RADICAN Unboxes – April 2018 PWCrate – “Best of the Indies Part 3” crate with items from The Elite, Sami Zayn (El Generico), Hangman Page, Powerbomb.tv, Candice LeRae, 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 April 2018 crate. The theme this month is “Best on the Indies 3.”

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.

PWCrate’s main subscription box is worth the money every month thanks to the awesome collectibles and great shirts they collect, but being a big indie wrestling fan, this box really won me over. Thanks to El Generico opening his store on Pro Wrestling Tees briefly to play into the Sami Zayn being fired from Smackdown storyline on WWE television, there’s an El Generico shirt in this crate with a fantastic design. The other shirt, as can be seen in the video with this article is great as well. Videogame designs on wrestling t-shirts are getting old, but I couldn’t help but love the design for the Being the Elite t-shirt in this crate.

PWCrate teams up with highspots a lot to make exclusive DVDs for these crates, but this month they teamed with powerbomb.tv and delivered a fantastic selection of matches for the “Best on the Indies 3” DVD. Keith Lee vs. Josh Briggs from Beyond Wrestling’s “Heavy Lies The Crown” is included on this release and that match is tremendous. I’m also looking forward to checking out Matt Riddle vs. Tom Lawler from Black Label Pro’s “The Darkest Timeline,” which I haven’t seen yet.

The rest of the crate has some great collectibles included. The Best on the Indies 3 poster is a Being The Elite poster. The real capper is the Candice LeRae autograph included for the autograph of the month. Given that Candice has recently signed with WWE and been a big part of the red hot Gargano vs. Ciampa, people are going to be excited for this signed photo.

You get way more than $29.95 of value out of every PWCrate. Your costs are covered right off the bat with the two shirts included in every crate. PWCrate goes out of their way to include some great collectibles, which will make you look forward to your box arriving on your doorstep each month.

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 May 9, but you don’t want to wait or you risk the box selling out. The theme next month is “Tag Teams Back Again” with teams like The Golden Lovers and The Young Bucks advertised as having items in the rate. Right now there are less than 75 crates left for May.

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.”


Contact Sean at pwtorchsean@gmail.com. Follow Sean on twitter HERE. Follow and like Radican’s Wrestling Community Facebook.com HERE

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