My second JBL-sign is also from his character when he wrestled. He used to portray himself as an american hero and thinking of the logo from the Great American Bash I got the idea for the sign straight away. It took some time to get everything straight and the stars were really difficult to make but all in all it also turned out well.
As I wrote earlier JBL has never seen the signs but we have met him in person, partly. The first time it was just me who met him on the streets of Helsinki the first time WWE were in Finland. JBL was not a part of the show but was on a world wide tour with one of the Divas promoting the WWE. At that time he was still Bradshaw and that can be seen on the photo he let me take of him on a snowy Helsinki-street (photo can be found in our wrestlingblog, see address in the the first post, Torrie Wilson). The second time was when my nine year old daughter asked for an autograph at the hotel they were staying. JBL just smiled and walked on by. We dont blame him to much for that thou, Eddy Guerrero had just passed away a week before and most of the wrestlers we saw that time were still quite upset, we fully understand if their thoughts were elsewhere. We do hope that we will get to meet JBL one of these days because he is really entertaining and a big part of making Smackdown a show you want to watch, his comments are just hilarious.