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Andrew Spey 🏆
The ranker's oath: I will objectively order to the best of my abilities without bias or prejudice, and never assume the results of an injury default.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 11s
Replying to @LilMelvy
lol 10% of the venue is > 7,000 seats.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 12h
Replying to @TheInsideTrip1
seventh floor crew hell yeah
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Andrew Spey 🏆 12h
Replying to @a_kenny86
Just the jumbotron. But we had a good unobstructed view of it!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 12h
Replying to @killercankles
yes, very slippery mat that year.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 13h
Replying to @EB47521
it sucks that every wrestling fan is going to be forced to fly to Minneapolis and watch the championships from the upper deck of a football arena but that's what the NCAA decided so tough luck sports fans.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 13h
Very thankful to be an NCAA credentialed internet writer and I expect the media set up in US Bank to be very nice, however, for the record, this is where I watched last year's NCAA Championship.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
Last year, the biggest complain was that the venue was too small. This year, the complaint is that it is too big. The good news is next year the NCAAs will be held in the Goldilocks Arena. Thank you.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
I might not be. Last NCAAs I was in the overflow media are was watch above the upper deck and further away from the mat than any paying customer, approximately the same as in previous years. Media credentials don't guarantee good seats.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
Replying to @bratke_s
Yes, which is why the highest priced tickets for Wrestlemania are the nose bleeds.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
Replying to @Jagger712
Sounds like a great exclusive fan experience. I'm sure it will be a smashing success!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
Replying to @randallflag19
WWE is actually fake wrestling theater, whereas we're talking future professional wrestlers, but the point remains my friend!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 18h
Someone forgot to tell all these WWE fans that they've been having a miserable fan experience for the last few decades.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 19h
Replying to @AndyHrovat
Where you host your events is up to you! WWE has a lot of experience hosting events and they don't seem to mind larger venues but to each their own!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 19h
Replying to @AndyHrovat
Yeah if ticket sales dip then big football stadiums will stop bidding on being a host. The market will take care of it. Either it works or it doesn't. I think it's cool but either way I'm not sweating.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 19h
Replying to @AndyHrovat
Ticket sales and the host bids in the next cycle will determine if the demand is there. Also live in-venue and streaming at-home experiences are not rivalrous. The larger venue does not negatively affect media rights.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 19h
Replying to @AndyHrovat
It's two different things. Being able to host the NCAAs in an NFL football stadium is showing growth without regards to broadcasting. I also don't think the streaming is negatively impacted by the venue, in fact I would lean toward it helping.
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Andrew Spey 🏆 22h
Dennis asks a good question which will be addressed shortly on a new episode of Who's #1 the Show with and
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Andrew Spey 🏆 24h
This is going to be dope. Sold out enough basketball ball arenas, this is the next step up. Wrestling is growing and that's a good thing!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 Feb 25
Replying to @meister_tony @CPyles8
I leave that up to the professional podcast rankers!
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Andrew Spey 🏆 Feb 25
thank you I will.🤘
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