Someone Bought This: Awesome wrestling ring bed, and Wrestling Buddies commercial.

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Wrestling Ring Bed

Okay, so technically this guy just bought supplies, but he used those supplies to make this fantastic wrestling ring bed for his son.

What a great Dad!

Admit it, Crappers- if you were 7 years old, this would make you the happiest kid on the planet and the envy of all your friends.

Now, where’d I put my Wrestling Buddies?…

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19 Responses to "Someone Bought This: Awesome wrestling ring bed, and Wrestling Buddies commercial."
  1. Prince Chad Walden says:

    That is awesome! May do that for my sons

  2. John C says:

    Good thing he’s not a Impact fan cause that six sided bed would be a pain in the ass to make. Imagine the fun wrestling buddies you could have with older eras. Bruiser & Crusher, Killer Kowalski, Ole & Gene Anderson, The Sheik, Groovy Greg Gagne, Abdullah the Butcher, The Grand Wizard & whoever else you can imagine.

  3. Jozzy Von Rokkenstein says:

    Awesome!!! I’m a pretty handy dude…think I’ll do that to our bed…I’m sure the wife won’t mind…

  4. Andre R. says:

    I remember the Wrestling Buddies ad. It was OK. I never had them, I was older when they came out.

  5. Bert Stevens says:

    Jack Swagger even jobs in this kid’s bedroom

  6. Shockwave says:

    Awesome :)

  7. George from Dudleyville, NY says:

    I had every one except Bossman. I specifically remembered Hogan and Warrior wore the WWF title on their buddy and Millon Dollar Man had his pimp green suit. I also remember ending up with the faces a lot as gifts, so in my head I had to be the heel. Who knew 20+ years later I’m still rooting for the heels. Thanks Rick Rude and Mr.Perfect for helping me battle all those damn faces as a kid. Also when Jajke Roberts turned Heel I had my favorite partner ever.

  8. George from Dudleyville, NY says:

    I had every one except Bossman. I specifically remembered Hogan and Warrior wore the WWF title on their buddy and Millon Dollar Man had his pimp green suit. I also remember ending up with the faces a lot as gifts, so in my head I had to be the heel. Who knew 20+ years later I’m still rooting for the heels. Thanks Rick Rude and Mr.Perfect for helping me battle all those damn faces as a kid. Also when Jake Roberts turned Heel I had my favorite partner ever.

  9. Mister Forth says:

    A great thing to make for his kid.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Cool.

  11. Cubsfan52 says:

    How does the kid get to bed? Does the mom or dad have to hold the ring ropes ala Ms.Elizabeth?

  12. Raven7309 says:

    My dad built me a wrestling ring out of wood and rope for my WWF, He-Man, and other assorted action figures. I even had a Clubber Lang figure from Rocky III.

  13. barronmore says:

    I had a plastic wrestling ring I got from a swap meet that was the perfect size for my GI Joe action figures. Played with that for ywpears and years…even did a 20 man battle royal once where posed every figure and had them balanced perfectly. The best part was my sister made me a steel cage to gp around it from some plastic crochet sheets! And people wonder why I still love wrestling today.

  14. carl zayas says:

    Yeeeess……if I was 7. No way I would do that at 33. (whistling nonchalantly)

  15. Arriba McIntyre says:

    Now, that’s clearly Little Pete saying “Nothing, Dad!” but.. is that Art Donovan narrating?

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