It’s What Didn’t Happen At WWE In Boise That Has Everyone Talking
If you were lucky enough to be there, you know that last night's WWE Supershow at ExtraMile Arena in Boise was one hell of a show. The energy was absolutely electric, the matches were intense, and the noise from the crowd felt like it could've shaken the arena down to the ground.
That's not uncommon at a WWE event this day in age. Regardless of how you feel about the sport of professional wrestling, it's still one of the highest-grossing and most-watched forms of entertainment in these United States of America. Honestly, you'd be hard pressed to find someone in Boise who hasn't been into pro wrestling at some point in their life. It's almost like a rite of passage.
So, what was missing? What didn't happen that has so many people talking today? That's easy: Division.
No matter what you're reading on your phone, you're bound to run into stories about Boisians fighting about traffic, or politics, or people from a certain Sunshine State relocating to the City of Trees. Hell, we've even written some of those articles! We get it.
However, last night at Boise's WWE event, it's almost as if the crowd were all as one. Cheering together for their favorite heroes. Booing the vilified bad guys. We joined together with an audible message saying "WE ALL SUPPPORT YOU" or, "WE ALL THINK YOU SUCK!"
Jokes aside, didn't it feel empowering to have so many people from different walks of life come together to celebrate and just enjoy life?
Don't let anyone fool you: Boise, Idaho is full of love, life, togetherness, and brotherhood.
And if you don't like that, we got two words for ya...