Trout Stain Posted October 4, 2011 Share Posted October 4, 2011 I can't imagine anything worse than joining a wrestling society at university, let alone starting one - watching it with a group of mates is fine, but to advertise the fact, particularly in the first semester when everybody is trying to impress everyone else and create a good impression is probably about as wise as dressing up as Maggie Thatcher at a Nottingham Coal Miners Reunion party.Having said that, I think you will be surprised how many people will actually take an interest in wrestling. Bearing in mind I found that there was very little to do except drink cider and take mind enchancing drugs while furthering the educational mind, so entertainment comes in very short supply. We used to watch every PPV round our uni house with a couple of beers, some form of gambling system in place and a pizza/KFC bargain bucket. My one female housemate was given a terrible fright the year Edge returned at Survior Series when six slightly inebriated men began screaming the house down at 3am. Also, a lot of people who were lapsed fans from the attitude era got back into purely because the nights became such a good laugh and there wasn't a lot else to do, to the point whereby D Lo Brown's theme tune even got played in one lecture towards the end of the third year Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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