Yes<br/> you heard correctly. As a matter of fact, the first time I was on TNT and I<br/> did the poem... I was in a suit of armor. ... Vince McMahon said, in the commercial he said, 'Lanny<br/> that was great, I want you to do that before every match, I want you to do a<br/> poem.' I thought to myself, well okay, that's a little tough on a babyface...<br/> so I thought to myself, Al Costello used to throw those boomerangs (with The<br/> Fabulous Kangaroos) ... and I know that, my brother and I used to gouge each<br/> other's eyes trying to get those things, you know? Whenever you get free<br/> stuff... so I started out throwing these little rolled-up scrolls but they<br/> weren't really flying. So I said, I've gotta throw a frisbee. So I bought 500<br/> frisbees and I wrote a poem on them. And then the marketing people from World<br/> Wrestling Federation said, 'Do you mind if we market these?' Do I mind if you<br/> market these? I said I was dying to get my feet wet in that. So they sold them<br/> at $3 apiece, they sold several hundred thousand of them. And the reason they<br/> sold so many is because I was the only wrestler, win, lose or draw, that<br/> would, after the match was over, go to the venues, meet the people, be nice to<br/> the people, whether they bought frisbees or not.