Someone Bought This: How much would you pay for a WCW/NWO Bash Brick?

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WCW NWO Bash Brick

Yes, WCW sold (or gave away?) a WCW/NWO Bash Brick. Bryan from The WCW Worldwide Blog found it and he writes:

That’s right, an official World Championship Wrestling foam brick… for you and your friends to have hours of… fun with??

It’s a foam brick that you can use…

  1. To hold a door open!
  2. As a unique paperweight
  3. To hit your friends in the head with when you backyard wrestle.
  4. To throw at your TV when watching particularly insipid WWE or TNA shows.

It’s on eBay right now for just $79.99!

You think I’m joking? See for yourself!

WCW NWO Bash Brick eBay screenshot

I like that they describe it as “used”.

“Hey, why is this foam novelty brick all sticky?!”.

Hey, at least the shipping is free!

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13 Responses to "Someone Bought This: How much would you pay for a WCW/NWO Bash Brick?"
  1. CBCB says:

    It’s a shame these weren’t more popular. I’d have loved to see these things hit the ring in massive numbers alongside the beer cups and toilet paper rolls during an nWo run-in.

  2. John Q Occupier says:

    Hey, I dunno-it’d be safer throwing this at your TV than a real one?

  3. The Scanian Maniac says:

    Given what people with the objectophilia condition have done with bricks or pieces of the Berlin Wall, perhaps someone will even marry the Bash Brick? 🙂

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/2035996/Woman-married-to-Berlin-Wall-for-29-years.html

  4. John C says:

    “Coming soon fans the NWO official stick. It’s just as wooden as a Vincent promo and it points. Use Stick to click your remote control whenever any Bryan Adams or Stevie Ray match comes on Nitro or Thunder. Also Stick can be used to poke out your own eyes whenever Mark Madden appears onscreen or you can use Stick to jam into your eardrums so you don’t have to listen to another K-Dawg song. Stick only $9.99, shipping and handling not included. The preceding message was paid for by the NWO Black and White faction.”

  5. Mister Forth says:

    Just when you think you know all the ways WCW wasted money.

  6. Bryan Barrera says:

    Thanks for featuring this, Paul!

    I would love to get more info regarding this item. I went to the shows when this would’ve been sold and I’ve never seen it before. I never ran into it at any Wal-Marts or Targets. I can’t even think of a wrestler on the roster who even used bricks as a signature weapon.

    That being said, I don’t know why this even exists!

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      I was going to ask you if you had any information about where it might have come from! I can’t imagine it was sold at shows… Maybe it was given away at a promotional event of some kind?

      • Jinx says:

        I was thinking maybe it was a free gift when you bought the PPV and sent them your cable bill as proof of purchase. I guess I’m off to watch old Bash at the Beaches on WWE Network to see if this offer popped up.

  7. Guest says:

    Wonder how much Ken Pantera would pay for it.

    • "The Big Cheese" Paul Kraft says:

      Oh man, how did I miss the chance to reference that?! Wait… doesn’t Ken prefer to use boulders?

  8. Joel Kazoo says:

    The idea behind these things were if you got pissed about something you saw on TV, you could “throw a brick” at it without actually harming said TV. They sold a lot of these featuring your favorite sports team, so you could throw it when your team didn’t catch the ball or make the tackle.

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