We complete our look at this month’s boxes, with November’s UK WrestleCrate.
Starting first with another PROGRESS-themed item – a torch that beams the company’s logo! I don’t know if shining this will automatically make Jim Smallman come over and announce a show for you, but it’s a cool little thing to have as a novelty.
There’s two shirts this month – one which is heavily inspired by Seth Rollins’ WWE shirt for the Architect, which may well anger a certain Colt Cabana……whilst the second is more generic, declaring your love of puroresu.
This month’s DVD comes from the American promotion, Beyond Wrestling, with their “Americanrana” card from this past July – an impressive turnaround! On that show is the likes of Matt Riddle, Joey Ryan, Tommaso Ciampa and Catch Point – yes, this is going to get reviewed eventually!
Your figurine this month is a small vinyl figure… my blind bag was Kevin Nash, and although he’s become cute and deformed, it’s quite a nice figure to put on a shelf.
WrestleCrate’s coaster set completes it’s quartet with the Shield’s trio of fists – after having had Ambrose, Reigns and Rollins-themed coasters in the past three months.
As far as signed merchandise, there’s a print of Aldo (formerly Adam) Rose, and an 8×10” signed by PCW’s Jimmy J & Jennie B.
WrestleCrate UK subscriptions can be purchased via http://www.wrestlecrate.co.uk/ – you select a t-shirt size, and then you’re able to choose between the “standard” (at £11.99) and “ultimate” crates (at £21.99). Typically the standard boxes will include a t-shirt, a DVD and a print, amongst other stuff, whilst the deluxe boxes will give you a second, different, shirt, print and DVD.
The website contains full pricing and shipping details, and also lists the cut-off point for each month – typically the cut-off point is around the 12th of the month, and boxes dispatch around two weeks later.