When CM Punk dropped the infamous pipe bomb promo, he had a lot of insider things that he talked about. One of the most popular was wanting the WWE ice cream bars to return.
Nine years later, Good Humor is doing just that as they will add the WWE ice cream bars to their website.
However, the Good Humor WWE ice cream bars are not the same ones from the past, as these are simply cookie sandwiches with ice cream in the middle.
Good Humor reached out to Monsters & Critics with some great information about the new product.
The Good Humor WWE Superstars Cookie Sandwich is a modern twist on the classic Good Humor ice cream bars. The sandwich includes a creamy vanilla base packed between two vanilla wafers – and features one of four favorite WWE Superstars to start: John Cena, Becky Lynch, Roman Reigns, and “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
This isn’t the first snack rodeo for Randy Savage, as the Macho Man is almost as famous for snapping into a Slim Jim as he was winning world titles in WWE.
There will be four WWE Superstars Cookie Sandwiches in each box and they will sell for a retail price of $3.00-5.29 starting in April 2020 in major retailers and ice cream trucks nationwide.
“We love the joy and fandom that our tasty WWE treats have inspired over the years! Good Humor is looking forward to sharing more with fans at WWE WrestleMania 36 this April.”
When you visit the Good Humor WWE ice cream bars webpage, there is a place to put in your zip code to find a store near you selling them. When they officially go on sale, use this to find where you can purchase the ice cream.
The original WWE ice cream bars were actually ice cream bars on a stick. The wrestlers on the old ice cream bars included the Hulkster (Hulk Hogan), Hillbilly (Jim), Strike Force (Tito Santana and Rick Martel), Bobby Heenan, Koko B. Ware, Andre, and more.
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