This is what I worry about every time I go to see what wrestling action figures they have at Wal Mart. I haven’t been caught by anyone I know yet, but I have my excuses ready.
I know exactly how you feel. My wrestling fanness is my closet pleasure mostly because after I started watching wrestling it disbanded my pre-conceived notions about what it was, but I know others still see it that way and will judge me for it. I especially feel awkward when I go in to my local video game store to buy my bi-yearly WWE game from the guys I have a pretty regular relationship with. Maybe that’s bad and I should just own it, but I don’t need the ridicule.
Haha, yeah, that can’t help but be in the back of my mind if I’m ever looking at the toy aisle.
It would be awesome if LEGO licensed WWE. Very very cool.
Ever since going back to the WWE product, I haven’t been able to constrain myself from at least looking at their figures. I can’t bring myself to buy any, but I find it interesting to see how many copies of specific wrestlers are getting toy prints. Its a completely different kind of push, so I like to see who they’re trying to get over with kids.
I’ve never had problems buying figures, I’m a proud 20yo fan who’s always been confident & unashamed of his passion.
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