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…wc-nov2016-architecttee…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.