Petition to WWE, Good Humor Ice Cream, Good Humor, World Wrestling Entertainment
Bring Back WWE Ice Cream Bars
Why Ice Cream Bars? If you grew up in the late 80's all the way up until the mid 2000's you might remember the WWE/F Ice Cream Bars. Each bar came in a brightly colored box featuring all the big names in wrestling history. Names like Hulk Hogan, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Ricky Steamboat, "The Macho Man" Randy Savage, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena, etc, have all graced these delicious treats. In 2009 Good Humor and WWE discontinued these amazing treats much to the dismay of many fans. Since they've been discontinued, the demand for these ice cream bars are higher than ever. Will We Ever See Them Again? Over the course of almost 10 years, WWE continues to tease the return of these treats. They've gone as far as to give the fans a recipe to make the ice cream bars themselves back in 2008. Most fans who tried it however, were unsuccessful. In 2011, former WWE Superstar Cm Punk, had a t-shirt featuring a WWE Ice Cream Bar on it. He claimed to have been "working on" getting the frozen treats back, but since then Punk has left the WWE and our hopes for WWE Ice Cream Bars seemed crushed. So the question remains, will we ever see them again? Merchandise Sales Each WWE Ice Cream bar, came in a box plastered with WWE Superstars all over the box. In most cases, the boxes came with a card on the side that you could punch out to keep.(I still have a few) Other times, the boxes came with cutouts of WWE Superstars that you could put on display anywhere. These ice cream bars originally sold for around $3-4, depending on where you picked them up at. With the high demand for these, WWE can easily make $4-5 off of just one ice cream bar, and they will sell fast. WWE's current roster features some of the biggest and best athletes to date. Superstars such as AJ Styles, Shinsuke Nakamura, John Cena, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Samoa Joe, and many more that they can easily place on the ice cream bars or even the boxes. It's been nearly 10 years since anyone has tasted the sweet taste of those WWE Ice Cream Bars and the money WWE would pull in from this would be amazing due to the high demand. If I'm not mistaken, these were only available in The U.S. With the amount of fans WWE has in this era, they can easily expand these treats on a global scale. What Can You Do To Help? By signing this petition, you not only help us relay this message to WWE, you bring thousands of fans, one step closer to WWE Ice Cream Bars. It's been nearly 10 years since anyone has had a WWE Ice Cream bar and this petition will let WWE know that we will not rest. We will not give up, until our voices are heard. You can also share this petition after you signed it to help get as many signatures as we can. You're help will not go unnoticed as you will be helping many of thousands of people get back something that Good Humor and WWE took away from us in 2009.
Petition to World Wrestling Entertainmment, Vince McMahon, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, Shane Mcmahon
Hire Dartallion Allen Jr WWE
Trying this avenue to be granted the opportunity to work for the WWE. I'm a comic book/concept artist out of Saint Louis Missouri who has had a dream of working for the WWE my whole life . I have been involved in pro wrestling for over 10 years and creating art professionally for 13 years now . I've designed belts for companies such as Glory Pro, Chikara Pro , dynamo pro and done countless design work for many wrestlers in the business. All I would like is an opportunity to do what I love .
Petition to USA Today, FOX News, Paul, WWE, Vincent Kennedy McMahon, Paul Michael Levesque
Bring back the PG-13 Attitude Era of WWE
Get WWE to scrap this PG Era and bring back the Attitude Era! All the fans want it and have been asking for it for a long time. This would help WWE for a number of reasons such as: It would be easier to compete with UFC The writing staff would have a lot more room for creativity There would be better development for chracters and the roster The ratings would be higher The match/ storylines won't be as predictable The older fans would be brough back Who doesn't want to wear a "Suplex City B*tch!" T-Shirt
Petition to Vince McMahon
Enshrine Tony Schiavone into the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame!!!
For over fifty years Tony Schiavone has had a love and passion for professional wrestling. It is time “The Voice of WCW” be given the recognition that he is long overdue. Whether it be behind the scenes or in front of the camera, Tony has given his adult (and most of his childhood) life to the sport he has loved and always hoped to be a part of. Nearly two generations later, his contributions to the business have enriched the companies he has worked for, but more importantly, he has entertained and delighted fans with his talent, wit, and stories that make them as relevant today as they were then. Fans around the world have asked for this for years. A small token of appreciation from the leader in sports entertainment for all he has given to the industry would mean so much to lifelong fans like myself. In addition, his activism with animal shelters that assist neglected and unwanted pets in the Southeastern United States reconfirm how good of a man he is. Make no mistake: Tony has not asked for this. We, the fans, are asking for it. With the likes of Gorilla Monsoon Jim Ross, Howard Finkel, and Mene Gene Okerlund already enshrined, we hope that Tony can join alongside these great announcers who have been recognized for their exemplary work. May this petition gain traction as proof that Tony Schiavone is both admired and respected among those in professional wrestling and their fans, and that his enshrinement in World Wrestling Entertainment’s Hall of Fame is long overdue.
Petition to WWE, Vincent K. McMahon, Stephanie McMahon, Paul Levesque, Tara Carraro, Mary Ellen Curran, General Contact
Induct Chyna into the WWE Hall of Fame
The purpose of this petition is to support an international grassroots campaign to see former WWE superstar Joanie "Chyna" Laurer inducted into WWE's prestigious Hall of Fame. Immediately upon her debut in February 1997, Chyna was dubbed the "Ninth Wonder of the World," a one-of-a-kind mix of villainess and fan favorite with an unmatched display of pure domination. Chyna's impressive physique and her naturally commanding presence allowed her the rare ability to go toe-to-toe with some of wrestling's most legendary male performers including Stone Cold, Kane, Mankind, Eddie Guerrero, and Chris Jericho. Up until that point, a female actively competing with men (and winning) was something the wrestling industry had never seen before. This was just one of many "firsts" Chyna accomplished for women superstars. In October 1999 at WWF's No Mercy, Chyna defeated Jeff Jarrett to win the Intercontinental Championship. That night she became a bonafide icon and went on to enjoy two more successful runs as Intercontinental Champion. In WWE's 35 year history, Chyna is still the only female to hold the Intercontinental Championship. Apart from that record-setting accomplishment, Chyna was also the first female to compete in the Royal Rumble match and qualify for the King of the Ring tournament. She is also the only female to ever be named the #1 contender for the biggest prize in sports entertainment: the WWE Heavyweight Championship. With a rich and detailed history facing men in the ring it's often overlooked that Chyna is WWE's only undefeated Women's Champion - having battled remarkable female performers like Ivory and Molly Holly and Hall of Famer's like Lita and Trish Stratus. We understand any criticism or hesitation to induct Joanie Laurer into the Hall of Fame. Despite this, we want WWE to know that the Chyna we remember is a woman who defined history, defied stereotypes and created a legacy that is as fresh and curious as the day she left in 2001. Sadly, I am updating this petition to account for the fact that Joanie "Chyna" Laurer passed away at her home in California in April 2016. Our goal now with this petition is for WWE to finally celebrate Chyna's triumphs and stand with us in full support and encouragement to add this trailblazing wonder into the WWE Hall of Fame. In late 2015, a kickstarter campaign was successfully funded to help shoot a documentary titled "The Reconstruction of Chyna," detailing Joanie's life and career; although she did not live to experience it, we would love to see this documentary include Chyna's induction into the Hall of Fame. Please sign this petition, tweet @WWE and @VinceMcMahon, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call WWE Headquarters directly at (203) 352-8600! We have waited 15 years+ to see this electrifying icon recognized and the time is now. Long live the 9th Wonder of the World. #Chyna #RIPChyna #ChynaHOF #TeamChyna
Petition to Vince McMahon, WWE, Paul Michael Levesque
Make Professional Wrestlers in all Companies Employees not Independent Contractors.
Wrestlers deserve better treatment then what they get, especially from World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). So many have died premature deaths and it's depressing. They have almost no off time and don't make as much money they deserve. In 2018, superstar John Cena only made $2,000,000 in 2017. He's the top figure in WWE. That is peanuts. Vince can stomp out the voice of his wrestlers since they don't have a union. If we, the fans can unify to bo Roman Reigns when WWE pushes him we can unite under the hashtag #WWEemployees. Let's make a change.
Petition to World Wrestling Entertainment
Bring WWE WrestleMania to Charlotte, NC
I start this petition because North Carolina host Starrcade, SummerSlam, Survivor Series and alot of PPVs for WWE and WCW the only thing we need is WrestleMania we are wrestling state we have a lot of wrestlers in the business right now who lives and born in NC (Vince McMahon, Linda McMahon, Ric Flair, The Hardy Boys, Charlotte, Cedric Alexandria, The Hurricane, AJ Styles and a lot more wrestlers and people in the business right now.) Bank of America Stadium is a prefect place to host WrestleMania if you agree sign the petition. Thank you for reading this. #BringWrestleManiaToCharlotte