Someone Bought This: TNA Six Sided Ring play set

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TNA Six Sided ring toy

TNA is bringing back the Six Sided Ring because they’re desperate to re-live the glory days of the promotion and don’t care about the wrestlers’ safety the fans demanded it!

In celebration of that, here’s the Six Sided ring play set for your figures.

Does not come with newly-crippled and angry wrestling figures.

I bet the ropes in this toy ring have more give to them than the actual six sided ring ropes do.

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11 Responses to "Someone Bought This: TNA Six Sided Ring play set"
  1. Scrooge McSuck says:

    Something I remember really making me laugh, and this isn’t me trying to mock TNA: the fanboys getting excited for the original launch of TNA action figures and TRADING CARDS. You know you’re grasping for straws to compliment a company because they have a deal with Topps trading card company. My local Big Lots has had the same mountain of TNA toys in stock for 4 years, and I don’t see them ever selling one.

  2. Chris says:

    I’m both proud and ashamed to say that on this day, I own something that is on “someone bought this.” Mostly ashamed because it’s TNA related. I think it’s in storage though with all of my early TNA figures (A.J. Styles, Christopher Daniels, Shark Boy, Elix Skipper, Chris Sabin, etc.)

  3. OneManChainGang says:

    I’m not gonna lie, I looked at the Kurt Angle action figure and for a split second I thought “When did Antonio Cesaro wrestle for TNA?”

  4. Guest says:

    So much for no more stinking playpen rings huh?

  5. Jay (SFSC) Sanchez says:

    is it just me or is angle stealing AJ’s springboard forearm?

  6. Alexandru says:

    Yeah even if TNA and Spike actually did market the company, and people actually knew about TNA, nobody would buy these toys as they are just hideous. Also its sad/desperate TNA is bringing the six-sided ring back to try and garner some interest. While people were upset the six-sided ring was done with, its not surprising as none of the wrestler’s, judging by a few interviews, liked the six-sided design at all.

  7. Mister Forth says:

    Angle & Styles. Those were the days.

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