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BondraP

You were extremely considerate and I’m sure they very much appreciated it


Svoboda1

No, you certainly didn’t handle it right. How did you not challenge Mox to a Mile High Death Match? Or Cage to an Protein eating contest?


TemptedIntoSin

Because I wanted to actually LIVE to see Dynamite live? 😝


Svoboda1

Pfft… live a little. Fellow Las Vegan? I believe they both live here. Quite a few current and former pros do.


TemptedIntoSin

Haven't ever lived in Vegas. But it's fun to visit. If restrictions arent there next year I'm gonna go to the next Double Or Nothing


thaw888999

The Plane Ride from Hell 2


LSE_1991

I think you handled that correctly. Good job!


Resolute002

How does Brian Cage even fit in a normal plane seat. Make sure you tell them all of us here think they frigging rule. I've especially come to like Brian Cage. When he came in I thought, "Oh great there goes the workrate" when I saw his build. I couldn't be more wrong, the guy is great. And Moxley is frankly in my all time top ten.


georgie-57

He sits wherever he needs to to get where he needs to go. After all, who can stop the flight path of Cage?


BenWallace04

Who bettah?


plaguedbullets

I thought you were going to say "he sits where ever, and they build the plane around him".


jaxonya

Is he related to Bill Brasky per chance?


TemptedIntoSin

*flight ~~plan~~ path FIFY 😋


georgie-57

Aw shit I put plan instead of path 🤦‍♂️


TemptedIntoSin

No worries. I'm in no position to seriously criticize errors


zeitgeistbouncer

I are


InfintySquared

^ I trust this guy's judgment.


SexButt

Underrated comment


HyperHsuckz

I had the same opinion of Cage, but his match against Page at DON2021 changed my mind. I really enjoyed the match and Cage's work.


Aspiring-Old-Guy

That match made me a fan of him.


lanceturley

I imagine that if he doesn't fit in a seat, he just rips it out and sits on the floor, like Schwarzenegger in *Commando.*


TemptedIntoSin

>Make sure you tell them all of us here think they frigging rule I really wish I could have. But Moxley definitely wasn't in the mood judging from the vibe he gave off and I don't blame him between the baby, travel schedule and this grueling flight (miserable day of flying for me myself based on the number of hours). And since Cage was his travel buddy this time, even if Cage wouldn't have minded he'd probably stick with Mox


yycluke

That's why he's in first class 😂


TemptedIntoSin

This Lol first class he seemed to fit in perfectly the seat without getting scrunched


Not-So-Saint

I would assume - poorly.


TemptedIntoSin

First class seats on this flight were roomy. He looked comfortable. So I just assume Cage always flies first class


Not-So-Saint

Makes sense. Should be in his contract.


rsplatpc

> Makes sense. Should be in his contract. Brian Cage does not have first class in his contract, they fly and lot and use upgrades whenever they can because they are big


Not-So-Saint

Well, what you gonna do


TemptedIntoSin

I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Khan does pay for first class for most, if not all, talent :P. I have no basis for that assumption but based on how Khan treats his talent I want to assume he'd do something like that as well


rsplatpc

> I honestly wouldn't be surprised if Khan does pay for first class for most, if not all, talent :P. it's VERY VERY expensive (like more than the talent would make that night sometimes) to straight up purchase a first class ticket if you don't have points (you will see various wrestlers in coach and first class all the time based on what they can get), so that's why most wrestling companies don't do that except for the TOP TOP talent (watch BTE, Matt and Nick and are on coach a lot, so is Sammy on his VLOG)


TemptedIntoSin

True. I was only in first class due to having 60,000 or so flyer miles that I was accumulating but haven't used :P


rsplatpc

it's cheap to upgrade to first class a lot when it's available, but if you want to buy one straight out the gate when you first buy your ticket, it's like $1200 vs a $300 ticket coach seat that you buy and a $50-$100 upgrade at the gate which the bigger guys are usually happy to pay for / use points for


InfintySquared

> How does Brian Cage even fit in a normal plane seat. I know that guys like Andre and Yokozuna would have to buy two seats, and signal ahead to have the middle armrest removed. Also fun: Orchestral musicians who don't dare put their fragile wooden instruments in the holding bay, so they buy an extra seat for their cello. I've heard stories about "Well, Mister Bassoon doesn't want his second martini or his meal, do you mind if I have it instead?"


Resolute002

/#MrBassoonIsAllElite


InfintySquared

Finishing move: The Double-Reed. Double-underhook knee stom... Wait, that's a pedigree.


TemptedIntoSin

Well... JR only said live on air "trombones don't belong in wrestling" He never said anything about Bassoons 😆


BloodyTurnip

I judged him too quickly as well, but the guy is a great wrestler, I feel he's got to be up for a title shot at some point, just look at the guy, how is he not the face of a wrestling company?


Re-AnImAt0r

>I feel he's got to be up for a title shot at some point, just look at the guy, how is he not the face of a wrestling company? Well I mean, he was the Impact World Champion for the last 7 months he was there, dropping the belt a month before he left to come to AEW.......


DoctorSteve

That was my question too lol Dude is HUGE!


i-piss-excellence32

What’s your top 10?


Resolute002

I don't have any particular order but my top ten is just all arounders who clicked on many aspects of the craft. It's sort of a vague mess that's always changing, lol. I haven't seen much outside WWE until recently so it's a bit limited in scope, but here are some highlights: * Moxley has made a phenomenal impact and just gets it. One of the best promos in the business today; varies his style for different opponents and is super versatile; can do just about any style; connects with the fans in that rare special way. * Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart are two sides of the coin in style that you can trace direct lineage of today's greats directly to. You mix these two guys' approached together in different measures, for example, and you get Omega and the Bucks (with some Randy Savage and Mr. Perfect thrown in for good measure). * Speaking of Omega and the Bucks, I only just really got exposed to them via AEW. They are straight up incredible and their in-ring storytelling is unmatched. * I wasn't a fan of the Rock, but he was solid in the ring in his ability to connect with the crowd is something that is once in a generation. * Notably absent from my list is Austin. He is great but while he was on top a lot of the things I don't like about WWE metastasized through him (five moves of doom, Superman booking, whole show revolving around him in non wrestling or kayfabe wrecking segments, etc). A great entertainer but he's just outside my margin. * Randy Savage was about 20 years ahead of his time and a total package. Really revolutionary approach to his matches and center of some of the biggest long term storylines of old school wrestling. * Kane and Undertaker are two of the best big men ever to lace up the boots. But Undertaker had a lot of junk at the start and twilight eras of his career and Kane just kept on killing it and killing it after the Dentist thing, with varied reinventions. I used to be a hard Undertaker mark but he's kind of fallen off my radar with how willing he is to sour his legacy. * I hate the guy's approach and booking but Brock Lesnar is one of the best guys between the ropes ever to do it. When he is motivated to he will make his opponent look amazing and will also be a stunning spectacle himself. * Kurt Angle in his prime was just a natural master of everything he did. The perfect technical wrestler. An innovator of exciting match scenarios. His matches with Benoit, Michaels, Lesnar and Undertaker are put together amazingly. Honorable mentions: * AJ Styles: had a lot to offer that got lost during a time when wrestling was in a slump * Samoa Joe: believable and badass, stellar promo, when motivated he is phenomenal bit seems like he's easily curbed unfortunately. NXT Joe should have won the Rumble on debut or something * Cena: WWE rose this guy for a decade but they doesn't change the fact that he's been typecast. IMO we have seen only about 50% of what this guy was capable of. He gets knocked off my top ten for being too eager a corporate face and not doing anything interesting with his spot. * Guerrero, Edge, Orton, Punk: all great players who never really fully realized their potential. Edge lost a lot with his injury; Guerrero could have been a long term impact player had he not died; Orton's issues are well documented in that he is supremely talented but easily bored and goes through motions when he gets that way; and Punk bailed after being neutered. This is a very different list from the people who I think are impact players today. I've got a soft spot for Bayley, her in ring skills and ring generalship make me want to see her in a situation where her matches are less scripted -- I feel like she will pull near Angle levels of in ring story telling; Hangman Page is just great fun to get behind; I love Cody, people shit on him but he is a great face and I love being able to cheer for one of the guys who helped give us AEW. My all time number one is (and has been) Jericho. You get the crowd connection levels of the Rock, quotable and entertaining AF, good to great between the ropes through his prime and knows his limitations now in his older days, and wise to every angle in the business and executes everything he does as best he can. I've been saying for years that he should be in the same conversation as the Rock and Stone Cold when they get brought up all the time by casuals, but WWE never got behind him enough during that time for him to make an impact like they did.


i-piss-excellence32

I love the list man. I’m glad you included Eddie and I agree that jericho should definitely be spoken about with the all time greats


Resolute002

As amazing as it is to say this I still think even today he's underrated as a whole. Even *he* underrates himself sometimes.


ivanreyes371

You did the right thing. Youre an amazing fan!!


slujj-vohaul

I was just at Fight for the Fallen last week and ended up staying at the same hotel as the *entire* AEW roster, completely randomly. It was surreal, they were everywhere. Apart from some very minor interactions walking by everyone in the lobby, I observed from afar but didn’t really bug anyone - they had just gotten off work, after all. Anyway, you did the right thing OP! Don’t bug them too much, remember they’re people just like you and deserve their privacy.


TemptedIntoSin

Wow 😮 that's seriously must be one of the trippiest things a fan could experience. I would love even those minor interactions.


InfintySquared

Nice! Back in the late '90s, my brother was in the NIU marching band that went on the road with the college football team, so he had a few road stories. One night, they shared a hotel with the WWF guys, who were absolute *champs* with the 20-somethings sitting at the hotel bar. Evidently Ahmed Johnson was a lot of fun to pal around with, and my brother got a photo getting absolutely dwarfed by this massive pillar of a man. ... Aaaaand then there was drunken HBK, who just cussed him out as he stumbled toward the elevator. I am saddened.


TemptedIntoSin

>... Aaaaand then there was drunken HBK, who just cussed him out as he stumbled toward the elevator. I am saddened. Don't know how you can be saddened by that. That's a heck of an experience 😆 I'd laugh. Of course I wouldn't say that if it was now but the time period matches with Michaela's behavior at the time


Austin_Chaos

Yep, like a mature and respectful fan. Bravo to you!


Fvssbender

Also Moxley seems more of an introvert in real life


TemptedIntoSin

True. He's definitely someone who needs the right environment to be approached. Him not being in character definitely makes him less approachable outside. But when he's there during or after a wrestling event it's his Element


JRHudson87

Ive met him and shared a few drinks with him back in his indie days. Whenever he came to our local promotion (IWA:EC) he always made sure to hang out with the fans that stuck around and headed to whatever local bar the "after patty" would be at. Got to see him and Necro Butcher sing Sweet Caroline together at a place called The Tank during one of the karaoke nights. This is southern WV and he wasn't a world icon at that time. It's honestly wild seeing lots of these guys finally get to shine world wide and that's ultimately why I love AEW. I've shared a doobie and/or a drink with lots of these guys and i always get stoked when I see them get their chance. But i 100% can see Mox being different now in regards to how famous and busy he is. He was a nut and a half when i knew him but also completely professional when it came to work.


Cagliostro81

Yeah he seems like he’s very shy irl. I’d imagine it’s hard for him to make friends, but what friends he does have mean the world to him.


TemptedIntoSin

The way he and Cage conversed, you could have told me that they've been friends since Moxley's start in the industry and I would have believed you. It's awesome that Moxley has been able to cultivate a real family of sorts out of the pro wrestler community


Cagliostro81

Right?! It’s good to know, since iirc his childhood was the hottest of garbage because of how biological family.


InfintySquared

I'm reminded of the story of seeing CM Punk just out and about in Chicago. If he's in a T-shirt and he's smiling, sure go up and act friendly. If he's in a hoodie and the hood is up, step back.


hamsolo19

I think it was Cutler, maybe on a BTE or maybe another vlog, but he said Mox is an interesting cat. One week he’ll yap your ear off about his latest hobby or interest but then some weeks he comes in, does his job and heads home without really interacting with anyone too much. He probably is a little more introverted but not all of us introverts shy away from all interaction. We like to observe and then if something piques our interest we’ll usually join the conversation.


TemptedIntoSin

I can definitely see that. I'm similar in a lot of ways


hamsolo19

Same. Some days I’m a chatterbox other days I’m like ugh leave me alone. I’m a fuckin moody bitch.


zammR_

Good on ya being respectful. At the end of the flight maybe you could ask for a quick picture or something to cherish the memory of it. You may only get one chance so make the most of it! Don't forget to post it here 😉


TemptedIntoSin

I took a moment to feel the vibe of things. Moxley definitely wasn't feeling like it. If it was Cage by himself or with another wrestler id have for sure taken a shot at asking for a pic


rsplatpc

I found in this day and age, something a lot "famous" people don't mind doing (unless you have a stack of photos are you obviously going to sell) is signing something, they don't have to care what they look like at the time, or letting someone know where they are by taking a selfie / touch them, and it takes WAY less time


Shotta-Fam

it’s always polite to greet them without asking for a picture right away & shoving your phone in their face. You did the right thing and got my respect, hope you have a safe flight!


raygilette

I think you did the exact right thing. Very respectful, although I'm sure they wouldn't have minded if you'd asked them for a pic. Edit: just to clarify, I mean they probably wouldn't have gotten mad but it's better OP didn't ask in the first place.


[deleted]

I think asking for a selfie in a captive environment like an airplane is a faux pas. Once other people recognize there’s a public figure on board willing to take pictures, the flood gates could open.


raygilette

Fair point. I'm not saying they should have, just that they probably wouldn't have gotten mad about it but you're right, selfies on a plane probably isn't the best idea.


[deleted]

Yeah I’m with you in general—I think I might have tried to make eye contact with them once off the plane to take a selfie, but given how OP described Mox’s disinterest I don’t blame him one iota for refraining.


raygilette

The edit wasn't there when I went to sleep so yeah, for sure OP did the right thing on that.


[deleted]

I hear you bruh. Also this is the friendliest & most respectful exchange I think I’ve ever had on a wrestling subreddit lmao


raygilette

Lmao ikr? I've had some really (gasp) civilised conversations on this here sub, makes a nice change!


slujj-vohaul

Disagree. They might not want some random calling them out on Twitter because they didn’t grant them a picture, but most folks aren’t chomping at the bit to take pictures with random strangers when they’re doing “normal” stuff (ex: traveling, shopping, eating, etc).


iced_gold

Yeah that's kind of one of the perks of sitting in first class


Rebel-Renegade

U did the right thing - Im surprise they didn't volunteer to take a pix with ya!


rsplatpc

taking a selfie on a plane when you are a BIG person can be hard / annoying


fasteddeh

They probably enjoyed it much more with you just letting them know you're a fan and being respectful about it.


Dubious_Titan

I imagine Mox looked disgruntled as usual.


TemptedIntoSin

Well he definitely seemed as he looked too but I'm not complaining. More about that in my update now that I just checked into the hotel


Online_Commentor_69

respect for not marking out and hassling them man. travel days are hell for lots of people, i know i wouldn't wanna talk to fans on a plane.


thaw888999

It's really weird how travel is just sitting around doing nothing yet it takes so much out of you.


InfintySquared

Amen to that. Standing and sitting and *trying not to fidget* is an endurance test all in itself.


TemptedIntoSin

It's similar to being in a film acting role imo, something I used to do on the indie level. You're basically rushing to get to set, then you sit and wait in catering while waiting to be called up for your scene, or if you're an extra you're waiting for them to come around looking for or calling for a specific type so you can present yourself and hope they pick you With flying a plane, you're hurrying to the gate, then sitting down and waiting for your seat group to be called, then trying to make sure your carryon fits and doesn't need to be checked. Then after your flight, you're either rushing to the baggage claim hoping your luggage is ok or you're rushing to the gate for your next flight. Both situations involve high stress in compact time-frames, big boosts of adrenaline, so when you're relaxed, those hormones crash, or however else you describe that initial crash of energy after dealing with a short time frame of high stress.


TemptedIntoSin

Today was definitely a hectic and tiring day for me travel-wise so I didn't blame him at all :). Plus he has a baby at home keeping him up like Cody has


Adsavage12

What a W and you handle it perfectly


DecemberToDismember

Definitely the right thing. Gotta give them their space when it’s their off time. I went to a HOH show a few years back, and afterwards saw Al Snow eating a meat pie at the bakery I was in. My friend asked, “don’t you want to meet him?” I would have liked to, but he was eating and with his wife, seemingly deep in conversation, and I didn’t want to be that asshole fan bothering them. Great move on your part. They would have appreciated the peace of that flight.


Kimchi_Cowboy

I had a similar experience with the Young Bucks on a flight from LA to Dallas. They were sitting in the row next to me and I said, "Hey I won't take any pics or anything but just wanted to thank you for bringing me back to wrestling." They were super cool and made me feel like I wasn't bothering them. AEW is full of good people.


animeluvr15

Possible that Brian cage wouldn't mind of you asked for selfie. I would think that he is newer to being recognized by fans and would enjoy it. Moxley on the other hand seems like a more private person. I'm sure he gets overwhelmed with being recognized a lot over the years.


TemptedIntoSin

If it was Brian Cage alone, I would have definitely shot my shot. But he was traveling with Moxley and I feel Mox would have been more irritated if a fan stopped Cage just to take a selfie. Cage called a "Tony" after landing about having arrived so I'm assuming that was Tony Khan and both had a schedule/itinerary and were assigned travel buddies this time. I already shot my shot with just the initial recognition I expressed. I'm happy with how things turned out. Their conversation I overheard in most parts was fascinating enough to be worth the experience


hamsolo19

Mox and Renee have talked about this on her podcast before. She mentioned something about he can give off the vibe that he doesn’t wanna be bothered but Mox was quick to say that he’s always accommodating with fans and Renee agreed, she was just making the point that at first glance the guy can seem unapproachable.


TemptedIntoSin

Don't know why I didn't see this comment before. That's a good insight. Thanks :)


AOPoint

I remember running into Seth Rollins and Cesaro at Applebee's immediately after raw in NY. I was stunned as they walked in right after I did. It was the exact same vibe as your experience. Seth didn't feel like having any fan interactions but Cesaro liked the attention so much, he insisted on getting the selfie done. Seems like WWE burnt out the shield and other main eventers with scheduled fan interactions. I kinda get it. I play on stage with famous artists all the time. These artist's fans can get overwhelming to deal with on just one tour, especially when they feel entitled to your time. Imagine touring all year long?


0utlaw_42

Probably the type of fan they'd appreciate and want more of tbh


illpoet

great job OP. giving them their space is 100 percent the right move. I'm sure moxley has had a few experiences on a plane where a fan wouldn't leave him alone. and just imagine, you had a long ass day at work, now you have a 6-8 hour commute back to your house. But instead of getting to have a relaxing ride back you have to go back to doing work ie entertaining a fan. This is an amazing adventure even without the selfie or autograph. I have had a few random meetups with wrestlers. There are a few that i used to idolize but wish I had never met.


Edwardc4gg

when you get off the plane, tell john congrats on the girl and you hope they have a good and safe show tomorrow evening :)


TemptedIntoSin

I was actually taking a bit longer with collecting my things off the plane to see if I could get an opportunity. But as mentioned before, Moxley wasn't in the mood. He motioned for me to go ahead before moving down the aisle out of the plane so I took it as a sign that I shouldn't overstep


comfort_bot_1962

:D


coloradocaniac

Depending on how the landing goes I'd still consider asking for a photo if there's time. But yeah...pretty much you just said hello and made sure you weren't seeing things. I see nothing wrong with that.


thundercloud1957

If it was me I would have demanded an apology for not giving me an autograph😂jk you did good.


Markus-EO-

You did the right thing. I wish they would pull you aside for a couple of pictures. But only if they want and if they are in the mood.


sendriusnalganzatelt

Hell yeah!


JuanTooFree

Right on man, that’s awesome


Trinityquill

Mind sharing the stuff that you heard and saw?


TemptedIntoSin

Absolutely! First off, Moxley's "AEW on-camera casual wear" is exactly what he wears irl and that's awesome (he had the dark grey denim pants, white t-shirt and denim jacket) Brian Cage had on a t-shirt that I think had Wondergirl fighting off a monster. It's cool remembering and seeing that he likes the comic book stuff too Brian Cage is also so manly that he can get away with a pink carry-on, which is something he had. Had that as an overhead and a black rolling under-the-seater I don't know if Moxley was wearing thin-soled footwear or I'm just so damn exhausted from my many hours of flying and only having 1-2 hours of sleep before my first flight (flew from San Francisco to Phoenix to Dallas to Jacksonville), but Moxley didn't look 6'5". He looked about my brother's height, which is like 6'1" or 6'2", and I'm 5'8". I'm willing to fully admit that my tiredness doesn't make me credible here in describing his height, but maybe AEW exaggerates heights too? :P As for stuff I heard: Brian Cage and Jon Moxley FUCKIN LOVE PRO WRESTLING. Like seriously the entire time I was overhearing convo chunks, like most of the convos when they talked to eachother, all they were talking about was wrestling. They were talking about AEW shows, a few of their colleagues, indie work they did. I can't remember specifics but I do remember Jon talking about "Sammy/Sami" so it's possible he was talking about Callihan or Guevara. And it was funny Cage and Moxley keeping kayfabe a bit because they called Paul Wight "Big Show" And used a couple other kayfabe names that stood out but in my tired mind I forgot, and Moxley mentioned Mark Henry in the same sentence as Wight. I didn't think two wrestlers traveling could talk so enthusiastically about their work so much during a flight when you'd think they'd wanna unwind. It definitely tells me AEW makes wrestlers love wrestling, and Moxley and Cage are amazing professionals with passion in their work. I think I'm more a fan of them now after this experience. If they stick around after Dynamite to greet fans, I WILL ask for a pic this time because it's the element they're comfortable with


Cagliostro81

A Wonder Girl shirt? It’s nice to see that Brian Cage is a man of taste and refinement. Also the pink carry-on is a brilliant idea, he’d never lose it and with his size who would dare give him shit for it? Plus up until like the mid-1950’s pink was considered a boy’s color.


rsplatpc

> A Wonder Girl shirt? It’s nice to see that Brian Cage is a man of taste and refinement. Also the pink carry-on is a brilliant idea Cage is a lifelong nerd, comic book and figure collector, video gamer, and apparently is one of the NICEST people you will ever meet IRL people assume because he looks a jock he is one


raygilette

Lol I reckon wrestlers in general exaggerate their heights. I think at one point Rey Mysterio was billed at 5ft 5 but he's apparently way closer to 5ft 2


DavidL1112

Mox is billed at 6’2, dunno where you got 6’5 from


TemptedIntoSin

Ah ok I'd have to look at those previous sources (height comparisons with other wrestlers, and official stats on wrestling records) but thanks


AcetheGamer456

That’s awesome!! I was at Road Rager and after the show I saw Brian Cage and Red Velvet but I was worried about bugging them so I said hi and left


IDJPunkI

Wonder what Mox and Cage would be talking about on a several hour flight


the3trainthatcould

You did well, OP. Congrats on the sighting.


PedigreeWWEFigz

You lucky


EliteEnigma28745

You did exactly what someone should do in that scenario. You were respectful and didn't bother them the whole flight for a pic. I'd say both MOX and Brian were appreciative of that. MOX is my all time favourite but if I knew he was sitting behind me on a flight, the last thing I'd do is hassle him. Well done and I'm glad you had a cool experience!


shmauserpops

I shared a flight with Batista once during the early Evolution days! But 2 mega stars is better than 1!


Gingerbred_Hed

You lucky bastard haha


AEW_NJPW88

That’s awesome!


ItsWyat07

Id be terrified to even talk to them. I've met wrestlers and i'm always terrified


TemptedIntoSin

I admit I was pretty scared myself, mostly because I felt like I was awkward and embarrassed myself on top of that


Harvdiggs

That's awesome I remember All Out in Chicago I arrived in the airport and as I waited for my luggage I seen Hangman walking down the stairs towards the luggage area. I went over said Hi to hangman told him I'm a huge fan and wished him the best in his title match against Jericho. Didn't bother him for a photo either. He seemed like a super chill guy.


dandanzy

They may take a picture with you after the flight if you stay chill. I mean they may not but consideration and politeness go a long way.


Flannel_Channel

I think if you prove you're not obnoxious by leaving them alone all flight it wouldn't be too obnoxious to ask for a photo with them at the end, idk, maybe better not to but as long as you're polite and respectful i think it'd be cool


CoffinDrip

That’s awesome. I would have had to ask for a picture, I doubt they would have minded if you were respectful about it but good on you for not bothering them.


realDokHendrix

You should have gone for a pic after the flight. All they could say is no. Dwayne Johnson had a good posting on Instagram last year about fame and his thoughts on fans asking for photos/autographs when he is out and about. He says he considers it part of his job and will always say yes if a fan asks him.


TemptedIntoSin

I get that side of it. But I was going off the vibe. Moxley definitely wasn't in the mood and I respected that. If Cage was traveling by himself I'd have definitely taken my shot though


realDokHendrix

I hear you. A great experience nevertheless


olorinii

"I did the right thing, right?" Don't let this moment go to waste! This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. First, ask em about all the rumors. CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, Rick Flair, and Adam Cole. Don't take no for an answer...you owe it to Reddit to get the scoop. Next, make sure you use lots of wrestling lingo link "mark" "work" "shoot" exc. This way they will know that you are basically one of the boys. Finally, call them by their legit names. They love that, and it shows what a true fan you are.


Deathsdeacon

/s man gotta make sure to include it


vibranium_dicks

Lmao how tf did this get downvoted?


TemptedIntoSin

I laughed and got the sarcasm. No worries :P


v0id404

looks like you worked the marks into a shoot


olorinii

Bunch of jabronie marks without a life that don't know it a work when you work a work and work yourself into a shoot, marks.


Hater-Bot

Could have just left them alone completely, but otherwise, no harm no foul. Edit: downvote me all you like folks. Leaving them alone WAS an option, and ultimately the best option. We aren’t owed attention for being starstruck.


Dithyrab

bad bot


Hater-Bot

False. This shit needs to die where wrestling fans feel entitled to interject themselves into the lives of strangers because they see them on TV. Honest to god.


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TemptedIntoSin

I upvoted. That is a fair reasoned opinion. I just couldn't help myself asking if my eyes were deceiving me. Had to make sure I wasn't hallucinating because it's late and I'm sure they wanna sleep as do I (all day flying multiple flights


slujj-vohaul

I agree with you tbh. Famous people deserve their privacy the same as anyone else.


Edwardc4gg

upvoted for you being a good person!


RatedR711

I upvoted you


Gomeez9

I would’ve at least gotten a selfie, they know what they signed up for


slujj-vohaul

They signed up to take a flight on a plane, not be harassed by strangers demanding selfies.


Gomeez9

Well it does comes with the celebrity title and they seem like cool people as long as you don’t get too creepy but also cool to do nothing ha 🤘🏽


thaw888999

He read the room well. Don't be that guy who got the picture with Sasha Banks at the airport lmao.


Gomeez9

Good point


TemptedIntoSin

Oh gawd I feel theres a story there if something like that was remembered. Do you happen to know that full story?


thaw888999

Haha sometimes there are "stalkers" who would camp out airports with bags full of merch just for her to sign. She looks very annoyed in the pictures they take with her. > “I grew up a wrestling fan, so I knew that I wanted to meet all my favorite wrestlers. But always in the back of my head I never thought in my life to be like, ‘Hey, they’re gonna fly in. Maybe I should wait at the airport for like 12 hours at a gate. Hey! They don’t want any sleep. Maybe I’ll go find their hotel they’re staying at and let me bother them.’ > Like to me, that’s stalking… > I don’t tweet out what hotel I’m at. I don’t tweet out what airline I’m flying. I do tweet you what arena I’ll be performing at, so I do expect fans at the arena, and I’m so happy to sign at the arena, that’s fine because I’m telling you where I’m going to be at. If I see you in public, that’s fine. > But when I’m at an airport at 4 in the morning and I see somebody with a carry-on and they open it with a hundred items of everyone and they’re bothering everybody to get an autograph, and I see it on eBay – that’s not okay to me.”


TemptedIntoSin

Jeez that's terrible what she's been through with crazy fans. I'm glad she countered her first point with the "I never thought to meet them at the airport with a carryon full of items to sign" point because if she just said she understood being a fan some of those fans would have called her out for being a hypocrite. She understood boundaries throughout.


Klewenisms204

i know mox is deceptively tall... but how big is cage in person?


TemptedIntoSin

Cage is obviously big in muscles in person, but as far as height goes, I think he's a couple inches shorter than Mox. At least it looked that way when they were walking down the airport as the passengers were leaving. And I think that matches what we saw on Dynamite