I think the Chris Benoit shirt is fabulous. I like the non-black shirt, much like Kaz I like the color!... I like the simple yet effect logo on the front. And even though I'm not a fan of slogans at all(I'd rather they just give me the logo on front and leave the back blank) this slogan isn't bad at all as WWE slogans go.
Thumbs up to the Benoit shirt, I'd certainly buy it next time The E passes by... I would buy more WWE shirts if they give us a more Benoit type of shirt then BigShow. Of course that's just my personal taste.
PS 'It's False' great signature I actually laughed out loud with the Heyman playing The Squares.
(edited by Net Hack Slasher on 24.3.04 0525) smark/net attack wienerville advisory stays at BLUE alert - Guarded (With Benoit & Eddie being World & WWE champions you'd expect the alert to be Green but couldn't do it due to Trish heel turn & brands re-draft)- 3/16
Honors for Smartest thing ever written, 5th Horseman "When Victoria, Trish, Molly, and Lilian were in the ring.. I commented to my friends that all of the 4 ladies in the ring were hotter than the all 4 that are fighting over who is the hottest in the WWE"
Originally posted by TorchslasherYou gotta be joking with the Benoit shirt. That thing is ugly to say the least. The bones don't help, and the color is horrid.
Still...I'd buy it over that stupifyingly horrible Big Show shirt. I'll stick with wanting the Cena shirt.
The Cena 'old school' WWE logo is one of the best things they've come out with in years. If it didn't say Word Life underneath it, I would probably get a shirt, but that catchphrase, while it fits Cena well, is just too damn corny for me. I did however order a lock/chain for a buddy of mine who loves hilarious "thug wear".
David Spade teaches us an Important Lesson:
Joe Dirt: So you're gonna tell me that you don't have no black cats, no roman candles, or screaming mimis? Kicking Wing: No. Joe Dirt: Oh come on man. You got no lady fingers, fuzz buttles, snicker bombs, church burners, finger blasters, gut busters, zippity do das, or crap flappers? Kicking Wing: No, I don't. Joe Dirt: Yer gonna stand there, owning a fireworks stand, and tell me you don't have no whistling bungholes, no spleen spliters, whisker biscuits, honkey lighters, hoosker doos, hoosker don'ts, cherry bombs, nipsy daisers, with or without the scooter stick, or one single whistling kitty chaser? Kicking Wing: No... because snakes and sparklers are the only ones I like. Joe Dirt: Well that might be your problem, it's not what you like, it's the consumer.
My brother worked at last year's Wrestlemania and picked up that Booker T bear as a souvenir for me...without my consent. However, I must say it's hilarious. We spent a few days making it do the ol' "head-nod-thing-on-the-ramp" that Booker always does before FLIPPING BACK THE HAIR AND SHAKING THE HAND!!!!!! Sometimes we'd unsuccessfully try to get it to do the Spinnerooni. We laughed and laughed until it got old...we don't do that very much anymore.
At least on my level, EVERYTHING sold out with the exception of a Goldbert tee here and there. The only thing I know for sure is that they sold out of programs, which is bullshit considering they didn't have any by the SECOND match of the night. Thankfully, Shopzone offered them.
I don't know why they constantly feel the need to take a shirt that may not be completely embarassing to wear in public, and then add so much ugly/4-year-old-mentality shit to the back of it that any casual shoppers will be ashamed to even be caught looking at the Shopzone site.
I really wish I'd picked up one of the blue "Victim of the Crossface" shirts. The new Benoit shirt just doesn't do anything for me.
Besides my beaten up EC F'N W shirt, I've got one Stone Cold Celebrity Deathmatch shirt with Austin holding up a skeleton. I've never really been one for wrestling t-shirts for exactly the reason Tribal Prophet mentioned.
If you're refering to the statement that I made about people not wanting to get rid of Hogan because he used to garuntee an excellent payday, you misread me. For good or bad, Hogan made wrestling what it was in the 80's.