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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.76
    Originally posted by emma
    So tonight*, HHH is wearing a Tshirt that I don't remember seeing before: "No Hype Necessary" (shopzone.wwe.com)

    While I'm there, I happen to notice there's a new Flair shirt packaged with his DVD: "Woooo" (shopzone.wwe.com)

    The Flair one isn't bad at all. (I swear somebody in this thread suggested a plain "Woooo" shirt, but I don't see the post.) And the HHH one isn't embarassing & is applicable in other contexts as well -- that's something! I might even have to get that one. (Although a ladies' version, in purple, would be better.) :-)

    True progress, or just a temporary teaser?

    (edited by emma on 14.1.04 0132)



You know, I'd buy that Flair one, IF IT WAS SPELLED RIGHT!

Good god, who forgot to put the H in Whoo? It looks better that way.

Last WWF(e) Tshirt I bought was the austin 3:16 shirt. However here in Canada it had a silloette of his head behind the 3:16, and nothing on the back. Got it at Walmart.

Then when I DO find a real Austin 316 tshirt, it looks like the guy wearing it is wearing it backwards. Just made that way I guess.

I still want a real one damnit!!

(edited by thefraserman on 14.1.04 0046)
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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.47
    Originally posted by thefraserman
    You know, I'd buy that Flair one, IF IT WAS SPELLED RIGHT!

    Good god, who forgot to put the H in Whoo? It looks better that way.
We've had the "wooo" vs. "whooo" discussion here before, & have never reached a definitive consensus. According to this post (The W), Ric says it's "Wooo". I, for one, feel that we shouldn't allow a stray H to divide us, & that we should all be able to "W(h)ooo" together in harmony, without regard to race, creed, colo(u)r, or nationality.

(*Is it a bad sign that I just typed that, & I'm *not* even drunk?*) :-)
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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.36
After looking at the WWE's latest fare, I don't think I'd want to buy or wear any of them. I'll take an original nWo shirt, or the original DX shirt. I don't like the designs, and most of them are too tacky to be worn outside the house or outside a wrestling show.

Funny, though. Triple H as No Hype Necessary while Goldberg has Believe The Hype on their respective T-shirts? (Both links go to Shopzone)

I'm a huge Cena mark, but I'm not going to buy that baseball cap. A mesh backing? Hell no! Not for that price!

And to add to the WHOO/WOO argument, I think Ric Flair uses both...the WHOOOO! is the one he uses out loud in promos, when he's in the ring, kinda when he says he's "styling, and (whoo!) profiling). The Woooo is when he does a classic Slick Ric move by giving his hand for a handshake and runs it through his hair....that's a taunting WOOOOO, designed to piss off his opponant. I'm sure someone can find that in a classic NWA match somewhere.



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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.80
The only wrestling shirt I ever bought:

Kaitenai's "EVIL." shirt, with "INDEED." on the back.

That shirt's fun even outside a WWE context. It's great to wander around wearing a shirt that declares your innate evil nature in cheerful red, white and blue.

I'll echo earlier sentiments; give me a basic logo, don't stick some cheeseball slogan or innuendo on the shirt along with it. The pure nWo logo shirt or the basic black Austin 3:16 logo shirt sold like mad, for instance. But I'm not gonna wear a shirt that combines a logo or quick text snippet I like along with something absolutely stupid.
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.30
Thanks for all the posts
I wouldn't mind an evil t-shirt either

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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.50
    Originally posted by emma
    So tonight*, HHH is wearing a Tshirt that I don't remember seeing before: "No Hype Necessary" (shopzone.wwe.com)

If you do order it you'll get a message saying the slogan has been changed to "You think my nose is big, you ought to see what's in my tights"... You ask why did you change it. Marketing Geek answer "We made a study and the new slogan works better, well not actually a study, but I told a friend of mine about the new big nose/big dick catch and he spit milk out of his nose, OUT OF HIS NOSE! That has to be a big seller!"



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