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The latest PWTorch.com monthly unboxing video for ProWrestlingCrate.com features an unboxing of their November 2016 crate with the theme “Wrestlers With the Same Name.”
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 Triple Threat crate is the way to go in my opinion if you’re going to subscribe to PWCrate. The shirts that are included in the box have fantastic designs and are really comfortable. These shirts are going to force other crate services to step up their game when it comes to t-shirts.
The Young Bucks Terminator style shirt was my favorite design this month, but the Jake Roberts and Johnny Gargano shirts were fantastic as well. These shirts won’t be sold on the pro wrestling tees website, so if you like what you see in this unboxing video, you might want to consider signing up for the service so you don’t miss out on some great shirts designs. The Young Bucks have TONS of shirts up on Pro Wrestling Tees, but their Terminator shirt might be the best.
I like that PWCrate has partnered with Highspots to give fans a DVD this month. I hope this partnership continues down the line, as Highspots has access to a ton of indie wrestling footage that would make for great DVD compilations for this service.
Other extra items this month included a cool Mick Foley Christmas-themed holiday hat and a Johnny Mundo signed photo. The Johnny Gargano “Johnny Wrestling” pin was cool as well. The Big John Studd towel was awesome as well and brought me back to my early days as a wrestling fan.
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 “High Flyers” theme according to the teaser on the website.
You can save 20% off your first purchase at ProWrestlingCrate.com by using the code “PWTORCH.”
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