|Originally posted by Boomer187 |
The $300 lower bowl ones are not bad, and anything more expensive is obviously kick ass. Always try for the sides of the arena, but it is amazing how well you can see the ring and the fighters even far back. It is a completely different experience than watching at home. its odd not having an announcer, and everything happens to quick with no camera change
But nothing was greater than when Rampage knocked out Chuck. You can jump around at home and scream, but when you are jumping and screaming next to 10,000 people...madness! I am sure the same was felt at Mandalay when Silva landed that kick.
I guess the real question is if ringside is any better than the closest lower bowl ones. For instance, my favorite seats at baseball games are behind home plate, in the front of club level--not at field level, because the former gives you a view of everything, at a better angle. If you're ringside, are you stuck with a bad angle, or is it just the closer the better?
Any way to predict where the cameras will be, and get unobstructed views, or is it pretty much dumb luck? (128, @ prudential center)
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