There’s nothing funny about this money — oooh yeaaaah!
Classic World Wrestling Federation Promotional Shots [1990-1992]
Enjoy the gallery of absolute, one-hundred percent, bonafied legend of professional wrestling. Seeings these photos just makes me wonder who we’ll see as legends from this generation…
WWF Prime Time — Face to Face with Macho Man Randy Savage and Razor Ramon 
I love everything about this.
Electric Zombie’s Undead Death Match Poster
A close-up of a pretty unique item currently being sold by Electric Zombie that’s a bit of an homage to the 1991 Joe Jusko Royal Rumble piece. Kinda odd to see how the artist swapped in certain people in place of the original guys, but whatevs.
Click over and give them your fifteen dollars for the poster!
ToyFare One-Shot [May 2003]
Still makes me laugh.
Cracked Subscription Advert - Cracked Magazine #334 [May 1999]
A fun little piece of art that was most likely reprinted for this 1999 issue as all of the gimmicks shown here were completely outdated by then.
Macho Man Randy Savage in Japan - SWS/WWF Wrestlefest [3/30/1991]
WWE.com has an interesting photo gallery up showcasing several photos from the Federation’s trips to the Tokyo Dome. The WWF had a working deal with the Super World of Sports promotion and ended up producing some interesting matches due to the mix of styles.
Not a Burger Stand responds after the overwhelming feedback they received from their Macho Man Randy Savage chalk board through social media, and even gives up a link to the artist’s own Tumblr page:
Go on and show her some love with a follow — also, feel free to submit some videos of you bodyslamming your friends for free burgers, like a handful of you posted about doing. If I were in Burbank, you’d know I’d do the same.
For those of you out in Burbank, California, maybe you and a friend should make your way out to Not a Burger Stand. This offer is only good for this week, plus you get a chance to body slam another human for delicious meats!
World Wrestling Federation Superstars Spoof - MAD Magazine #285 [March 1989]
I’ve always seen this cover floating around the Internet and always wondered what kind of feature the magazine ran. After some searching through some Austin comic book shops, I finally came across a copy of it (for only $2.50!!), and scanned the feature in. If only I could come across the WWF vs WCW Cracked Magazine that I used to own…
Click through the break for “Recasting Famous Old Movies With Today’s Famous Wrestlers”.