Having said all that last night was a good opportunity to revisit that place and see what was going on with Anarchy with the new ownership situation. This is a no-spoiler look at the taping, but I will go ahead and say that the match of the night for me was the opener between Slim J and Fred Yehi. I will be interested to see what others think of the match though.
The inside of the arena looked pretty sharp. The red and black was a good look and the new WRESTLEVISION monitor looked far better than what was there before. Now I personally don't think the monitor is necessary, but it was an improvement over the previous setup from over 10 years ago. The ring announcer was excellent as well. I never caught his name, but I believe it is Jonathan Feltner.
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It was a solid show and an even better bit of nostalgia for Norko and myself. Stopping at Barbecue Kitchen (College Park) on the way up and then The Varsity (Atlanta) on the way back home were also good decisions. My lifestyle is such that I'll never be in the "let's hit every TV taping" mode again, but I will go see a show a lot sooner than 10 years from now. That much is certain.