Last Friday night, hundreds of patient Pro Wrestling Guerrilla fans waited outside the American Legion Hall in Reseda, CA for hours after the show was supposed to start, because they didn’t care why – they just wanted to be there.
A ring truck broke down on its way to the venue, and subsequently, the building was left empty where a sports entertainment stage was supposed to be for “Head Like a Cole”, a Pro Wrestling Guerrilla event.
Fans gathered in the parking lot, anticipating Adam Cole’s possibly last appearance on a PWG show.
The photographer went outside to sell posters of Cole, and Mount Rushmore, which was later then split with Adam Cole.
Lucha Brothers, Penta El Zero Meido and Fenix both went out with their luggage of shirts and merchandise to interact with fans. It was a thoughtful move, since there the usual time before the show where the ring area is used for meet and greets was not there due to time restraints.
Fans filed in and quickly settled. Before we knew it, Announcer Angelo Trinidad and Referee Rick Knox were out to make the introduction for The Liaison of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Excalibur.