Heidenreich & Animal, LOD sign

Well this sign is from my "facepainting"-days, its quite obvious considering what you see. Its from when Heidenreich teamed up with Animal to form the new Legion of Doom. Its not one of my best signs, the face painted ones seldom are, but its still OK since I got to cover up the faces with paint. It hides the fact that I am not very good with faces. We did meet both Animal and Heidenreich and got a nice photo taken with them and my kids and a nice little chat as well before they were going out to dinner. Not much more to say about this one so here goes, but then again, if anybody has anything to say, about this sign or any other signs, I would deeply appreciate any comments you could give.

John Cena sign

This sign did not come out as well as I wanted to since I completely f-up the snipersight which is supposed to be round! There is something about round shapes that I just cant hack! Anyway, the idea of the sign is not to bad, its original, I do not think I have ever seen "Fas-CENA-ting" on any other signs, at least not when I drew this sign which was some time ago, and the whole theme is fairly catchy. So if it was not for the round shapes it would have been good. We have never spoken to Cena, we were in the same hotel-lobby as him in the beginning of his career but since he was busy talking to other wrestlers we never went up to speak to him. I might make a new one if we know he will be coming to any of the shows we go to but I will be sure to work on round bits a bit more!

The Great Khali sign

This sign we made just before going to Barcelona this year and my son helped to fill in the colours at the hotel we stayed in at Arlanda airport the night before we left for Barcelona. So you could say its a last minute job. Beeing a giant (well close to!) we thought that the "Towering Inferno" (idea stolen from the old movie starring Steve McQueen of course) would be suitable for a sign and then adding Khalis silhouette as a final touch. Not to shabby, at least thats what we think! We do not know what Khali thinks thou. We did meet him at the Barcelona airport and the man was really huge but we never communicated with him, or rather, he never communicated with us. He was standing a mere few feets away from us so I took one step forward and asked him politely if I could take a photo of him and my son but he did not answer. As I was uncertain that if he really heard me, I got no reaction what so ever, I asked politely again, - Excuse me Mr Khali, would it be possible if I could take a photo of you and my son, we are really big wrestling fans? He turned his head and looked at me and the turned it again and kept ignoring me. I felt it was a good time to stop asking so I just took a quick step back. It would have been nice with a, -No thank you, but its OK with us anyway. We now they have a tight schedule and you cant always be on the top every day. We will keep the sign thou, one never knows, we might use it again.

Rowdy Roddy Piper sign

This was a "one-time"-sign since Rowdy Roddy Piper is not a fulltime member of the WWE-roster. However he is a wrestling icon so when we learned that he was coming with the Smackdown-roster to Helsinki we just had to create a sign. Its a large sign and it actually took "forever" to make. Firts it was hard to figure out what to write but after sometime, me and my son discussing, we thought it would be fun if it somehow pointed out the fact that Piper was coming to Finland. So we started out with F-antastic, I-con, N-o! Lets do Helsinki instead. I tried to use the same fonts as used on the Piper T-shirts and the sign did not come out half bad, in fact it was quite good! And yes, we know he is not scottish!

We met Piper at the hotel but one could say that he was a bit to intoxicated to really appreciate the sign so we kept it in the bag. However he was extremly pleasant and nice and we talked to him a few times and the kids also got autographs and a very nice photo with him. Roddy Piper and his new tagteam-mates as he said himself. Anyway, check the sign out below.


Carlito wrestling sign

This is one of my signs that have never been anywhere and never will be either! I drew this one in hope of us getting to see Carlito at an event but whenever we have been to one he has either been injured, off the roster for the tour or just changed brands. Now it seem that Carlito will be leaving the WWE so we will just have to store it with all the other unusable signs. Anyway, this one I was happy with, kind of funny and it stands out in a crowd. The hair took forever to draw!

Batista wrestling signs

Once again I tried to draw a face and once again I failed. I have no idea how I managed to give Batista those lips (he might have been thinking of Melina, or maybe I was!) and the eyes just look crazy instead of the intimidating look I was after. Mind you, I am happy with the Superman-logo and the simple text "Superman" since that is the way Batista is portrayed when wrestling. Batista is one of the nice guys, not only in the ring but outside as well. When we met him he was still in the "Evolution"-stable and therefore a bad guy but he did take time to talk to us and pose for a photo. Out of character the man was charming.

I also made the sign below for Batista. Its quite a common sign and you see variations of it on every WWE-show but I still think this one came out pretty well.

Randy Orton wrestling sign

We have of course made a sign for the Legend Killer, Randy Orton. Sadly enough I made it during the period when I tried to draw the wrestlers faces and as you can see below I once again utterly failed. The idea for the sign is good, the background with the large RKO-letters in red and the text "Randy Orton, a legend on his own" I am happy with. I am even happy with the posture of Randy but the drawing of the face sucks! It does not do Randy justice anywhere! Randy however does not suck. We have met the man twice and he has been nothing but great to us on both occasions. The last time we met him we sat in a hotel-lobby full with wrestlers but since JBL had sort of snubbed my daughter off we decided we should just sit there and not try to disturb any of the stars. As we were sitting there Randy left his luggage, came up to us and asked how we were, gave the kids autographs and posed for a great photo. A little chitt-chatting and the two-three minutes that Randy gave away by free will to us meant a lot to the kids, and me! So it does not matter if Randy portrays the bad guy or not when he is wrestling, we still cheer for him and I will be sure to make a good sign the next time we see a show with him.


Shawn Michaels, HBK wrestling sign

This sign is one of my personal favorites, the photo isn´t because it does not do the sign justice. The actual design I stole from a Wrestlemania logo and its one of the best looking signs I have ever made. I have no idea why I cant get the photo right because it does not show the Shawn Michaels part from the right angle. You will just have to take my word for it. The message on the sign is simple thou, HBKs number one. Shawn has never seen this sign, story of our lifes, but we have met him and he is a very professional and nice person. He took time for autographs, a chat and a photo even thou he was on his way to the show. It was like it was no discussion, you are fans, of course there is time for you. We like Shawn, a lot, and hope to wave this sign at a show in the near future but I guess we have to go to a show in the States then since he does not go abroad so often anymore.

Nick Patrick wrestling sign

We dont just do signs for the wrestlers, we have even done a few for the referees as well. This one we made for Nick Patrick. I can honestly say that we do not know if he is still employed with the WWE now since we have not seen him for a long time. Anyway, after Nick waved to me and my son and gave the thumbs up after we photographed him when he was alone in the ring at a show, we decided to make a sign to have at the next show we saw him. We dont think he ever saw it when we had it with us the following year but we did wave with it frantically. The design is of course stolen from the "Lords of the Ring"-trilogy and it came out pretty nice

Mr Kennedy wrestling signs

These signs were made in the beginning of time, or rather when Mr Kennedy was Mr Ken Kennedy and used a regular microphone. Nowadays he has dropped the Ken-part and an old type of microphone drops down from the ceiling so I dont know if we will ever use them. I guess I could make an extension on the Ken-part but then again we just might makle completely new ones instead, if we ever decide to flag Kennedy-signs.

We met Mr Kennedy briefly in Finland in 2005, we did have the signs with us but we never got to show them. When my son, who was 12 years at the time, asked Mr Kennedy for an autograph in the hotel-lobby, Mr Kennedy replied, -Sorry, I dont have the time, and went into the bar again and had another beer. I guess they do need the little sparetime they get. We did bump into Mr Kennedy a few times more in the hotel but we decided not to ask again since we never have had any intention of disturbing any of the wrestlers. We do understand that they live a hectic life so a plain no is OK with us. The second Mr Kennedy-sign below came out a little better than the first one, at least I think so. Once again the problemarea is the face, or rather me drawing faces. This one is OK but the face came out a bit to "smiley" and thats not really Mr Kennedys expression.


Chris Masters, The Masterpiece-sign

This sign was also prepared before we wnet to Barcelona to see Smackdown. When I was planning a sig for The Masterpiece I originally wanted to try to copy the Mona Lisa and put Chris Masters face there instead of hers. Concidering how bad I am at drawing faces I eventually changed my mind and made this one instead. The fonts I copied from the movie Masters of the Universe and I just changed the text to match Chris Masters. Its not to bad and the body came out really good even thou I failed yet again with a facedrawing.

Chris Masters never showed up in Barcelona, he was serving a suspension at the WWE for drug-violations so the sign stayed in the suitcase. It will now stay in the closet since Chris Masters has been released by the WWE and since Chris Masters is a trademark name for the WWE he wont be able to use it when he hits the independent wrestlingcirkus. Thats the faith of many of my signs, as soon as I make them people get fired or even worse, die! I will have to be more careful in the future.

Finlay-wrestling sign

This one I made just before we were going to Barcelona. We had never seen Finlay live before but actually met him in Turkuu Finland when he was working as a road agent/trainer for the WWE. Since he is a fantastic wrestler and storyteller we wanted a sign that said just that. Playing with one of the greats of the WWEs name, Triple H, we changed it to Triple F and added some profanity (that always seems to work!). I used the colours from the Irish flag and there we were, Triple F, Finlay, F-ing Fantastic! We think its a good sign but due to the absolute chaos at the Barcelona-event we never got to show it properly. We will keep it till the next time instead.

Eddie Guerrero-sign

This is an altered sign. When I started out making this sign Eddie Guerrero was still alive and we were just about to go and see Smackdown in Helsinki Finland. One week prior to the event Eddie had heartfailure and died in his hotel. Needless to say we were all shocked and we were not really sure if we were going or not to the event. Eventually we made up our minds but before we left we changed the Eddie-sign a bit. Originally it read We love Eddie but we changed that to Sweden loves Eddie and also added Thank´s for the memories and the R.I.P-bit plus a black ribbon on the top right of this large sign. I dont think anyone from the WWE ever saw this sign but we were at least happy with this small celebration of a great entertainer. My son and I once met Eddie in Turku Finland and he was ever so nice to us, really taking time to speak with us and especially my son. At the show my son bought a Eddie T-shirt that he put on straight away just because of that. Back at the hotel when we were having our late dinner the wrestlers came back from the show and Eddie once again took time and came up by his free will to our table, patted on my sons chest and complimented him for his good taste. He was just ten at the time but he still remembers it like it was yesterday.

A close up on the "artwork" of Eddies face and for once I can say that I actually succeded with a portrait. That was a first, and a last!


Ric Flair wrestling signs

If there is one person in the world that personifies wrestling its Ric Flair. I guess a lot of people would say Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin or even the Rock, but for me the choice is crystal clear, The Nature Boy Ric Flair!

We have met Ric Flair once and for me as a wrestling fan that was like meeting Elvis Presley or someone equally famous. Ric was very nice and we got a lovely picture of him and my kids when he was sitting at a bar (surprise surprise!). We also got the best damn autographed promo we have ever seen and a memory for life, thanks so much for that.

At the time we met Ric we did not have the signs with us, in fact, we had not made any good ones. After the meeting I did want to do something extra, something unique so I put a lot of thought into it before I sat down and started drawing. The first one came out like this,

and as you can see its not finished. I basically copied a picture from one of the Survivor Series Dvds and I did not do a very good job with it. Working on the the text I slowly figured that out and I also realised that the text was boring and not a sign that stands out. So I gave it all up, scrapped the project and went back to the old drawing board, as the saying goes! Here I started to think of what I could do that would be original but still point out the greatness of Ric Flair and I finally came up with it. Since Ric is fantastic the slogan became "FANTASRIC FLAIRTASTIC" which I feel is something new, I have never seen it on other signs, but still it is a sign pointing out whats important about The Nature Boy. No picture, since I basically suck at that, but a WWE-logo as a background and adding The Nature Boy and the sign was ready. I dont know about you readers but this is one of my favorite signs. Its original, its well done and it says it all. I hope we get to show it for The Man one of these days.

The Highlanders wrestling sign

We have never seen the Highlanders live but since I am originally from Scotland we thought that we should be prepared. At one time there were rumours that they were moving the tagteam from RAW to Smackdown so we were kind of hoping to use this sign in Barcelona. Never the less, if they are still with the WWE the next time we go we will bring it then.

What I did here was draw the scottish flag as a background and then I got the idea for the text from looking at one of my many whisky bottles. The Highlanders beeing a tagteam, well, thats truly a double, I would not have it any other way! It took some time to draw this one, especially the tartan in the text which is quite hard to see on the picture. Mind you, after a few doubles I always have problems to see!


Booker T, King Booker + Sharmell sign

Just recently Booker T, or King Booker as he has been calling himself lately, left the WWE. What he and his wife Sharmell, who also was an employee at the WWE, will be doing in the future is at this moment unknown. Anyway, I have made two signs for Booker and one for his wife.

The first sign we brought along to Helsinki Finland the last time WWE were there. After the show we went back to the hotel and sat in the lobbybar. As Booker T whizzed in we frantically dug in our bag and got the sign up. Booker had then already gone into the elevator but as the elevators were made of glass he could see out. When the elevator started moving up he saw our sign held the thumb up and waved to us. We met Booker briefly the next morning, we did not have the sign out then but he stopped and signed autographs before he rushed in to the bus that was leaving for the airport. Its a big sign and I quite like the solution I came up with for his catchprase "5 time WCW-champion", the hand that shows five fingers and the text.

The second sign was made for Bookers wife Sharmell and is basically the same as the first sign. I just re-used the catchprase/hand but changed it to "5 star, 5 star diva". Not one of my masterpieces but it serves its purpose.

The last sign I made when Booker T changed his gimmick to King Booker. I meant to bring it along to Barcelona but since Booker changed brands from Smackdown to RAW it remained at home, where it probably will be staying for a long time. Here I like the crown as the background and the fonts from one of the Royal Rumble-logos which I changed to "Royal Humble" instead. The "Royal Humble" is also written with a silverpen that shines which is quite a good effect at a dark wrestling-event.

Rob Van Dam, RVD sign

We have never seen Rob Van Dam live, which is a pity. As of know when Rob is not wrestling we dont know if we will ever get to use this sign that I made but we are hoping for a comeback so we will keep it.

I got the idea for the sign from one of my sons RVD T-shirts. It has a skeleton of a dragon on it and its one of his cooler shirts. I thought that I would just try to copy the dragon and add a little text and then I would have a cool sign! It looks better in real and you see the detailing on the sign much better and I am quite proud of it. Someway its much easier to do drawings in black & white, when I add colours I generally f thing up! Its a large sign and I hope we get to use it one of this days because it did take some time to get it perfect!

John "Nitro" Morrison sign

One of the problems with making signs is the change of characters that wrestlers often have. One day you make a good sign but its hopelessly outdated the next day! This sign I made for Johnny Nitro, and Melina who used to be his valet. As we all know Nitro is not Nitro anymore, he is John Morrison, hinting on his likeness with the late great singer from the Doors and him and Melina are not even on the same show anymore. I will just have to make a new one for him but in the meantime, here is the Nitro sign.
The only thought here was to copy the logo from the WCW Nitro show and thats exactly what I have done. I have just changed the text but all in all its the same as the WCW-logo. I was really pleased with this one but I never got to use it. We have stood just a few feet away from John and Melina but it was early morning and they were rushing out to the bus from the hotel-lobby so we never got a chance to show it. Anyway, here it is, a large sign that will have to stay forever in my storageroom because I cant see him going back to his old gimmick:


Matt Hardy wrestling signs

Matt Hardy is one of our favorite wrestlers, if not the favorite, and we have had the fortunate luck to see him perform live four times. Needless to say a few signs have been made. The first one seen below was made at the time Matt Hardy just had been rehired by the WWE after the "Edge-Lita-Matt"-controversy. I can honestly not say why I had to draw Matts face because I am not very good att drawing faces as you can see (and will see again on other signs). Its a big sign and the thought is good, the text came out nice but overall it stinks a bit. After looking at it I decided to make a new one around that time (Edge etc) and that came out better. Its the one at the very bottom of this blog.

The next sign is our The next Heavyweight-Champion of the World-sign and that was made in support for Matt Hardys intentions to go to the next level of superstardoom. Its also a large sign and it took days to make with all the doodling on the belt (which does not show to well on the photo). We brought it along to Barcelona and had it up but Matt never saw it, but some of the spanish crowd that we met were impressed and even asked to have their photograps taken with it. Needless to say we let them! We later met Matt at the airport but this sign was in the suitcase so we will just have to bring it along to the next event we go to and see if we cant get him to notice it there because we do think its a good one.

The F#ck Edge-sign, made as the classic Stone Cold F#ck fear-logo with the writing Loyal MH-fans in the fonts used in Matts logo, I made after seeing how terrible the Matt Face-sign came out. Its a rather small sign, one of the smallest I have made, but still one of our favorites. It was made to show support for Matt in the Edge-story and its not that we hate Edge, we just like Matt! And Matt liked the sign which felt very rewarding! When we met him in Finland he got to see it.

Below you can see me, holding the sign with a ultra-cool Matt Hardy beside me pointing on the sign that he really did enjoy. We have met Matt Hardy three times and he has always been great to us every time. We know that we sometimes might be in the way or that we take up time that the superstars might want to do other things but Matt has never made us feel that way. He is always the prince of cool who really seems to appreciate his fans and we thank him for that.


CM Punk sign

This is kind of a last minute job. We do like CM Punk but we have never had any reason to make a Punk-sign since he has never been on the roster of the events we have been to. Finding out that the Smackdown-event in Barcelona was going to be a Smackdown/ECW-show I quickly threw myself on to the drawing board. No time for thinking so I just grabbed a Pepsi-bottle and tried to copy the logo. It came out well and I am particulary proud of the "shine" that is around the logo (it looks much better in real, mainly because I used a light-blue glitter pen). We brought the sign to Barcelona, qued up for the event with our tickets where it read Smackdown/ECW and lord and behold, there was not an ECW-wrestler in sight! We will just have to keep this sign but if we will be going to an event where CM Punk is going to perform, I will try to make a more original one.


Vincent Kennedy McMahon sign

This sign does not have any history since we have not met Vince or seen him live. We have only been to House-shows and it seems that the chairman of the board seldom or never attends them. Pity that because it would be rather cool to see Vince perform. Anyway, the actual sign is, as all wrestling fans can see, taken straight from one of the storylines Vince has been involved in. I have often wondered why the WWE never printed a McMahon T-shirt where it read Join the Club on the front of the shirt and Kiss my ass! on the back. I sure it would have sold a lot at the time of the storyline, I know I would have bought one! I am quite happy with the way the sign came out, the message is good and the picture that I drew of Vince is actually quite lifelike, something you cant say about some other signs that I have drawn and that you will see later in the blog. We are keeping the sign in hope that we will go to the US and see a PPV live one of these days and actually get to see the man himself in person. Tonight´s the night for No Mercy 2007, that would have been a great place to display this sign.


Chavo Guerrero sign

Another of our signs that has not been seen by any wrestlers and the explenation for that is that Chavo was not on the tour at the event we were going to. The thought with this sign is to emphasize Chavos relation with Eddy Guerrero who passed away. Eddy who was known as Latino Heat was the more shining superstar so I wanted to point out that we still have Chavo and he keeps the heat up in the arenas as well. Maybe not one of my masterworks but the flames do look better than they do on my photo. Chavo was one of the first wrestlers me and my son met, at that time we did not have any signs, and he was an extremly nice and humble person, nothing like the loudmouth Chavo that is a part of his gimmick. It would be nice to see Chavo getting a real break in the WWE and a push up because we think he deserves it. Not only for his in-ring skills and acting but also for the way he treated us when we met him


The Undertaker sign

Another sign and this time its the Undertaker who is on it. This sign was made by me just before the WWE came to Finland a couple of years ago. The sign was not seen by anybody since we were sitting in quite lousy seats so we never bothered to take our signs out. It is a quite large sign (thou it does not look like it on this picture) and it is actually not to shabby in real life. I am particulary satisfied with the text which came out well when I chose to do it in gothic style. Dead, but more alive than ever was also very fitting and I think I caught some of his persona in the picture. We never got to show the sign for the Undertaker which was a shame but we did meet him at the hotel after the show and both kids got really nice signed pictures from him. We have met the man himself twice, the first time he was doing his "American Bad-Ass gimmick" and the second time he was back as "the Dead Man". Both times he has written autographs and said a few words to us. A true professional and a nice man, even thou he is a bit scary in real life as well!


JBL, John Bradshaw Layfield-signs

Here are two more signs that I have made and these were made for JBL, John Bradshaw Layfield. We had the signs with us to one of the shows we attented in Helsinki Finland but since we had lousy seats they were not seen by the WWE-wrestlers. We did thou get some positive feedback from the other wrestlingfans we met at the arena (even thou a few of them wondered how we could support a heel). For the first sign I used JBLs catchphrase and the chanting he always started when he held one of his monologues. Very few people reach the heights of JBL on the microphone and it is no wonder that he now works as an announcer on Smackdown since his injuries keep him from wrestling in the ring. I am quite happy with the way the We bow to the wrestling God -sign came out.

My second JBL-sign is also from his character when he wrestled. He used to portray himself as an american hero and thinking of the logo from the Great American Bash I got the idea for the sign straight away. It took some time to get everything straight and the stars were really difficult to make but all in all it also turned out well.

As I wrote earlier JBL has never seen the signs but we have met him in person, partly. The first time it was just me who met him on the streets of Helsinki the first time WWE were in Finland. JBL was not a part of the show but was on a world wide tour with one of the Divas promoting the WWE. At that time he was still Bradshaw and that can be seen on the photo he let me take of him on a snowy Helsinki-street (photo can be found in our wrestlingblog, see address in the the first post, Torrie Wilson). The second time was when my nine year old daughter asked for an autograph at the hotel they were staying. JBL just smiled and walked on by. We dont blame him to much for that thou, Eddy Guerrero had just passed away a week before and most of the wrestlers we saw that time were still quite upset, we fully understand if their thoughts were elsewhere. We do hope that we will get to meet JBL one of these days because he is really entertaining and a big part of making Smackdown a show you want to watch, his comments are just hilarious.



This is our Kane, the Big Red Machine-sign and what I did here was to use one the logos from a Wrestlemania-event as the base for the sign. It measures 64 x 46 centimeters so it is quite large and it took some time to create. By the way, if you wonder what the grey round things are in the corners of all the signs its just weights that keep the signs straight. I keep them rolled up so that was the only way to get decent photos of them. Back to Kane, this sign was noticed by him in Barcelona but as always my photographs of that are just plain awful. I will either have to learn how to take photographs or by a new camera! Still, I am really happy with the sign and it really looks better in real than on the photo (I took the this photo so you count out the rest). Anyway, we have met Kane twice, one of the meetings is published on the swedish blog and the last meeting from Barcelona will be published soon with photos (at least I can take decent photos of objects that are standing still and posing). Kane is also a very nice person who has taken time to pose with my kids for photos and chat with us. Its persons like him that makes us want to continue going to the live-events. It was a real treat, both the times we met him.

Rey Mysterio-sign

The second sign featured in this new blog is our Nobody does it like Rey Mysterio-sign. The thought here is more of the picture than the text. I wanted to to draw something that resembled Rey and that stood out a bit from other 619-signs. This particular sign was noticed by Rey Mysterio in Barcelona september 2007. He stopped and pointed at it, gave the thumbs up and winked at my son who held it up. I was standing on a chair trying to photograph the moment but since I am a lousy photographer the photos did not turn out well at all. We have had the pleasure of meeting Rey twice in person, both times in Finland when we were staying at the same hotel, no photos were taken but we do have autographs and photos from the show on our swedish blog (see the first post in this blog). Rey Mysterio is a true professional who has taken time to chat with us, especially the kids.

Torrie Wilson-sign

Welcome to this new blog that will feature different wrestling signs designed by me, and I have designed a lot! It all started approximately five years ago when the WWE desided to have their first House-show in the northern hemisphere, namely Scandinavia and to pin-point it, Finland. I live in Sweden but I have been a wrestling-fan since I was a kid growing up in Scotland. Moving to Sweden, where wrestling at that time just did not exist, was a bit of a culture shock so I guess I held on to this somewhat strange and sometimes childish interest just because it was something that only I new about and could keep as my own. Now I am grown up, in most ways, I have my own kids and I have passed my interest for this strange sport over to my kids. Going to live-events with kids means that you have to produce signs and according to my kids, they have to be good! I have discovered that it has been a good way of spending quality time with the kids, you sit and chat whilst creating the signs and in general you have a good time. The kids have not done any of the signs, they have been busy with other artwork, scrapbooking, homework etc but you get to speak to them and you get them away from the computers. And, I should mention this as well, I really enjoy making the signs myself.

We have been to five live-events, the four first in Finland and the last one me and my son saw in Barcelona, Spain. Whilst in Spain and at the the show in the Badalona Basketball Arena we had great seats and some great signs as well. The show was sold out and the crowd was extatic so keeping order of the signs was impossible. We chose a few that we did think stood out and hoped for the best. Luckily enough we were noticed by some of the wrestlers, Rey Mysterio, Kane and Torrie Wilson. Our Torrie-sign was also photographed by one of the WWE-photographers and the picture was featured on the http://www.wwe.com/. Here below you can see the picture with my son holding the sign and me to the right of him.

Coming back to Sweden we had a few requests to show all our signs so that is basically what I will do here. I will probably try to to publish pictures of 1-2 signs per week and also give a little background information about the sign and/or the wrestler featured on the sign. We would be more than happy if you took the time to leave comments and if you have any ideas for new signs, just write it down and there is a chance that I will make one since I do still make a couple a month. Some of the signs are good, some are maybe not, some are just text and some are drawn by me. Since the signmaking has been going on for a few years now some of the wrestlers featured on the signs are still competing today, some have retired, some have changed gimmicks since the signs were made and some have even left this earth. All of the signs are 64 x 46 centimeters except a few that are a bit smaller (the Torrie Wilson-sign is 46 x 22). We have also met quite a few of the wrestling Superstars that I do signs about in person. If anyone is interested you can always go to http://macgregor.webblogg.se/wrestling to see photos from the actual meetings and also from the events we have attented. For your info the blog is in swedish and I have yet to write and publish photos about are last meetings in Spain.

So the first sign up is of course the Torrie Wilson We flew in in from Sweden just to see Torrie Wilson-sign. The idea with this one, except for celebrating Torrie of course, is to make a bold statement. I mean, if you have actually flown in from Sweden to Spain "just" to see one of the persons in the WWE you should be noticed. And so we were! We also had the pleasure of meeting Ms Wilson at the airport and she was a charming and very friendly person and we thank her for taking the time to chat with us. A photo of her and my son will be posted on our blog (mentioned above) with text in swedish in the near future.