-- The latest "Bring It Back" campaign on WWE's website is for the old Wrestling Buddies plush toys to be brought back. They wrote: "Part pillow, part canvas competitor, WWE Wrestling Buddies transcended the WWE Universe into mainstream popularity culture. In fact, in 2011, "Time" magazine's Time.com included them in its list of "All-Time 100 Greatest Toys" – a ranking of the top toys from 1920 – 2010. Imagine the impact of welcoming the next generation of pint-sized grapplers that might include The Second City "Snuggler" CM Punk, "Almohada" Del Rio or the The World's Strongest "Pillow-Man" Mark Henry into your personal toy chest. Forget Baby New Year or Father Time. Ignite a true New Year's revolution and demand to throw down with WWE Wrestling Buddies!"
-- Chris Jericho wrote on Twitter today that he was headed to Canada to hang out with a friend. Jericho took a jab at fans who think he will show up at Monday's WWE RAW Supershow from Memphis, Tennessee:
"On my way to Calgary to go boarding w @speewee in Louise! (Apparently Memphis is in the Rocky Mountains now) #internetfools"
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