The first thing I saw when I pulled into the Double Tree Hotel parking lot where MVP was signing autographs was a TNA promotional vehicle. I thought that was odd. I was chatting with someone inside the lobby who mentioned that the vehicle had been circling the parking lot all day. Inside, there was a
I ran into “Sign Guy”. People were asking him for autographs and taking pictures with him. I’ve seen him on Youtube before and heard about him but I had no idea how “almost famous” he was. Odd. He seemed like a really cool guy though. I took a picture with him for the hell of it. The line for the MVP autograph session was very long. It took awhile for it to start moving but once it did, it moved quickly. Some dude who works for WWE kept coming out and telling us that the line was “cut-off right here”. Lots of people left right at that moment but loyal fans including myself stuck around. That same employee came back out and told us “you guys are standing here for no reason”. Nobody left. I made it inside the “lounge” where MVP was signing. He signed my Wrestlemania boxing glove keychain. He seemed like a very polite person. There’s not a whole lot to say about him though because the WWE employees were rushing everybody so much. “Keep it moving.” I was disappointed in the fact there was no chance for a photo opportunity. Oh well.