or do you have the PWG philosophy when it comes to that?
We are running larger venues.....
We honestly didn't know how we would do on a Thursday night. It's not exactly your normal night of the week to run on. Not to mention, ROH barely put 250 in Bourbon Street the last time they did a Thursday.
There is nothing wrong with the PWG philosophy of creating a demand in the market place. We are believers in that as well, as should every company. Every business survives on supply and demand.
So I guess the answer to both parts of your question is yes.