Live WMania Fan Report: Lots of Superstars Watch PPV, More

Nick Paglino

Thanks to Lenton Lees for sending this in:

Just woke up from getting back from WrestleMania. I have seen a bunch of live reports from all over the internet so I won’t post crowd reactions and all that boring stuff. BUT, I would like to talk about the WWE Superstars VIP section, which happened to be 5 rows behind where I was sitting. It was FULL of Legends, Current stars, and their families. A few of the names in the seats were Kevin Nash, X-pac, Road Dogg, Ted Dibiase Sr., Larry & Briscoe, Terry Funk, Paul Bearer, the entire Hall of Fame  class(after their ceremony segment and excluding HBK), and Billy Gunn even popped in. After completing matches the current stars would show up in the section. I won’t run down all of them but will mention a few things.

-Kane seemed to be very good friends with the legends, the only time I saw him he was laughing with them.

-Heath Slater stood alone, leaning against a pillar. Poor fella’, his mania moment was cut WAY too short.

-I don’t know who’s wife is who’s but man! Some major hotties up there.

-Edge LOVED the Undertaker/HHH match. After Taker kicked out of the tombstone he was laughing his ass off.

-Hall of Fame & Taker/HHH were the few segments where the VIP section gave standing ovations.

-Edge & Christian set together with their wives (girlfriends?)

-Kevin Nash was very friendly, throwing up the Wolfpac sign every time we cheered for him.

It was pretty awesome, added some extra spice during the dull spots and was fun to see people show up in street clothes after their matches. Other things you may not have heard about from live show.

-Guy on floor seats was wheeled out on a stretcher after Triple H’s entrance. No clue what happened, the EMT’s were pushing him very slowly, didn’t look like it was an emergency.

-Many of the Barbarians from Triple H’s entrance were outside the arena chatting after the show. I didn’t know at the time they were FCW talent, dag-nab-it!

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