Someone Bought This: TNA baby bibs for boys and girls feature lowered expectations from parents

15 Submitted by on Sat, 12 July 2014, 02:00

TNA baby bib boys Future World Champion TNA baby bib girls Future Knockout

TNA is selling bibs for boys that say “Future World Champ” and for girls that say “Future Knockout”.

Aren’t parents supposed to aspire for their kids to do things they can be proud of?!

What kind of terrible father watches TNA Impact and thinks “Yes, I want my sweet little baby girl to grow up and wear skimpy clothing and wrestle terrible matches for little money in a 3rd rate wrestling promotion!”?

It’s not quite as degrading as being a stripper, but it’s pretty close.

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15 Responses to "Someone Bought This: TNA baby bibs for boys and girls feature lowered expectations from parents"
  1. Anonymous says:

    Ugh. TNA has even worse merchandise than WCW did.

  2. Autrach Sejanoz says:

    Hey, TNA’s actually been pretty good lately, despite the fact that Lashley’s champ…

  3. John C says:

    The only people who’d buy that are just going to put them on their blow up dolls

  4. Boz says:

    3rd rate? Come on. That’s giving them a lot more credit than they deserve 😉

  5. DeweyDTruman says:

    I was about to say “at least strippers aren’t doing their job on TV where everyone in the country is watching them” but then I guess the knockouts aren’t either.

  6. Jeremy says:

    Couldn’t they just put that “Future TNA World Champion” bib on any WWE midcarder from 2007?

  7. Al says:

    The question is will TNA even exist by the time they’ve reached adulthood?

  8. Jay "The Brain" Mann says:

    The thing that confuses me: Why does the World Champ one have the text and logo sewn on while the Knockouts one just has it printed on?

  9. Eh. says:

    It’s not the phrases (I would be a TNA wrestler in a heartbeat, or better yet, a manager), but the terrible, devil-may-care designs of the bibs. Kind of a woebegone effort.

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