Hamilton comic con has officially announced Cowboy Bob Orton and Jake Roberts. On their site & Twitter page.
Two names who I hope they add are Don Muraco and "Superstar" Billy Graham. That would be awesome. I'd get autographs and photo ops from both for sure!!
Does Billy still do shows? I haven't seen him advertised for anything in a while but could just have overlooked it. I don't think Don is happening but could be wrong. I saw something recently that suggested travel was getting too hard for him (he lives in Hawaii). The only shows I know he's done in the last few years have been for Legends of the Ring out of New Jersey. They seem to have a good relationship with Don. He did one in 2008 and in 2015 and I believe on other one in between.
Here's my Vader autograph. I had nothing for him to sign and since Wrestle Reunion made you buy 8x10's (i bought a few but not a Vader one) so i ended up having Vader sign a note pad that i brought just in case.
Post by NotHimAgain on Jun 24, 2018 13:42:13 GMT -5
I drove from Vancouver to Seattle on the weekend to attend Ace Comic Con. The focus of the convention was on the cast of the Avengers, but they also had Becky Lynch, Shinsuke Nakamura, and Lilian Garcia there as well. Charlotte was initially announced to appear but cancelled and was replaced by Carmella, who cancelled last minute, so it was down to only 2 people instead of 3. In addition to the autograph and photo-op sessions, there was a Q&A session hosted by Lilian Garcia which lasted about 1 hour. At the beginning of the Q&A Shinsuke made a joke about "not speaking English" which was pretty funny for anyone following his current SD run. The line up for Becky wasn't too bad, probably only around 50 people or so by the time she was supposed to start signing. This was the General Admission group, there was also a VIP session earlier in the day. She was very chatty and personable with the fans, which was good, but on the other hand made it take longer than it should have as a lot of people were going to meet Shinsuke as well (Becky started at 7pm, Shunsuke was 7:30pm). Shinsuke was a pretty standard handshake, signature, and a thank you, and didn't take longer than 5 mins because all the people who went solely for him already finished, so it was only the people coming after Becky that were waiting in line. It's pretty rare to have any big conventions featuring WWE stars in the Pacific Northwest, so it was a great opportunity to get some autographs even though another replacement guest (preferably a Legend) would have made it better.
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