First I must apologize for my crappy camera, maybe one day I’ll upgrade. Some of the shots from Sunday night’s WWE Supershow show at the Four States Entertainment Center came out ok though.

Let me just say that having the opportunity to stand in the middle of a WWE ring to welcome the crowd was a little nerve racking and extremely cool! I’ve been a broadcaster for over 25 years, and I’ve been lucky enough to meet some really interesting people, interviewed famous movie, sports, singing stars and politicians, I’ve stood onstage in front of literally half a million people at a Houston July 4th celebration once. When I was in network radio I had million and half listeners a week, but I can’t remember having butterflies in my tummy as bad as I did last night in a long time. That was cool!

If you missed it, don’t fret, I have insider info that the powers that be at WWE HQ were very pleased with the turnout last night and will not be taking so long to get back to Texarkana next time.

There were some great matches on the card including Christian vs. The Miz, Diva Champion Layla vs Aksana, as well as the debuts of Sin Cara, Ryback and “The Funkasurus” Broadus Clay. But the big match of the night was John Cena vs. Tensai in a “Last Man Standing” match. Tables, chairs, ring steps and posts all came into play inside and outside the squared-circle. Cena took the victory and the crowd loved every minute of it.

Don’t miss out next time.