I’m a Part of Wrestling History (again)… First TNA Wrestling House Show

As many of you know, I am a huge fan of professional wrestling. I always have been and always will be. I think that I still want to be a wrestling manager or a referee. (Before you start commenting back… Yes, I know that it’s staged, but these people are still athletes in my opinion.)

Last night, I had the most incredible time of my life. I attended the 1st ever TNA Wrestling house show, which was held at the Compuware Sports Arena in Plymouth, MI. All I can say after watching it was "the WWE is in BIG TROUBLE… This stuff is the real deal!"

The event was being co-hosted by TNA Wrestling and Psychopathic Records (the label of the Insane Clown Posse). There was not a bad match the entire night. Everyone there had a great time, and I hope that they come back again. I’ve been to many WWE shows, including some pay-per-views, and none of them have compared to the excellent wrestling I saw last night. (I have to admit that I enjoyed Wrestlemania III better, but I was much younger then.)

Also VERY INVOLVED with making this night a success was Rudy "The Rude Boy" Hill, a man I can call a longtime friend. We grew up on the same block 2 doors away from each other. From the time that we were kids, he loved 3 things; his family, music and wrestling. To this day, he’s living his dream. I’m very proud of him, and I’m sorry that I haven’t kept in touch with him. I promise to do a better job in keeping in touch with him in the future.

Rudy… I mean, Rude Boy, I’m proud of you! You’ve done well!