- We heard from fans at tonight's WWE TV tapings at the GIANT Center in Hershey, PA that said security was very tight going into the building, causing many to miss the dark match and the first Main Event match.
One of our correspondents noted that he was checked with a wand and had to empty his pockets out. As noted, WWE is increasing security at their events after the recent potential terror threat from the Islamic State (ISIS) at Survivor Series.
Correspondent Justin Jones sent this photo of a security notice he was given. The notice says the following items were not allowed in: bags or briefcases, backpacks, purses larger than 16 inches x 16 inches, video cameras or recording devices, laser pointers or noise makers, weapons, selfie sticks, laptop computers or tablets, outside food or beverage, alcoholic beverages or drugs, luggage of any kind, camera bags and masks. No word yet if they're still allowing fans to wear WWE Superstar masks.