Longtime WWE fan Steve Mesa attended the WWE SmackDown TV tapings on Tuesday, Feb. 17 in Sunrise, near Fort Lauderdale.
Mesa, a Hialeah resident, took some nice photos of the event, using a Sony Cybershot DSC-HX50V. Above is some of this fan’s show perspective, sharing those photos and more online and via social media.
Nowadays, if you have a cell phone with camera capabilities or hand-held digital camera, you are allowed to photograph concerts, shows and pro sports for social media purposes. It was prohibited for fans to take photos at these events prior, but technology is the reason for this change in photographic rules for audience members.
Video is still prohibited.
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Road To WrestleMania Includes SoFlo
- The Road to WrestleMania traveled through Florida, and the WWE SmackDown tapings at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, near Fort Lauderdale, ended the Florida swing of that tour.
WWE SmackDown was Tuesday, Feb. 17 at the BB&T Center, home to the NHL Florida Panthers. That SmackDown broadcasts 8 p.m. EST Thursday, Feb. 19 on Syfy.
It was eight years since WWE SmackDown visited the Panthers’ home ice, and it marks the final WWE TV show before the inaugural WWE Fast Lane pay-per-view, which is Sunday, Feb. 22 on WWE Network.
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