RADICAN Unboxes – January 2018 PWCrate – “Factions” themed crate with items from Bullet Club, 4 Horsemen, Cody Rhodes, Shane Douglas, Raven, and more (w/Coupon code & video)

By Sean Radican, PWtorch Columnist


The latest PWTorch.com monthly unboxing video for ProWrestlingCrate.com features an unboxing of their January 2018 crate. The theme this month is “Factions.”

ATTENTION: PWCrate has made some changes recently to their service. Instead of having three main subscriptions options for 1,2, or 3 t-shirts, there is now one main subscription option with two t-shirts along with a signed 8×10 from a wrestling legend or indie wrestler. They will also include other items such as an exclusive Micro Brawler and pin, DVDs, art prints, stickers, and more. Depending on the length of your subscription, you can purchase this box for anywhere from 23.95 plus shipping with a year subscription to 29.95 with a monthly subscription.

PWCrate still offers to other options for people that want to subscribe to their service, but are on a budget. The Cheap Heat box is $9.99 that includes an autographed 8×10 from a legend or indie wrestler and two of the collectibles from the regular boxes. Finally, PWCrate still has an option called a Mid Card box for 14.95 plus shipping. This box will get you a shirt designed by Pro Wrestling Tees and a signed 8×10 from an indie or legend wrestler.

If you’re a big wrestling fan, the regular monthly box is the way to way to go. PWCrate is really doing a fantastic job of generating different themes. The factions crate was an incredible crate, as PWCrate continues to set the gold standard for monthly mystery wrestling crate subscription services. Right off the bat subscribers got an L.I.J. trucker hate and a 4 Horsemen vintage style t-shirt. Both are incredible items considering the cost of the service. With these two items alone, you get your money back and more no matter the length of your subscription.

The Micro Brawlers have been a big hit and the Cody Rhodes Micro Brawler came at just the right time as his popularity is hitting an all-time peak with the power struggle in Bullet Club between him and Kenny Omega coming to a boiling point recently in NJPW.

The rest of the box had some really good stuff as well. PWCrate does a great job of getting content through Highspots and this month they got a Behind Closed Doors: Raven DVD release that originally came out through RF Video. Raven’s shoot interviews are usually fantastic and this one is no exception. The Bullet Club Chicago iron on patch was the other highlight of the box in my opinion.

As mentioned earlier, The cost of the box is covered right off the bat with the L.I.J. hat and 4 Horseman t-shirt. When you add in the other standout items like the Cody Rhodes Micro Brawler, Bullet Club Chicago iron on patch, and Behind Closed Doors with Raven DVD, you’ve come close to tripling the money you paid for the subscription. The box also included a Shane Douglas autographed pic, a Hart Foundation t-shirt, and a “The Brood” pin. When you add all of these things together, you easily get around the $100 value that PWCrate promises for each box.

And now to the unboxing video!

There are several pro wrestling mystery boxes on the market now. In my opinion PWCrate is still the best. The shirts are fantastic and you get a ton of value for your money. The crates sell out fast each month, so I suggest getting your order in as soon as possible. The actual cutoff date for the next box is March 15, but you don’t want to wait or you risk the box selling out.

ATTENTION: You can purchase a subscription to PWCrate by visiting ProWrestlingCrate.com. Also, You can save 20% off your first purchase at ProWrestlingCrate.com by using the code “PWTORCH.”


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