Like others have said, its all about what its worth to each individual. Me personally, I think $99 for autographs of some of my favorite wrestlers growing up is a good deal. Others may think its a rip off. It all depends I guess.
I just want to know that its going on for sure before I get my ticket! I know that sounds crazy, but with all the doubting on some of the threads, I'm beginning to wonder!?
Because when this all started it was promoted on this board as a HUGE WINDY CITY WRESTLING CARD and we got updates on the card everyday and this was going to be Windy City's biggest show since the Ampitheatre days etc, etc and now we get "Wrestling Legends Under the Stars" and WCPW's name has conviently been left off tickets and posters. So what is the deal? Why can no one answer this question for me?
I guarantee you if AAW, Elite, Joey Eastman, Billy Whack, POWW or whoever else was running this thing their name would be ALL OVER IT.
How do you not see that this is shady?
First of all, it is easy to say "I would do this" when you are on the outside looking in. None of us know how these events have come together. The fact of the matter is, the flyers and posters I have seen have Windy City's name as co-sponsors of the WRESTLING event, along with the other sponsors. I am sure no advertising would go out that Sam has not approved, and his company's name IS on the posters and flyers I have seen. So this debate on SHADY is largely unfounded.
FACT: Windy City usually delivers on what they promote.
FACT: Toyota Park Delivers some of the biggest names in Music every year. Clapton, B-96, Chesney, Buffett, and many more have used that facility and love it. Have to think there is intregity there as well.
Now, it might just be possible that Sam has other things to do than answer a question that has been answered here before. I don't know....he does have a show this weekend, and the biggest show of his company's history 2 weeks later after all.
Let's stop watching the zapruder films guys. No conspiracy to be found here.
Yeah, how much are seperate autographs? I want an 8x10 (which I'm assuming they'll provide there) and just one drawing that I have of Hogan (my friend drew this awesome picture years ago) that I want to get signed. Will he charge for that?
Not to be a killjoy, but I wouldn't assume they will have pictures to be signed. you might want to bring something. I have no idea either way, but best not take a chance