OUR REVIEW OF JULY’S ULTIMATE WRESTLE CRATE!!!

July’s Ultimate Wrestle Crate was a heavy one and full of awesome stuff as always. If you want to get on board and subscribe then head to their website http://www.wrestlecrate.co.uk and check out their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/WrestleCrateUK/ and follow them on Twitter @WrestleCrateUK



The first item out of this months crate was a cap paying homage to ECW, this cap looks awesome with a unique print on the front including the strands of barbed wire. This throwback to 1994 and the land of the extreme is going to look great at a wrestling show or perfect to sit in watching old ECW PPV’s on the network.

Next out were some sweet sunglasses, which will hopefully be able to use soon but who can say with British weather. The black glasses have part of the infamous quote from the movie They Live by Roddy Piper “Chew bubblegum and kick ass” printed on them. 

This months DVD is from Preston City Wrestling, their show with Global Force Wrestling called Global Conflict. This DVD sees Sonjay Dutt defend the GFW Nex Gen Title against Bubblegum, Dave Mastiff put his PCW Heavyweight Title up for grabs against Sha Samuels and the match I’m most looking forward to seeing one of my favourite wrestlers Noam Dar take on wrestling veteran and GFW owner Jeff Jarrett.

Another awesome signed photo this month with an amazing print signed by one of the best wrestlers in the world right now, Zack Sabre Jr. The print catches the man representing the UK in the Cruiserweight Classic in his now iconic pose and is a great addition to my ever growing collection of signed wrestling memorabilia.

Possibly the heaviest item ever to come out of a Wrestle Crate was next out, a copy of WWE’s Ultimate Superstar Guide. Not only does this include interesting facts and facts about a mass of WWE superstars but also some very unique and very different drawings of the wrestlers. The artwork alone make this a great book for all wrestling fans and I can’t wait to flick through this after I’ve finished this review.

Following on from April’s crate, once again we were treated to five prints from the talented The Ringside Perspective. The prints in this months crate were of Ricochet, Juventud Guerrera, Matt Sydal, Dalton Castle and an action shot from the epic clash from Rev Pro Wrestling between Zack Sabre Jr and Kurt Angle. These prints all really capture the wrestlers brilliantly and would look brilliant on any wrestling fans wall. Make sure you check out more of The Ringside Perspective’s work if you can on Twitter @OLIRINGSIDE or their website http://www.ringsideperspective.com

The final item out of July’s crate was this months exclusive Wrestle Crate t-shirt with the word “Asylum” and what looks like an old hospital above it in a blood red print, with a weapon filled pattern inside the writing and picture. I think this maybe a t-shirt for current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Dean Ambrose with the title included on the shirt, this shirt continues the uniqueness that Wrestle Crate bring with their t-shirts and this one would look awesome at a Smackdown show or expect to see it at many a British wrestling show in the coming weeks.

SOMEONE STOP THE DAMN MATCH!!


Once again the people at Wrestle Crate UK kept up the great work with this months ultimate crate and made sure that I will be renewing my ultimate subscription for another month. Thanks again for the amazing stuff and can’t wait for next months Crate which is set to include and exclusive PROGRESS Wrestling item. Let us know what you thought of the crate over on our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SomeoneStopTheDamnMatch

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