Originally Posted by CobraKing
You can't fault the fanbase - they pay good money for a mediocre product. The owner should've taken it in his stride and carried on with what he had to say. He's been a an executive for the most part of his career - big mistake on his part showing his emotions like that. Guess giving a speech to an arena audience is different from giving a speech to a boardroom full of 'yes' men or employees who need their paycheques.
I agree and disagree, althougth the owner and a few others handled the situation like amateurs, it would of been nice to hear the majority of fans drown out the negativity with enthusiastic cheers once Mullin stepped up, instead the booing lingered on.