Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean "X-Pac" Waltman Q&A event review


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Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean "X-Pac" Waltman Q&A event review
Nov 19, 2013 - 10:05 PM


Dot Net reader Gerry Hazel attended the Q&A session with Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Sean "X-Pac" Waltman on Tuesday in Glasgow, Scotland and sent the following report.

I have to say, this was one of the better events I've been to. Rather than having the Q&A first, there was a set timetable. They posed for photo's with a professional photographer ran from 7:30-8:30, then the main performance started. After that, it was time for meet & greet and autographs.

The photographs were done like something I'd never seen before, a professional photographer, who, after taking your photo with the three gents, had the physical 8x10 photograph ready for you within seconds. Cost: Photo £20, Signed Photo £30

The main performance, the Q&A part, was what I had paid to see. It was great just watching three legends, three best friends, sitting having a great time telling stories. Seeing Scott Hall is such great shape makes it all worth while.

The Q&A was handled well, and while most got their questions in, due to time restraints, a few were left disappointed. The host, who stayed on stage, irked me a little. His job was purely to relay questions, however, continued to put his two cents into each opinion. I didn't pay to see you, I paid to see the NWO. Other than that small thing, it was an enjoyable performance.

After the Q&A, there was the signing portion of the event. It seemed organized enough, prices were a little steep (£15 for 8x10) however, as part of your ticket price, you were included two autographs, so you didn't have to pay anything if you didn't want, and after attending conventions this weekend that Kevin Nash was charging £20 for one signature, this was a welcome change.

All in all, it was a fun night and something I'd do again. The organizers did a great job, considering the stress they were under (the main organizer of the event, Chris Duke, is currently in hospital after suffering a heart attack the night previous), so I can only assume that there were a lot of reshuffling going on.

I noticed a few people irked and complaining about prices, however, I found them to be reasonable, and a well run event. Regardless of what you may have heard, I recommend you give this a go. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity after all.

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