Someone Bought This: WWE Sticker Book

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WWF Superstars sticker album

As Hulk Hogan famously said…

“You fans can stick it, brother”

…right in this WWE Sticker Book!

The idea is that you buy the blank sticker book, and then you buy packs of random stickers with pictures of wrestlers on them to trade with friends and put in the book.

And if I had known about this, I totally would have spent a bunch of allowance money on the stickers because these themed, licensed sticker books were always great.

But, it’s still WrestleCrap for being a financial drain to many an 8 year old.

How many of you Crappers had (or have!) this sticker book?

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14 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WWE Sticker Book"
  1. Thomas says:

    I had one for the 90s X-Men cartoon that aired on Fox. I remember being very excited to have the book and to get the stickers via mail order (probably because I was at an age when getting anything in the mail is exciting).

    Looking back, it’s strange that it should be such a big deal to me as I wasn’t really a fan of the show or the comic books. I was a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers kid.

  2. Idi 'Big Daddy' Amin says:

    I had this one, I bought it at some forgotten holiday camp as a six-year old. God knows how much of my mother’s money I spent on stickers during that holiday, because I completed it before we left, with plenty of stickers (swaps!) to spare. Because I didn’t know anybody else who was into wrestling, I stuck them all over a chest-of-drawers when I got home.

    I’ve still got that chest-of-drawers, actually. It’s in my shed, so next to the recycling bin and an old dartboard is an ancient piece of furniture absolutely covered in stickers of Razor Ramon, Tatanka (buffalo!) and the old white-strapped WWF title belt.

    • Guilty Party says:

      I remember seeing this one!
      You know its a quality product when it’s got a Beverly Brother on the cover.

      • Idi 'Big Daddy' Amin says:

        They weren’t kidding when they said it featured the hottest superstars of the WWF circa 1992/93. The Berzerker, the Brooklyn Brawler, I’m sure even the Giant Gonzalez made it in. A veritable cornucopia of Wrestlecrap.

        • Idi 'Big Daddy' Amin says:

          Also Skinner!

          Think of that when global warming worsens, the polar ice caps melt and reduce us all to a post-apocalyptic Waterworld-style existence: life-giving trees died to make stickers of Skinner.


  3. Jerm says:

    Never had a WWF one, but definitely was into the NFL and MLB versions. So much so that I preferred having my dad place the stickers in so they would be nice and straight to doing it myself and leaving them wonky and wrinkled.

    • theJawas says:

      I have a 1988 MLB one which is actually still in my possession. It’s loads of fun to look at the pictures and some of the jobbers padding out the Royals and Brewers that year. I believe I had that WWF one, though I don’t currently have it.

  4. Mike says:

    I have it bought it with loads of packs of stickers and completed it on the 1st go.
    The stickers are small tho’ still try n get a complete one of these today.

  5. John C says:

    Definantly had baseball ones, I still have fond memories as a 10 year placing Jerry Mumphrey and Rick Cerone into their Yankee slots. Now if they had a WWE Jobber Sticker Album that would be epic. Jose Luis Rivera, Rusty Brooks, Mario Mancini & Gino Carobello that would be a collection worth having.

  6. Nick Nutter says:

    Of course it’s Wrestlecrap. They went with Diamond instead of sticking with Panini. (That’s a deep cut.)

  7. Anonymous says:

    Eh… I’ve seen worse merch. I’m kind of indifferent on this one.

  8. Rob Hill says:

    Oh man I had loads of WWF sticker books. How much of my parents money did I waste!?

  9. The Scanian Maniac says:

    I got a WWE sticker album around 1992-1993. I remember that the Natural Disasters were in it, and that everything was translated into Swedish. Very poorly. Even the wrestling moves. For example clothesline was literaly translated into the Swedish word for laundry drying. 🙂

  10. AdamX says:

    I don’t remember how many stickers I had but I remember owning this book and showing interest for a few weeks(maybe days) at least.

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