Saturday, November 9, 2019

AEW Dynamite Live Report (11/6/2019)

This past Wednesday, I made the two and half hour trek from Raleigh to Charlotte, North Carolina to attend AEW Dynamite at the Bojangles Coliseum. This was my first time attending an AEW show and my second time seeing a wrestling show at the Bojangles Coliseum (The first being TNA Genesis in 2009). The Bojangles Coliseum, was formerly known as the Charlotte Coliseum/Independence Arena, and hosted numerous NWA/WCW events including Starrcade 1993 and Slamboree 1997.

My girlfriend, Brandy, accompanied me on my trip to Dynamite and we arrived around 5:45 PM with the doors scheduled to open at 6:30 PM. There was already a line wrapped around the building for fans waiting to get in. We paid our eight dollars and hopped in line. I was surprised by how organized the Bojangles Coliseum staff was as they started breaking up this massive line and creating new lines at other entrances of the arena. I’ve never been to an event that’s done that before and it really made getting into the building much easier than trying to funnel this one massive line into one door.

I had read online that the merch stand got busy, so as soon as we made it through security we hopped in line. T-shirts were priced at $30, the hoodie was $60, hats were $30, a flag was $20, patches and pin were $10, and a sticker was $5. I’d say that all the prices were very reasonable, when you take into consideration the shipping costs (and time) when ordering from I’ve had my eye on the AEW hoodie since it was released earlier this year, and the grey AEW shirt, so I picked up both. Brandy decided on the Riho baseball tee and we left quite satisfied with our purchases. 

If there is any complaint to be made about the merch stand it’s the selection. Obviously, they can’t bring all the goodies from ProWrestlingTees to each arena, but the selection was quite limited as you can see from this picture. What you see up here is all that was for sale. On the far left you can see the outline of something black, that was one of those cheap bags that sold for $15. 

Once we had changed into our new AEW garb, we made grabbed some Bojangles from the concession stand and made it to our seats. I didn’t buy our tickets the day they went on sale, so I had to settle for tickets a little higher than I prefer. Our view from section 122 wasn’t bad at all though, and the crowd was actually very cool around us. Everyone in attendance seemed to be all for AEW and that made for a great environment. 

Justin Roberts came out first, accompanied by this amazing graphic of The Golden Girls all over him. 

I can’t say enough good things about Justin, he was fantastic the entire night. He kept the crowd entertained between commercials and ring set ups, and gave everyone enough information to keep us anticipating what was coming next, without spoiling anything. He introduced Golden Boy and Excalibur, to announce the first AEW Dark Match, which consisted of Hikaru Shida vs. Big Swoll. Then he announced Arn Anderson as a guest commentator and the place went nuts. It was arguably one of the biggest pops of the night and I’d say the stands weren’t even full yet. 

After seeing Shida last week on Dynamite against Shanna, I became a fan. This match wasn’t nearly as good, but it was still a very entertaining women’s match, something AEW has been struggling with. I won’t spoil the results since it hasn’t aired yet, but it was a decent match definitely worth watching.
Following the match, Justin Roberts announced Tony Shiavone and Jim Ross, who came out to a big ovation. It warmed my heart to see a sign that said “Welcome Home Tony” and if I had any complaint its that Tony deserves his own graphic card not just JR. 

During some of the downtime waiting for the show to start, the cameras focused on various fans signs and Justin Roberts made little quips about them. My favorite was when it stopped on a sign for Marty Scrull. It mentioned how the last Elite member needed to come home and the crowd cheered. I couldn’t agree more, and really hope Marty shows up sometime after his contract is up.

The show started off with a bang with PAC taking on Trent. I wasn’t expecting Trent to put up such a fight and it was a great match that got the crowd fired up. Orange Cassidy was great to see in person, and I’m not sure how much it made it on TV, but his slow motion actions had everyone in the arena cracking up. He does small things like, hit the mat to cheer on Trent in slow motion and it was great to see such dedication to the character.

This may have been my favorite match of the night, with PAC getting the win. It would have killed any momentum he has going into the pay per view had he lost, but I think Trent only made him look better and it really made me take notice of Trent’s single skills.

Cody arrived to a massive pop. If you are a wrestling fan, I’m sure you’ve seen this promo by now, but if for some reason you missed it, I’ll post it below. This is one of those promos that is going to go down in history. The arena was so loud, I completely missed the “undesirable to God damn undeniable” line. It amazes me how Cody has turned into such a white hot babyface. I’ll be honest, I didn’t see this in him. I liked Cody, but wow, you can see his father’s influence the older he gets and this promo just screamed a “modern day Dusty” to me. I just can’t say enough great things about being in the arena to experience this moment live. 

When I first read the card for this event The Dark Order vs. Private Party leaped off the page to me. I haven’t been overly impressed with The Dark Order, but Private Party has exceeded my expectations in every match. Well, this match had the opposite effect on me. I finally saw some bright spots in The Dark Order but felt like Private Party didn’t really do enough to keep me invested. The highlight of the match was Private Party finally making the hot tag and it being shut down immediately by the The Dark Order. It’s so incredibly rare to see that, I actually heard an fellow audience member turn to another and go, “Can they do that? I’ve never seen that done before.”

The match was entertaining, but it didn’t live up to the expectations I had in my head.
Then the Chris Jericho parody video aired and well… if it hadn’t been for Cody’s amazing promo this may have stolen the show. If you haven’t seen it, it’s worth the watch for sure.

A women’s tag match was up next with Riho and Shanna facing off against Emi Sakura and Jamie Hayter and this was definitely one of my favorite women matches thus far in AEW. I like all of the contestants and Hayter really impressed me a few weeks ago when she faced off against Britt Baker.  

These four ladies are who the women’s division really needs to be built around in my opinion and they did a fantastic job with everyone getting a moments in the spotlight. Sakura and Hayter got the win, which I think was needed to show that Riho is not invincible and could possibly lose this Saturday at Full Gear.

Then came Brandy’s video package, which was met with the same confusion as the last one. This may be the one thing that AEW is doing that I could care totally less about. I don’t want to see Brandy as a heel and these strange overly evil vignettes make no sense, when her husband is the top babyface of the company. They really need to scrap this and retool.

Brandon Cutler got squashed by Shawn Spears w/ Tully Blanchard. I expected a bigger pop for Tully, but I think his association with the heel Shawn Spears might have taken away some of the usual cheers. This was a squash match that made me happy once Joey Janella ran out for the save. It’s nice to see storylines in AEW Dark carrying over into Dynamite. Plus Joey has done nothing but impress since making his AEW debut and I would love to see him in a hot feud. I think Spears and he may work well together.

We were given plenty of time to get in our main event which saw Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page vs. Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara. 

The match was solid, with no one going too crazy. Sammy took one hell of a beating and his poor chest looked terrible after Kenny got done with him. Hager coming out and getting involved was a nice touch. Ultimately, this match was leading up to the massive brawl that ended the show and well… I can only describe it as amazing. 

Moxley coming through the crowd, Omega with the barbwire broom, MJF throwing Jericho into the ring, Nick flying off the top of the entrance circle onto The Inner Circle… I could just go on and on. It was a fantastic brawl and a great way to the end the show.

Following the chaos, Justin Roberts came out to remind us that they still had two more AEW Dark Matches to go, with one scheduled to air this Friday on AEW’s YouTube Channel. I’d say around 25% of the crowd left anyway, and the rest of us were treated to one terrible match and one decent match. 

The first match was Leva Bates and Nyla Rose vs. Shalandra Royla and Shazza McKenzie. I’m going to ruin this match, because I’ll be doing you a favor. Leva never gets tagged in and Nyla just destroys her opponents. It goes on way too long and at one point Shazza broke up a pin and someone in our section let out a massive, “WHY!?” It was hilarious, because we were all thinking the same thing. Honestly, I see where Nyla has a spot in the women’s division, but the rest of these ladies are maybe better kept off TV for the time being. It was frustrating seeing two good women’s matches and then this disappointment.

The final AEW Dark Match was a six man tag match featuring SCU and Cima vs. Kip Sabian and The Hybrid 2. With SCU having a huge PPV match in a few short days, they didn’t get much offense in, so CIMA carried the match for them. It was an okay match, but I’d argue it was quite skippable.

Following the match, SCU did some promo work and Kazarian threw out some free t-shirts. Eventually the Bucks and Cody made their way to the ring to make some jokes, throw out some shirts, and even plucked a child from the crowd whose birthday was that day to have a match for the “Charlotte Championship.” Brandon Cutler was recording, so they told him to lay down and take the pin because his recorded sucked anyway. After he lost, they proclaimed he was now zero and twenty. 

It was a great way to end the night and the crowd had a lot of fun. It was one of the better crowds I’ve been around and overall the entire night was a blast. AEW puts on a great TV product and it’s equally great live. 

My only real issue with their production is their sound, which sometimes seems to have issues on TV as well. The music is extremely low in the arena. My girlfriend even mentioned how the NWA seemed to do better with their sounds at the Crockett Cup and I agree. The pyro was amazing, but you just never got that pulse thumping feeling when a wrestler came out because someone had the volume set on six and not eleven. 

I will definitely attend more AEW events in the future and recommend it to any wrestling fans if they come nearby. It’s a great wrestling event and the best show I’ve been to all year. 

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Signed Trading Cards: Josh Briggs, Leyla Hirsch, Davienne, and More

These signed cards I got recently in person at Let's Wrestling on October 12, 2019 and Limitless Wrestling on October 25, 2019.

This card I got signed in Orono at Let's Wrestle it's from the Limitless Wrestling Series II card set released in 2019 

Perry Von Vicious
These cards I bought direct from Vicious at Let's Wrestling in Orono.  Both cards are self produced by Vicious, the one on the left I believe he said was made in 2012 or 2013.  The card on the right is from his 2019 set.

Josh Briggs
This card I got signed in Yarmouth at Limitless Wrestling, it is from the Limitless Wrestling Series II card set released in 2019 

Leyla Hirsch
I bought this card from Hirsch at Limitless Wrestling in Yarmouth.  I was released by Sabotage Wrestling 

Rich Palladino
I got this signed at the recent Limitless Wrestling show in Yarmouth, this is from the 2019 New England Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame set.

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Sunday, November 3, 2019

IWE Wrestling Live Report November 1, 2019

Tonight my friends and I had tickets to see Evil Dead: The Musical in Orono, Maine but due to a Halloween Night storm the venue was without power and cancelled the show.  So instead I headed to the Fairfield Community Center for a night of IWE Wrestling action!

Roughly 75 fans were in attendance, which is really good considering Fairfield is a big football town and there a home playoff game tonight as well.  IWE would have had no way of knowing this when they booked the show.  I remember a half dozen years ago I was one of 6 in the building on the same night as homecoming.

Unfortunately card subject to change was in full effect with a handful of advertised talent was unable to attend.  None the less we were treated to a card of five matches.

The show opened with General Manager Adam Ricker cutting a promo about tonight's main event and talking about his tag team title defense tomorrow against CPA.  He and his partner Jimmy Limits was going to take the night off to rest for tomorrow but JP O'Reilly & Ricky Williams were going to be in action tonight, and O'Reilly's match was now.

2 on 1 Handicap Match: JP O'Reilly with Ricky Williams vs. Roadblock & Lucifer with Coach Beavis

Roadblock and Lucifer had to tag in and out during the match.  Coach Beavis wanted Williams to leave ringside because he didn't have a managers license, which is old school and always makes me laugh.
O'Reilly held his own during the match beating the crap out of Roadblock along the way with an especially brutal kick in the jaw.

The finish was interesting as Lucifer was choking O'Reilly he refused to stop after the referee's 5 count and even pushed the referee who called for the bell for an obvious disqualification....wrong he declared it a no contest.

"Scuffling Hillbilly" Larry Huntley vs. Jason Maverick with Coach Beavis

I've known Larry for 20 years and I've always been entertained by his style of wrestling, which has evolved over the years, and tonight was no different.  Larry dominated the majority of the match winning after a Polish Hammer and getting the pin with the whoopee cushion.  Only downside to the match is we got no chops.

 Ricky Williams with JP O'Reilly vs. The Horror

The Horror came out in a bugs bunny costume, good back and forth match.  They worked an excellent bear hug spot.  They teased thumbtacks, but instead it was gummy bears in the bag, Horror chokeslammed Williams on the gummy's for the three count.

Johnny Primer vs. "Boston Bad Boy" Jason Rumble with Adam Ricker

This is my first time seeing Primer wrestle in years.  At one point Rumble was on the floor and the referee was laying in the count and Rumble said "I have until the count of 10" which is one thousand percent accurate.  I know it might seem ridiculous to others, but it's now pinning someone for three seconds, of breaking a hold after 5 seconds, or 10 seconds for a count out.  It's a three count, five count, and 10 count.  However long it takes the referee to administer that count is how long the competitor has to comply.  Even then, it's at the referee's discretion.

Rumble his sweet butterfly suplex late into the match, but it wasn't enough.  Ricker tried to interfere and John Bryar came to ringside to aid Primer.  Rumble went to the floor to confront Bryar which distracted the referee.  Ricker attempted to attack Primer but ate a cutter, Rumble then ate a cutter with Primer getting the three count.

The Guatemalan Prince vs. Allen Prophet 

This match plodded a bit, but overall was decent.  They bottom rope broke early in the match and they didn't seem hampered by it at all.  Prophet is very athletic and has some good high flying skills including a picture perfect frog splash!  He just needs work on stringing his high spots together and not just set up, execute, set up, execute.

The finish came when Prince had the referee back into the corner questioning a two count when Prophet came up behind him, Prince mule kicked him in the groin and then hit the rope assisted piledriver for the pin.  Post match Prince continued the attack on Prophet before heading to the back.

Prince, to me, shows a ton of potential if he keeps at it and gets under someones learning tree like Rumble.  He has moments where he's on point and others where he is struggling.  From what I've seen tonight and in the past he wants to be a wild brawler type like Bruiser Brody or Stan Hansen.  He should just embrace it for a spell and see what happens.

With intermission the show was over at 9:20pm so it was under two hours.  They didn't announce a return date that I could hear, but I'm guessing the beginning of December.  If you follow in the IWE or IWE Fan Nation Facebook pages they will announce it there.

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Thursday, October 31, 2019

My Experience at NXT Live on October 23rd, 2019

Last week, I attended my first NXT event from Full Sail University. After an amazing show in Durham earlier this year, I was excited to see NXT at its home arena. No doubt, Full Sail will go down as an iconic wrestling venue in the future, so I’m glad I was able to check this off my wrestling bucket list.

By now, you all probably know what happened on the show, so I’m going to spend less time talking about the matches and more about the experience at Full Sail.

The arena at Full Sail University is located in what is best described as a strip mall. Within the same parking lot as the arena are a few restaurants like Wendys, McDonalds, an ale house, and a Taco Bell. Across the street is a Costco, so this isn’t the type of place you traditionally watch wrestling. What’s nice about this location is there is plenty of free parking, it’s easily accessible, and the arena is small, probably about the size of a CVS drug store. With it being that intimate, there isn’t a bad seat in the house.

My girlfriend Brandy and I arrived about forty minutes before the doors open and found a line that was already eighty people deep waiting. We hopped in line and listened to wrestling fans banter while waiting for the doors to open up.

Outside of the arena is a small NXT merchandise trailer where you can buy the latest swag. Inside there is a small table which seemed to be run by student volunteers who were selling canned soda, bagged chips, and some candy bars. It had a very low budget indie feel to a big budget indy product, which was interesting.

Full Sail has some extremely strict rules regarding bags that can brought into the arena. Basically, you can bring in a wallet or a very small purse and that is it. The woman in front of us had what I’d describe as a small purse, and it was still too big to be brought into the arena. They have metal detectors and when they give you the canned soda, they tear the tabs off the top of them. It seemed a bit excessive, but I guess you can never be too careful.

The staff was organized and directed everyone onto the bleachers in an orderly fashion leaving. What I didn’t realize is that Full Sail only has bleachers on one side of the arena. It’s not completely surrounded by seating. It’s also much smaller in person than it seems on TV. Some of these pictures might give it better scale than what’s on TV.

It was very abundant that NXT is a television production and not a wrestling show. The referees were constantly directing the talent when to taunt the camera, exit the ring, pose on the ramp, etc. The camera men were constantly working the crowd up in a frenzy and I’ve just never seen that before at a wrestling event. It felt so staged and really killed any suspension of disbelief that may have been occurring.

The matches were decent, but nothing too memorable. It was nice seeing Cameron Grimes (Trevor Lee) in a match where he should have gone over, and the main event was wonderful on paper Keith Lee vs. Roderick Strong vs. Donovan Dijak, but it just didn’t go off as well as I think it could have.

Of course, this event will always be remembered for the heel turn of Finn Balor, which was stunning and left the crowd speechless. After the attack on Johnny Gargano, they spent a lot of time putting him on a stretcher and getting him into the ambulance. Then they forgot to close the ambulance doors and this led to everyone in the arena yelling at the screen as the ambulance drove away.

There was no closing of the show nor a  second main event following Balor’s turn, so the crowd all exited the arena rather awkwardly. I really felt like something was missing and maybe a proper closing to the show should have occurred instead of the fans just trying to squeeze out of the single entrance of the arena at once. Heck, even an announcer coming out to let everyone know the show was over probably would have helped a little.

If I lived near Orlando, I’m sure I’d be at Full Sail every Wednesday night. It’s affordable wrestling in a very cool venue. I cannot get over how much I liked the parking, how great all the seating was, and how on top of things the staff seemed to be. However, I will say as a wrestling product, it was lacking. There are no meet and greets or really anything wrestling related at the arena other than the single merch truck outside. The whole experience has that very sterile WWE feel to it and that was a bit of a disappointment, since NXT is always looked at as the grittier little brother to the flagship shows. I guess, I just assumed since NXT had a permanently weekly venue, they would put a little more effort into being a bit more in line with the popular aspects of indie wrestling, and not just a WWE lite production.

I had more fun at the NXT house show and I highly recommend checking NXT out if they ever come nearby. However, I would not make a special trip to Orlando to visit the Full Sail University, because it just isn’t worth it.

Monday, October 28, 2019

Limitless Wrestling Live Report 10/25/2019

Friday October 25th Limitless Wrestling  returned to action, this time in a new venue, at the AMvets Hall Post 2 in Yarmouth, Maine.  Canaan rode down with me and we met Mikey, Josh, & Roy there.  Carolynn attended her second ever Limitless show, the first being last month's Expo event.  Also saw the usually cast of regulars, Phil, Jess, Megan, Alex, and many others.

I like the venue a lot, easy to find, right of 295, big parking lot.  The place was packed, leaving little room for the gimmick tables but we all make due the best we can.  I would wager it was basically a sell out.

Pres-show Let's Wrestle showcase

CJ Cruz pinned "The Prize" Alec Price

These guys have has some great matches in Let's Wrestle, and if you are going to showcase the promotion you couldn't pick two better guys to represent the brand.  They brought everything that they had tonight and absolutely killed it!  Honestly this match set a very high standard for the rest of the card to have to follow.  Cruz pinned Price after a wicked missile dropkick.

Main Card

Leyla Hirsch pinned John Silver

Hard hitting match that was fast paced at times.  Several times it appeared that Silver had completely wrecked Hirsch but she just kept coming.  At one point Silver hit her with an impressive helicopter style blue thunder bomb.  It wasn't enough though as in the end Leyla walked out with her hand raised in victor.  

Maine State Posse: Aiden Aggro & Danger Kid defeated Violence is Forever: Kevin Ku & Dominic Garrini

Excellent tag team match! My first time seeing Violence is Forever live, they work very well together and utilize quick tags and high impact offense.  At one point this match broke down into a slap fight, the most violent slap fight I have ever seen.  MSP continued their winning ways pinning Ku after their finish.  I'm excited to see who is next for MSP. 

Kris Statlander pinned Caleb Konley

This was a great match, no surprise with the competitors.  We've seen Konley here in Maine before with Big Time Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Experience, including this past August in Fairfield.  However this was his first time with Limitless and I'm guessing that he'll be back.

Awesome combination tonight as Konley reversed an avalanche hurricanrana rolling through and coming with with a powerbomb, bucklebomb, and variation of a sit-out powerbomb for a two count on Stat.  Stat picked up the win with her finisher.  

Kris Stat just keeps getting better and better every time I see her.  I've heard that she signed with WWE but doesn't start until January which is great for her but bad for us.  I had gotten my picture taken with her the night she debuted in Limitless and I got another one tonight.

Gangrel defeated DL Hurst, Alexander Lee with Joey Eastman, & Danhausen in an elimination match

This was a fun match!  Lee had a lot of heat with the crowd, rightfully so, and Eastman is just a natural at getting people to hate him.  It was super cool hearing Gangrel's music and seeing his entrance, he had his goblet of blood and spit it before the match.

At the bell DL Hurst hit a quick package piledriver on Lee causing him to roll to the floor.  Danhausen then stood on the ring apron as "Tequila" began to play and he did the Pee Wee Herman dance kicking Lee in the face a couple times.  Trying to get away Lee ran into Hurst who also did the dance and kicked Lee in the face.  Rolling back in the ring he had a double kick will the fans yelled Tequila, it was a pretty amazing moment that got even better when Gangrel started doing the Pee Wee Herman dance.

The action picked up with Gangrel hitting is patented double arm suplex on Hurst.  A bit later Hurst had the upperhand on Lee but after being distracted by Eastman, Lee chop blocked Hurst and rolled him up for a three count holding the tights.

Danhausen was the next to be eliminated also by Lee after being hit with a low blow and what I'm going to call a reverse pedigree.  Not before Danhausen poured his jar of teeth down Lee's throat.

Eastman attempted to help Lee but got blood spit in his face from Gangrel who then pinned Lee after a wicked implant DDT.  For a guy that is 50 years old Gangrel looked awesome. 

Anything Goes: Dan Maff pinned Mathew Justice

WOW!  I'm not even going to try just go find this match and watch the hell out of it!  They beat the piss out of each other in and out of the ring first with just their first and then brought in tables and doors.  When the match was over the ring was a mess of broken door debris.

I'm a HUGE fan of Mathew Justice now and I want him at every Limitless show going forward.  The matches he could have with Ace Romero, Briggs, Greene, and basically everyone. 

Women's Scramble Match
Ashley Vox defeated Masha Slamovich, Jody Threat, Allie Kat, & Skylar with Jeremy Leary

This was the first match back after intermission and it got the crowd back up.  Got to see Slamovich with a sweet wheelbarrow suplex on Vox and Saito suplex on Kat.  Threat was irish whipped by Kat on her skateboard into Slamovich spearing her into the chairs.  Vox got the win when she submitted Slamovich.

Post match Kris Stat came out to celebrate with Vox, who got up on Stat's shoulders.  Stat then cut a promo stating that they were a team and proposed they take on MSP.  Then she said they should challenge the winner of Greene vs. Briggs in a triple threat match.  But ultimately she decided "How about I finish what I started and fucking murder you" dropping Vox on her face.

After a pull apart brawl Statlander challenged Vox to a Last Creature Standing Match.

"Red Death" Daniel Garcia submitted Fred Yehi

And now for something completely different.  This match was an excellent mat based encounter with striking, reversals, and submissions.  I friggin loved it!  So glad to see Yehi back and I hope he doesn't take so long to comeback next time.

Garcia submitted Yehi with a modified sharpshooter.

JT Dunn, Christian Casanova, & Joshua Bishop defeated Kevin Blackwood & The Butcher and The Blade

This was a wild and fast paced match.  One sick spot the Butcher had Casanova in a Texas cloverleaf, he picked him up and slammed him back down into a powerbomb and right back into a cloverleaf, it was friggin brilliant!

Blackwood had Casanova up in a fireman's carry and wiggled out, Dunn then appeared to accidentally hit Blackwood with death by elbow getting the pin. 

Limitless Wrestling World Champion: Anthony Greene pinned Josh Briggs 

Solid main event Glad to see Briggs back, it's been a long time since he was last in Limitless since his hip injury.  These two guys brought it for a solid match that saw Greene retain with his super tomikazi.

Post match Greene cut a promo challenging Teddy Hart, which everyone seemed to really like the idea of Greene vs. Hart one on one.  But then he said to bring Davey Boy with him and he would get Ace to be his partner.  Still an awesome match, but I hope we get Greene vs. Hart down the line. 

It was another great show from top to bottom for Limitless.  Through-out the night they announced their return to this venue on Black Friday November 29th for what will presumably be their last show of the year.

Warhorse returns, AG & Ace vs. The New Hart Foundation, the return of JD Drake, and Last Creature Standing Kris Statlander vs. Ashley Vox.  I think tickets go on sale on November 11th at

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