Someone Bought This: WWF Championship Belt Bag fanny packs are the ultimate fashion accessory

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WWF Championship Belt Bag Fanny Pack

WWF Fanny Pack Hulk Hogan Ultimate Warrior World Championship Belt Bag 2

Ah, the early 90’s…

Milli Vanilli topped the charts!

A young rapscallion named Bart Simpson told American that he was “An underachiever… and proud of it, man!

And along with Hula-Hoops, Fanny Packs were all the rage with the youths, as you can see with these WWF Championship Belt Bags.

If I ever start a band, I’m totally calling it “Sturdy, Rust-Proof Zipper”.

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11 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WWF Championship Belt Bag fanny packs are the ultimate fashion accessory"
  1. John C says:

    And I will counter in The Battle of the Bands with Quick Release Buckle, we not only live life in the fast lane but we love in the faster lane.

  2. WrestleTrekker says:

    Somebody call Mick Foley.

  3. Jay says:

    I have noticed there is a direct coorelation between the size of a WWE wrestler and the liklihood of them wearing a fanny pack.

  4. mfm420 says:

    i found a bag like that once. had like $15,000 in it, all in hundred dollar bills. started tossing a little bit out, til some weasel came along and stole the rest

  5. George from Dudleyville ,NY says:

    On an unrelated note. Today is the the birthday of Wrestelcrap legend “Man Mountain Rock”!

  6. George from Dudleyville, NY says:

    Oh yeah. Other then Mr. Mountain Rock it also Jim Morrison, I mean John Morrison b-day and legebdary Bullet Bob Armstrong.

  7. Doc 902714 says:

    I got one of those from my parents in a WWE themed Easter Basket. I used it to hold my eggs.

  8. Mister Forth says:

    I get the feeling the bottom one is a knock-off.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Was this the most unfashionable fashion trend of all time? And don’t say mullets, because those were NEVER considered a “fashion trend” so much as just something that inbreds did.

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