WWF WWE Jakks Ruthless Aggression head size work with neca?
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WWF WWE Jakks Ruthless Aggression head size work with neca?

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I like to know if the heads of WWF WWE Jakks Ruthless Aggression figures can work with neca figures on scale and movement.

Posted by dreamcatcher
on Thursday, April 15, 2010
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Automatauntaun -
Thursday, June 2, 2011
Ha, he is right. I'm not trying to get ya down dood! But it's for real one of the most difficult
Things to do. And your gonna ...your gonna need some real good health care.
If it's our dream , run for it man. I did it a small bit in the Indy like super low Indy realm.
I loved it but I went to work with lots of black eyes and nothing but
Smiles as payment.
mega_star_andro -
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Wow, can't believe I'm answering this question in a figurerealm board, lol.

To add to Count's reply (which is 100% accurate) Pro wrestling will cost you EVERTHING! Literally it will cost you money, your body, your mind, your life, and will directly affect the lives of ppl around you. To start in the business you do have to go to a wrestling school. Most are only located in major cities so you will prob have to move ($2000). The school itself then has the choice to accept you or not at ANY time during training. The school will cost you around ($5000) for a good school. Training will take 6-12 months. You will get hurt, you will get mad, you will want to quit. You will travel with the school to their shows and be taking down the ring and setting it up at the show, setting up other stuff at the show and then cleaning up and taking down the ring at the end of the show for no pay (which you will also get tired of). But if you survive training and then go to work Independent shows be prepared to get beat up some more. Here is where you learn how to actually "work" a match. The training only prepares you to get hurt and how to perform the moves. Since you are new or "green" you prob won't get paid ANYTHING for your first couple of matches. Keep in mind you will have to travel long distances at your own expense to work these shows. After a while you might start getting paid to work and get around ($25) for a show, not match but show, so you might work 3 matches in one night and only get the 25.

WWE holds try outs every so often. It will cost you around ($1500) to "try out" for WWE. They usually only take guys that are 6'1'' or taller and 250lbs or bigger. Usually NOBODY from a tryout makes it anywhere in the WWE. But on the rare chance you get called up for a developmental contract you will have to move once again to their training facility used to be OVW but FCW now ($2000) and still be working your 'regular" job on the side. There are many guys who work for FCW or OVW and never have been on WWE tv. There are thousands of indy wrestlers who will give anything to be there also. And you will just be one of the thousands, IF you get through wrestling school and the indy wrestling scene uninjured.

I think you are seriously underestimating the choice you are making. Please reconsider and save yourself the trouble. Thanks.
-Victor Leyva
Automatauntaun -
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
I'm not tryin to be rude...but, are you serous? My buddy is a local pa wrestler by the name mega destroyer and...it's tuff buddy. Be prepared to get hurt a lot and still work a real job cause the matches don pay well. You have to cover your own travel and travel a lot. You will be car pooling with guys who wrestle...and lot of them are temperamental. Wrestlers are notoriously cliky. Also some Guys might hate you and never tell you why and try to Hirt you in the ring.
Mega is pals with kid flash. ( he was a mid carder in wcw and wwf).
And his stories were enough to make you scream some times. It's fun and rewarding if you live it but it is a soul
Crushing business and you will be wrestling local and reagonle for a long time. The invites to audition to wwe are invite only. So...don't get hurt if you get told nsow lot. If you work hard and really love the bizz. You should be fine even if you never get to wwe. Also. We lost matt ball (arhkym) this year to a concussion in ring injury. it's a unavoidable risk but he loved the life and he died doing what he loved. He was a awesome dude and a great wrestler. Miss ya buddy! RIP MATHEW BALL...
danitoba -
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Can somebody give me an example of a everyday life of a WWE superstar. Please be very detailed. Also, some advice on how to get into the WWE. I know you have to go to a wrestling school. I'm planning on going to WWA4. And if I don't get into WWE from there then I plan to head down to FCW. So can you give me a example of a everyday life of a WWE superstar and some advice on how to get into the WWE.
Friday, April 16, 2010
They'd be a little small. But like he said, it all depends on the body.
Mighty Tom -
Friday, April 16, 2010
they might but I think it mainly depends on what head and what body.
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