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This Sunday on July 8th MWR wrestling collectors take the time to join ICON at the TOYMAN Collectible Toy Show in Bridgeton, Missouri.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 3, 2012


If you are in the St Louis area and love to collect wrestling action figures, autographs and various wrestling memorabilia then this Sunday in Bridgeton, Missouri is the one stop place for you.


You can meet the man standing next to Hulk Hogan, ICON this Sunday at the Toy show..

Stop by and see our friend ICON of ICON art at his personal booth, to meet the artist himself, famous for his world renowned painting the History of Wrestling that was showcased at the WWE Wrestlemania art show as well as the WWE Magazine.

Fans will have an opportunity to purchase the “History of the Wrestling” painting poster for the one day only offer for the low low price of $15.00.

Get this awesome poster and have it autographed by ICON himself.

MWR fans will have a chance to purchase the brand new 2011 MWR Yearbook as well as the MWR Trading cards featuring the brand new MWR Trading card of Bruiser Brody!!

Hourly Door Prizes ($10 – $20 value) Include:

DVD’s, Limited Ed. Hot Wheels and Misc Collectible Toys

Machinists Hall
12365 St Charles Rock Road
Bridgeton, MO 63044
Adult Admission: $4.00
Children 16 & under free
Sunday: 9:00a – 2:00p
Early Bird @ 8:00a – $12.00

The Show has over 180 tables and well over 100 dealers Buying / Selling / Trading Collectible Toys all in a 10,000 sq ft Main Room. Some of the toys represented include Hot Wheels, Star Wars, Barbie, comics, movie memorabilia (posters – autographs), Racing items, board games, action figures (science fiction – movie – television – wrestling), die-cast cars, model kits, trading cards, sports collectibles and too much more to list. The show was started to help promote the secondary market of collectible toys. The ToyMan Show is held 7 times a year and has been in business since 1990. It was founded with the idea of bringing collectors together and have fun while doing it

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MWR Artist Icon meets the Warrior and rising female star December .

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 28, 2012

This past weekend, my good friend ICON who is internationally known for his artwork, The Gods of Thunder, which features 355 Wrestling legends called me to tell me that he was to meet the former WWF (E) Champion the Ultimate Warrior in Chicago. The painting took over three years to be finished and has earned rave reviews around the world.

The artwork has been featured in the WWE 2011 January magazine and ICON has been active it trying to get each and every living wrestling star to sign the poster.


The last I saw ICON he and I was a special guest of Bob Geigel and his wife Vera at his home. The last time I had been to Mr Geigel’s home we presented him with the 2011 MWR Lifetime Achievement Award. When Icon asked me if I would be willing to introduce him to the former NWA President, I made the call and we were invited once again to see one of my childhood heroes.

Once again, the Geigel family welcomed us to his home and Icon was able to take the tour of his wonderful basement full of memories. I asked him if the next time we came if we could tape him as he gave us the tour so that you the MWR fans can get a feel of what a wonderful experience listening to Mr. Geigel tell stories of his family, wrestling and meeting the stars in Hollywood.

Afterwards Icon was able to have Mr. Geigel sign his poster along with the other wrestling greats and even gave the couple their own Gods of Thunder artwork.

So as ICON headed to Chicago to meet the one and only Warrior, I traveled to STL to cover IHW and the return of Brandon Aarons.


When I got back home , Icon was more than thrilled with the friendliness and excitement that the Warrior showed as he saw the painting The Gods of Thunder. Here we have a photo of the Warrior signing the poster as the fans flocked from around the Midwest to meet the Warrior.

Icon stated that the Warrior “was thrilled to meet the fans and stayed overtime to meet his fans. The Warrior not only signed what was asked of him but also took the time to meet the fans and carry on the conversations. He was totally positive, looked in great shape and was a treat to the fans.”


Icon was also able to catch up with a female wrestler that I have been wanting to make her way to the MWR Coverage area for some time in the female wrestler December.

ICON is currently doing an exclusive artwork for an MWR Trading card, and in the near future look for his exclusive MWR Wrestling Fantasy Warfare art in the  2011 MWR Yearbook.

While in line Icon has a fan recite’s Famous Wrestler’s Lines At The PCW Event

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