HEADLIES: Cyber Monday Sales of New Becky Lynch Playset Crash WWE.com

4 Submitted by on Mon, 26 November 2018, 21:26

Stamford, CT – Overwhelming Cyber Monday sales at WWEShop.com temporarily crashed the web site’s servers as the WWE unveiled their hottest gift for this Christmas season: the Becky Lynch Broken Face Action Set.

“For years, kids have enjoyed our toy roleplay costume sets, enabling them to pretend they are WWE Superstars like John Cena and The Shield,” said Stephanie McMahon, chief brand officer for the WWE. “This item is groundbreaking, though. With one simple box opening, a small child can immediately become a part of the WWE Women’s Revolution.”

Hoping to cash in on the incredible rise in popularity of the hottest star in the WWE today, Smackdown Women’s Champion, Becky Lynch, the action playset retails for $34.95.

When pressed about the seemingly high price of the playset, which basically consists of a cheap wig, a kid’s t-shirt and a tube of fake blood, McMahon noted, “You cannot put a price on all the kids who will go to bed this Christmas Eve and wake up to become The Man on Christmas morning with the new Becky Lynch Broken Face Action Set underneath their tree!”

Critics warn this product could lead to fake blood permanently staining clothes and carpets, and definitely caution using this playset around any members of the Maivia family, as it does not include a doctor’s note excusing a child from missing school due to injury.

(Photo provided by Ace Hardcastle)

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4 Responses to "HEADLIES: Cyber Monday Sales of New Becky Lynch Playset Crash WWE.com"
  1. John C says:

    Oh you mean a tube of red viscous fluid that certain vampire like characters would drink. Maybe they’ll make this into a WWE Network Christmas special event, Becky The Broken Nose Main Eventer.

  2. #OPC says:

    Toys R Us went out of business just a few months too soon, if they had survived through Thanksgiving and given the Man’s sudden surge in popularity, all those hundreds of unsold Becky Lynch action figures would have been the number one seller on Black Friday.

  3. Jim says:

    Funny that you mention the Maivia family. I think the High Chief really missed a trick by failing to market “Billy Robinson Half-Chewed Face Action Sets” back in the day.

  4. Caveman says:

    My little niece just saw the picture on this headlie and now wants this playset really badly.

    I guess Becky is pretty popular with little girls these days.

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