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Notes on The Rock, Kevin Nash, WWE action figures, and more

Michael Bay delivers all ‘Pain,’ no ‘Gain’

– Yesterday afternoon, former WWE champion The Rock held a #RockTalk on Twitter, chatting with fans and answering all kinds of different
questions. Perhaps the most important question out of all the Q&A was when a fan asked him if WrestleMania 29 was the last time that e would see him
in the ring. “Mania may have been my last match,” The Rock wrote. “The 3 year goal was to come in & elevate the @WWE. Then proudly “do the honors,”
he said. The original plan was to have Brock vs Rock at WrestleMania 30 but the injury he suffered prevented from the angle to kick off the night
after Mania on RAW. Rock had so far not committed publicly to doing WrestleMania 30 even though he was at the press conference in New Orleans. (thanks to Colin Vassallo)

Mattel scores big with WWE action figures. According to NPD data, Mattel’s line of miniature WWE wrestlers is the No. 1 action figure property in the U.S., beating out heavy hitters such as G.I. Joe, Star Wars and Marvel.

– From Mike Informer: Former WWE/WCW champion Kevin Nash is growing up

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3 Responses

  1. Pieman says:

    Do the honors to “pass the torch” to Lesnar?!?!

  2. Mackdeezy says:

    Huh, and what’s interesting is they were 12.99 but you could buy 2 for 19.99 at Toys R Us today.

  3. What? says:

    Kevin Nash is 53. It’s about time he started “growing up,” maybe?

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