Someone Bought This: WWF Superstars cereal (with free flip book!).

10 Submitted by on Mon, 07 July 2014, 02:00

WWF Superstars Cereal boxes featuring The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, The Legion Of Doom, and Hogan/Warrior together

I found this article on WWF Superstars cereal. Ralston’s cereals were always pretty good (Remember their Batman cereal?). The WWF Superstars cereal box helpfully says:




Wait a minute… “Sweet, but no pushover”?

I get the cute wrestling wordplay, but I don’t even understand what that’s supposed to mean in relation to the cereal. That sounds like it’s describing me, not a cereal.

The cereal pieces were shaped like stars (Oh! As in “Superstars“? How clever!). I was hoping for pieces shaped like The Ultimate Warrior’s face paint or Hulk Hogan’s bandana or something.

At least it has no evil Tropical Oils (was that a big health concern in the early 1990′s or something?). I want one of those Flip Books they gave away! Does anyone have one of those? Please comment below if you do.

Oh man, if I’d won the contest, I could’ve met R.D himself at WrestleMania VIII since he was lucky enough to be there in person. That’s better than a crummy ol’ Flip Book any day!

I’m surprised there was never a commercial for this for them to air on WWF TV around the time. You’d think that would be a no-brainer.

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10 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WWF Superstars cereal (with free flip book!)."
  1. Shawn Doc Girt says:

    what no WCW or ECW cereal?

  2. Zeedeevel says:

    I actually have the green flipbook with ultimate warrior on it. The cereal is long gone

  3. DangerdousD DDave says:

    What? No “Koko B Ware puffs?”

  4. Wrestlecrap's Janitor says:

    Doubt that my parents would spring for this cereal, as cheap as they were concerning brand name foods.

  5. Doc 902714 says:

    Since when did Kraft Dinner or something very closely resembling it become a cereal

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