“AT&T Stadium is so enormous, seeing it on television simply cannot do it justice.” So noted THE HEYMAN HUSTLE‘s very own Ary Dalton, who was featured in YAHOO SPORTS’ DOCUMENTARY ON THE HEYMAN HUSTLE AND THE LOOKING4LARRY AGENCY!
“The screens above the action are monstrous. King Kong vs Godzilla could be going on live, and you’d still be watching it on the screens, because the screens are stadium-sized just by themselves,” Ary commented. “So when it came time for the Brock Lesnar vs Dean Ambrose No Holds Barred Street Fight, I ran up a few decks to sit right in the middle of the crowd. That was the only way to capture the perspective of what it was like. Here’s Brock, who is this huge Beast, and Paul … and they’re walking out into over 100,000 people … I wanted to try to convey the image of what that was like because the TV cameras had to focus on the stadium itself or on the action, but never from the perspective of the enormity of the crowd compared to the larger than life characters performing in front of them.”
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