I've finally beaten WWE.com to the punch. Oh, they might have beaten me when it came to lauding the old SmackDown set, or talking about how neat the winged eagle belt was, or wonder what Glacier's doing now, but I've finally landed a meaty haymaker to the jaw. Take that, Joey Styles! Let's talk t-shirts. People seem to talk about t-shirts every day on here. Cena's sold this many t-shirts, Punk's sold that many; Morrison's t-shirt doesn't make any sense, Jericho's shirt is the ugliest thing I've ever seen. Wrestling t-shirts are more than shirts - they're ideas, damn it! You know, how flags are ideas, and not just flags. For some reason. Put on a "I Love Poontang" shirt and you too can be a muscular millionaire actor, just like The Rock. Besides, if you're watching a wrestling match in the last two decades and want to know what's particularly hot at that time or place, you need only look at the audience and see what t-shirts they're wearing. The New World Order The nWo didn't always wear nWo t-shirts. I mean, they mostly did, but during the early days, before the name really stuck, they were just three blokes spray-painting "NWO" on the side of trucks and having Eric Bischoff audibly shit his pants. Of course, the shirt outsold hot cakes at the time. You still see the shirt at wrestling shows to this day, and you can still buy it off eBay and WWEShop.com. The nWo were cool heels, and they had a cool t-shirt to prove it. Then you consider the amount of times it's been imitated or spoofed. It's probably the most copied wrestling t-shirt ever; the Wolfpack, the lWo, the bWo. Shit, Randy Orton had two different rKo shirts! The only reason ***** like me write it "nWo" is because of the t-shirt. Austin 3:16 Incredibly unimaginative. Incredibly unimaginative. "You sit there and you thump your bible, and you say your prayers, and it didn't get you anywhere! Talk about your psalms, talk about John 3:16. Austin 3:16 says I just whipped your ass!" Bam - put Austin 3:16 on a t-shirt. It wasn't even a cool design; it wasn't all grungy and eroded like the nWo shirt - just white text on a black background. It didn't harm it though. Austin 3:16 was on shirts, on signs, and probably on lunchboxes. If they didn't put it on a lunchbox, they missed an opportunity. Unlike the nWo shirt, there's only one imitation really worth mentioning: "Owen 3:16 says I just broke your neck!" That's taking the piss a bit, isn't it? That should get the ball rolling. Feel free to: Discuss the most popular t-shirts. Discuss your personal favourite t-shirts. Discuss the worst t-shirts. Snort derisively, mutter something about me being a cunt and be on your merry way.