Hi Maverick. I was probably the first to read your column after you posted it. I love the theme you're going with here. A column for every WrestleMania. Will you be doing a column after WrestleMania 30? More of a review column, or will it fit into this series?
Break up paragraphs 3 and 4. A little jumbled there for the readers. Recognize not recognise, unless that's the way it's spelled in British English. Excuse me, if you're spelling it right in your native language. Make it Mr. T, instead of Mr T. He was 1 of my favorite 80s TV characters. I used to like Mr. T's lessons at the end. There would be a little segment where Mr. T would teach somebody the right way to act.
I'll never forget the kid that threw away the hot dog. Mr. T tells him, "that's a perfectly good hot dog you threw away." Super Bowl, not Superbowl. We're not talking about The Kayfabe Troll's Count Chocula cereal here. I'm joking with you there. Hyphen, comma, and semi-colon usage may not be completely correct. Don't quote me on that.
A great start to a great series. I don't recall ever viewing WrestleMania 1. This column makes me want to see it. I may not attempt to watch it, for fear of either falling asleep, or turning it off because it may get boring. I just may have to watch it though, so I can better see what your review covers, and the observations I make, myself.
Thanks for the column, and the series you have begun. I'll stick with you up until WrestleMania 9. After Hulk left, my interest left too. I didn't make it back until about 11, then 13. From 14, up to 29, I've been able to watch. No magic there for me though. Anything done from 3-9 was my favorite stretch of great WrestleManias. Take care, and good luck with these.