Blue Meanie Talks About Getting His First Action Figure, He Defining Moment In Wrestling & More!

Former ECW/WWE Star The Blue Meanie recently spoke with the UK Wrestling Figs blog about his new action figure. Here are some highlights from the interview….

On getting his first action figure: 

“I was fortunate to have a very hands on process with the great folks at Figures Toy Company. They allowed me to have say on the gear. Hair style and beard. I ultimately chose my gear from Wrestlepalooza 1998 but chose to have my current beard style. I’m BLOWN AWAY by the amount of detail I have seen so far. Everyone who has seen asked me if they scanned me with a laser.

“They were equally amazed when I tell them that it was hand sculpted. They pretty much nailed it right off the bat. I am very, very excited and flattered.”

What would he consider as his ‘defining moment’ in wrestling? 

“I’ve been able to so SO MANY cool things in my career in ECW and WWE. I would have to say the debut of the bWo. It was supposed to be a one night deal and turned out to have a lengthy run. It also led to a push for Stevie for the ECW title and allowed the bWo to be part of ECW’s FIRST pay per view “Barely Legal”. People still talk about bWo to this day.”

Who would he want to be paired with in a action figure two-pack? 

“I’d love to have one vs. Tracy Smothers. Not only did we have a great feud. He was a mentor in and our of the ring.”

Is he a collector?:

“Not too much. Not like when I was a kid. I had all the LJN’s and AWA figures. But I used to move a lot so I had to scale back on what I kept. I still have Nova’s ECW figure. I have an Al Snow, a Blue Blazer and a Captain Lou Albano LJN. Of course once mine comes out it will be front and center!

Click here for the full interview.




Huskie Howard

Huskie Howard is the owner and editor-in-chief of He is a long time contributor to, where he is known for his extensive coverage of Ohio pro wrestling and interviews with the stars of the Ohio pro wrestling scene.

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