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The latest PWTorch.com monthly unboxing video for ProWrestlingCrate.com features an unboxing of their October 2016 crate with the theme “Sweet Home Chicago. This is the first crate from PWCrate since it was sold to Pro Wrestling Tees.
There are several changes in store for PWCrate subscribers under the ownership of Pro Wrestling Tees. The first change is that there are three new options for subscribers. With the Original crate, you get one t-shirt. Another new option is the Tag Team box, which comes with two t-shirts. The third option is the Triple Threat, which comes with three t-shirts. These boxes will all come with a signed 8×10 from a wrestling legend or indie wrestler. They will also include other items such as DVDs, art prints, buttons, pins, stickers, and more. Depending on the length of your subscription, you can purchase these boxes for as low $14.95-$34.95 depending on which crate you choose plus shipping. Keep in mind that if you get the Tag Team or Triple Threat crate, only the first shirt is tied into the monthly theme.
There is also a Cheap Heat box for $9.99 that includes an autographed 8×10 from a legend or indie wrestler and two of the collectibles from the regular boxes.
The first PWCrate from ProWrestlingTees.com was a total home run in my eyes. I really enjoyed the designs of all three t-shirts in the Triple Threat Crate. The Hardy Family and Colt Cabana shirts were outstanding. I liked the Road Warriors shirt as well, but as you will see in the pictures and the unboxing video, the Cabana and Hardy Shirt family both had killer designs.
The extra items in the box were fantastic as well. I really thought it was cool that PWCrate was able to join forces with Freelance Wrestling based out of Chicago a “best of” style DVD.
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. The other items included in the box were fun as well, but I really liked the Rosemont Horizon key chain/bottle opener/LED light. Bobby Heenan was also a great choice to include as the signed photo of the month.
And now to the unboxing video!
There are several pro wrestling mystery boxes on the market now. PWCrate put out three of the best t-shirts I’ve seen from any monthly wrestling crate service outside of the shirts from Masked Republic included in Lucha Loot. I can say that based on the first PWCrate under Pro Wrestling Tees ownership that pro wrestling fans are going to love this service.
You can purchase a subscription to PWCrate by visiting ProWrestlingCrate.com. You can also follow them at Twitter.com/PWCrate. Act fast, as the deadline to order each month is the 15th. The next crate will feature a “Wrestlers WithThe Same Name” theme according to the teaser on the website.
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