If you had a chance to ask members of Villain Enterprises and LifeBlood a question, what would it be?
Fans will have an opportunity to pose questions to the two factions during the G1 Supercard Festival of Honor at Madison Square Garden’s Hulu Theater on Friday, April 5. The Q&A with ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions Villain Enterprises takes place at 11 a.m., with the LifeBlood Q&A session to follow at noon.
LifeBlood leader and IWGP U.S. Champion Juice Robinson said he is excited about conversing with fans and no topic will be off limits.
“Fans can expect an open forum where anything goes,” Robinson said. “No punches need to be pulled, so please ask away. You guys bring the Q’s and we’ll do our best to provide the A’s.
“I love meeting people from all over the world,” he added. “It’s a wonderful thing when an event so big and so important pulls people together from across the globe. Regardless of if you took the train a few stops or flew over continents and oceans to get here, we are all coming together to celebrate our love of pro wrestling. I think that’s pretty badass.”
PCO, representing Villain Enterprises, is a man (or monster) of few words, but he said he also is looking forward to fielding questions from fans.
“Fans should definitely come and see us,” PCO said. “We want to be part of the festivities and have fun with the fans. Let’s see what we come up with live!”
The magnitude of G1 Supercard weekend -- the festival on April 5 and the historic G1 Supercard show co-promoted by ROH and New Japan Pro-Wrestling on April 6 at sold-out Madison Square Garden -- is not lost on Robinson, who has wrestled on the past three Wrestle Kingdom shows for NJPW before crowds of nearly 40,000.
“I’d be willing to say this is the biggest wrestling weekend for all of us ever,” he said. “The companies, the wrestlers, and fans alike all understand that it don’t get no bigger than Madison Square Garden, baby!
“ROH and NJPW are looking to put on a show suitable for ‘The World’s Most Famous Arena’ and it’s clear they have. The festival beforehand just builds the anticipation for the show and gives the fans something to do rather than just bite their nails and stare at the clock waiting for that opening match bell to sound.”