By Ryan Clark | July 15, 2009
This year's San Diego Comic Con will feature a WWE Legends signing running for all four days. "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, The Honky Tonk Man, Bushwacker Luke, and Virgil are all scheduled to appear. On Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, they are scheduled from 11AM to 3PN, while on Sunday, they are scheduled from 11AM to 2PM. On Thursday, they will be at table AA16, but the other three days, they will be at table AA10. The likely charge will be $15-$20 per wrestler per autograph.
TNA will be sponsoring the "Wrath Of Con" party at the Hard Rock Cafe during the San Diego Comic Con on July 24th. TNA will be set up a ring and hold matches with Kurt Angle, Christopher Daniels, Suicide and the Motor City Machine Guns. Tickets are not available to the general public, instead, five attendees at Comic Con will win tickets during the Masters Of The Web panel on Thursday, July 23rd. For all of the latest information on Comic Con, head over to comic-con.org.
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