My Night at #WWEOrlando with the #WWEmoms

Can I tell you a secret? I love WWE wrestling. I started watching with my husband 13 years ago and while I miss the days when Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and The Undertaker were the main event, I still enjoy it. 

I actually remember when John Cena first joined the WWE and I thought "who is this kid, and how in the world does he think he can stand up to my favorites?" Then on October 28, I sat in my seat at RAW in Orlando and smiled from ear to ear as he made his way to the ring. 



Our family had the pleasure of attending RAW with a group of #WWEmoms to enjoy the night and show our love for the companies support of the Susan G Komen foundation. We met up before the show and put our pink shirts and took a group photo. 

Because I HATE being in a pictures, I'm not going to tell you where I am. Have fun guessing :-)

Because I HATE being in a pictures, I'm not going to tell you where I am. Have fun guessing :-)


My husband even joined in the fun! 


This was my first time at a live wrestling event and I have to say it is a much different experience then watching it on TV. Sadly, we left at around 9:30, about an hour and a half into the show because our little one had fallen asleep and the noise was becoming too much for Matt, who is really sensitive to it.  

The kids all enjoyed the show while they were there though, with Ema getting really into a DIVA's match. I practically had to drag my husband out of his seat to take the kids home too. He so badly wanted to keep watching, but what can I say, tired and sensory loaded kiddo's come first. 

I really hope we can attend again when the WWE comes back to our area for a date night and watch the whole show and maybe an autograph or two.

Speaking of autographs, if you are a WWE fan and you could only get one autograph, whose would it be? Me, I would love to get The Rock's if he ever comes back. 


I was not asked to or compensated for writing this post and I would like to give a special thanks to the WWE for providing our family with tickets and our awesome pink shirts.