Originally published at https://www.postwrestling.com/2020/07/28/ask-a-wai-ask-us-anything-august-2020/
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John Pollock and Wai Ting answer their patrons’ questions from the POST Wrestling Forum in the August 2020 edition of Ask-A-Wai.
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For work I abbreviate all months to 3 letters… Including Apr, Jun and Jul… I always figured that was standard practice!?
Thanks, guys! In reply to your questions, out west there’s a bit of a generational gap with some older folks (my father in-law for instance) attaching themselves to the Mariners when they started up, and my generation getting hooked on the Jays circa 1990/1991, though proximity and Griffey gave the M’s some youth appeal. In the 80s I remember it being somewhat difficult to find English language Expos games but by the time the youth movement you mentioned was underway (don’t forget Moises Alou!) there was a healthy amount of interest in them. Larry Walker was from my hometown of Maple Ridge (alongside Greg Moore, Cam Neely, and El Phantasmo), and so there was a huge swell of Expos support there when he debuted. And yep, I have often been part of that ravaging horde of Vancouverites who descend upon Seattle every summer to try to lend the Jays some home field advantage.
Back to the drawing board.
That idea of January 1 with Brock showing up with the title is so great and it’s the exact same build with the same men’s Royal Rumble match with the same Edge return would be so great
Only just getting around to listening to this show. The Shane McMahon question and John’s answer are hilariously prescient.