Sky/B-Boy has been done twice before in PWG and AWS, and both times the matches where great.
TigerDriver98 wrote:As Joey is already set for title defenses in Europe
Similar to a Yang-London match perhaps?
Honestly, I'm not that hyped about this. It is kinda interesting (and I'm sure it'll be quite good) but I suppose I wanted to see SD/Davey-Evans/Strong match so much that anything else would be a letdown. I much look forward to seeing Davey and AJ square off however
Also... tickets are $20 now? I wonder what made them raise the price. Not that it will keep me from going... but it may be harder to convince friends who are new to PWG to tag along at $20 a ticket.
TigerDriver98 wrote:Also... tickets are $20 now? I wonder what made them raise the price. Not that it will keep me from going... but it may be harder to convince friends who are new to PWG to tag along at $20 a ticket.
WannaB wrote:$20 is still damn reasonable.
I love all of the matches except the Topgun/Klosov and the six man. Topgun hasn't seen much one on one action so I dunno how he'll fare in this one.
The six man doesn't look all that great on both ends. You got three high-flyers vs three guys who dont much high flying.
And I can't wait to see Steen kill Sabin.
Hell! $100 for nosebleed to WM21!? That was one of the worst WrestleMania's ever.
shyboy13 wrote:...Assuming attendance growth remains constant, a 25% increase in ticket prices coupled with less than 25% drop in attendance is a good business move. Profit will be higher because the demand for the product is relatively inelastic in this scenario...
So I have another very bad injury, this time to my shoulder/rotator. During my match at Big Pro on Saturday I took a bad bump and came down with all my weight on my right shoulder. Now, not many know this but when I was a teenager I'm almost 100% sure I broke the rotator in my right shoulder. One day, me and my friends decided to get drunk, then ride our bikes, roller blades and skateboards down to the local jack-in-the-box to cure our drunken hunger. Right before we got there, we ran into this girl and so we started talking to her. I was giving her my boyish charm when all of a sudden I trip over this huge crack in the ground, go flying through the air and coming crash down with all my weight on my right shoulder. Now, the standard is when you're drunk, you tend to not feel as much as, if anything at all. But this was the exception. Right away I knew it was bad and that it'd be something that I'd have to deal with later on in life and that later on was this past saturday. As soon as I hit the mat, I knew I was in trouble again and it couldn't have come at the worst time. I have to wrestle Jimmy Yang on Saturday, which is pretty close to, if not the biggest match I've ever had. Next to wrestling Chris Daniels that is... Actually, I'm not really sure which is the bigger match. On top of that, I'm going to Europe in a months time and I'll be having a couple of touch matches while there. Good thing they're tags, but I still would have liked to be at 100%. Seems like I haven't been at that for a long time now... I guess by Friday, we'll see how I'm feeling. Man, I'd hate to miss out on my match with Yang. Been waiting for that for awhile...
onlxn wrote:WannaB wrote:$20 is still damn reasonable.
I'd agree. And I think it's a smart move. They're not saying that prices will be $20 or more for all time -- they're experimenting with higher prices to see how they affect attendance, and can always adjust them back if it really drives people away. While I'd obviously like to pay as little as possible, I find a night of PWG to be worth at least $20 in entertainment value, so I doubt it'll ever make a big difference in my decision-making.
I kinda get the sense that the 'G has been pretty profitable lately, and I'm wondering what they're planning on doing with the extra money (other than simply keeping it, which would certainly be reasonable). More trips? Fancier tag belts? Some sort of long-term plans to purchase a venue or something? Dunno. But it's a really well-run company, and a rare wrestling company that seems to be on solid financial ground.
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