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THROWBACK THURSDAY: FAVORITE TOY

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On this Throwback Thursday I want to throw it back to 1994/1995 when I was first introduced to Wrestling.  Growing up I had friends that put me onto WCW/WWF and my whole life changed.  I fell in love with the characters, with the entertainment, with the ACTION!  Seeing guys get hit with chairs, fly thru the air and bleed REAL blood, oh my it was incredible.  With the Hasbro toy commercials I instantly asked my father to buy me some and while I can’t remember the first wrestler toy I got, I remember the feeling of reacting RAW is WAR matches right there in my bedroom.  Now, I look forward to my kids finding their favorite toy and have fun with them while we use our imagination.

What was your favorite toy growing up?

Watch this old Hasbro commercial from 1991:

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