The Pro Wrestling Roundtable Episode 55 – Figures Toy Company

Pro Wrestling Roundtable Ep 55

John & Richard have a special guest for all you Pro Wrestling Roundtable Podcast fans. In continuing our wrestling action figure toy talk we are joined by the Chief Marketing Officer for Figures Toy Company Chris DePetrillo! He gives us his history with the company and how wrestling figures became one of the lines of the toy company. You may know their figures including the very popular Batman TV Show line and their brand new Ring Of Honor figures. Chris talks about the process on the making of the figures and just how involved are the wrestlers? Find this out and much more on this episode! You can find Chris on Twitter @zackmalibu as well!

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