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By Sean Radican, PWTorch columnist
The latest PWTorch.com monthly unboxing video for ProWrestlingCrate.com features an unboxing of the August 2016 crate. This month, Pro Wrestling Crate went with the “Finishers” theme. Pro Wrestling Crate was founded by Jake & Derek from the limited edition wrestling t-shirt site TopRopeTuesday.com and current WWE Raw GM Mick Foley.
The aim for each crate from PWCrate is to have a pro wrestling personality curate the crate, but they’ve been doing themed boxes lately. Each crate comes with a shirt, collectibles, and merchandise that you won’t find anywhere else unless you subscribe to the monthly service.
This is the tenth box from PWCrate. I was getting concerned that they were burning through Foley related items, so I was happy to see them go with the “Finishers” theme this month. I was impressed with this box. The sports-themed items really impressed me.
The t-shirt had an Indianapolis Colts football tie-in with the 450 finisher. I also enjoyed the Boston Crabs foam finger that was done in Red Sox colors. I’ll always enjoy items that tie sports and wrestling together.
Each crate costs $29.95, which includes shipping. If you commit to longer than a monthly subscription, you can get a significant discount on each crate. It bottoms out at $14.95 per crate with a long-term subscription. One cool thing about Pro Wrestling Crate’s service is there are no additional charges for customers that need a shirt 2XL and above.
As you will see in the unboxing video, Pro Wrestling Crate has by far the most professional looking box I’ve seen for a wrestling-themed subscription box. Each box is sealed with a sticker featuring the logo of the curator or the theme.
And now to the unboxing video!
There are several pro wrestling mystery boxes on the market now. Depending on what you’re looking for if you want to subscribe to a mystery box, Pro Wrestling Crate will be very appealing depending on the theme or curator for a given month.
PWCrate is on a roll in 2016 in terms of putting out a quality box month after month. I enjoyed the “Finishers” theme this month and with so many different themes and wrestling personalities that they could capitalize on in the future, things look bright for PWCrate going forward.
You can purchase a subscription to PWCrate by visiting ProWrestlingCrate.com. You can also follow them on Twitter @PWCrate. Act fast, as the deadline to order each monthly crate falls on the 15th. The next crate will feature a “Foreign Objects” theme according to the teaser on the website.
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