Was never much into wrestling, but a friend of mine was so I used to go with him to live events from time to time. I'm lukewarm on watching TV, but the live shows are a hell of a lot of fun. I think the most fun event I went to was in Birmingham, a non-televised event. One of the tag team matches was Al Snow and D'lo Brown versus someone else, can't remember who now (I think one of them might have been Big Boss Man). D-lo was in the very early stages of his career and was basically persona non-grata back in the US at the time. For some reason, the whole of the NIA went nuts for D'lo (and I do mean the whole thing), even before the match properly started. One section started chanting his name, bizarrely every other section joined in and in no time the entire place is just chant-screaming "D'lo" over and over again, similar to our own "Deeney!" chant. Was baffling yet spectacularly hilarious. What made it even more incredible was that D'lo had no idea how to handle it. You could almost see the question marks popping off his head, which had a stunned expression on it. He was completely lost and taken aback. Al Snow basically directed him (kind of like how Doyley got directed when he scored) to the turnbuckle and made him get up and milk it, which just made the crowd go even more nuts. It was actually endearing how completely stunned D'lo was. Was very impressive to see how Snow handled the younger guy and helped him stay on task. I've got a lot of respect for Snow for how he handled that - he really had D'lo Brown's back. The match was an absolute blast - you could see D'lo was operating on pure adrenaline and it was just electric to watch the bizarrely symbiotic relationship between him and the crowd. Needless to say, Snow and D'lo won. I'd be amazed if D'lo Brown doesn't remember that match to this day.