This Abandoned Boxing Venue Would Make An Amazing Home For An Indy Fed

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This Abandoned Boxing Venue Would Make An Amazing Home For An Indy Fed

Post by Bob-O » May 31st, '18, 13:28

Use your imaginations and tell me this wouldn't clean up into a great place to watch some wrestling...



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Re: This Abandoned Boxing Venue Would Make An Amazing Home For An Indy Fed

Post by cero2k » May 31st, '18, 13:39

it looks awesome!

clean it up and it gives me a feel of the KBS Hall in Kyoto

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Post by Big Red Machine » May 31st, '18, 14:20

Looks cool, but kind of suffers from looking like a small version of the Manhattan Center. How many people does it seat?
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Re: This Abandoned Boxing Venue Would Make An Amazing Home For An Indy Fed

Post by cero2k » May 31st, '18, 14:33

Big Red Machine wrote:
May 31st, '18, 14:20
Looks cool, but kind of suffers from looking like a small version of the Manhattan Center. How many people does it seat?
looks bigger than PWG's Legion Hall, so it's already good enough. I'd say it seats about as much as the electric ballroom of PROGRESS (~1000)

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Re: This Abandoned Boxing Venue Would Make An Amazing Home For An Indy Fed

Post by Bob-O » May 31st, '18, 15:00

cero2k wrote:
May 31st, '18, 14:33
Big Red Machine wrote:
May 31st, '18, 14:20
Looks cool, but kind of suffers from looking like a small version of the Manhattan Center. How many people does it seat?
looks bigger than PWG's Legion Hall, so it's already good enough. I'd say it seats about as much as the electric ballroom of PROGRESS (~1000)
A little research and I found out it's The Blue Horizon in Philly, was a filming location for Rocky, and seats a little over 1300.

From the video, I noticed the seating on the far side of the photo is decievingly deep, hard to tell due the lighting.
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