OK, I know some of you have already seen these and this is way late - but what the hell, right?
OK. Starting off with Brock Lesnar. It's known that Brock has a 8-year-old head on a 295-pound body but it seems that the Fed is going to use him to reach children of said age. So they made this: And since I'm on the subject of disturbing products featuring Brock Lesnar: Being a bobblehead is bad enough, but doesn't that thing look more like Lex Luger? Continuing with the bobbleheads, here's RVD: Question. When the bobblehead moves, does pot smoke come out of its ears, nose and mouth? Another bobblehead. This one of Rey Mysterio: And it looks quite "Chucky-ish" if you ask me. Now to the T-Shirts, you know about Chris Benoit's Toothless Aggression T-Shirt, well, here's the one he had previously in all of its VERY UGH-LY glory. And speaking of ugly tees, WHO would wear this one out in public? I'm not even gonna comment on this one. And of course, being the Booker T mark that I am I have to end this Shopzone report with:
I saw that Brock pillow (or whatever it is) a little while ago, and the one thing I kept wondering: why on EARTH did they draw him smiling? Forget that he's supposed to be a bad-ass, but I can't even remember Ricky FREAKING Steamboat smiling in his merchandise poses... It's just weird...
"Triple H, The Rock says they didn't keep you at the bottom of the barrel just because you wanted to say goodbye to your roody poo friends in Madison Square Garden. No! The Rock says, they kept you at the bottom of the barrel because you absolutely suck."
Originally posted by CANADIAN BULLDOGI saw that Brock pillow (or whatever it is) a little while ago, and the one thing I kept wondering: why on EARTH did they draw him smiling? Forget that he's supposed to be a bad-ass, but I can't even remember Ricky FREAKING Steamboat smiling in his merchandise poses... It's just weird...
I saw it as more of an excited grimace than a smile given the positioning of his left hand.
"STOP IT BROCK! You'll never get that damned title back if you go blind."
Oh dear. I'm twisted aren't I?
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I had a different reaction. I tuned it a few minutes before the show like normal, because the theme song always kinda gets me in the mood for the show. I can't really explain it, but I'm just ready to see some chokeslams after hearing that thing.