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Since it's Black Friday, I've decided to hope onto the bandwagon with a look at some fun wrestling rated products. If any of you are so moved to buy anything for me, my shirt size is XL. Just kidding. Hope you enjoy some of these things I found.
The gnomes sell for $29.99 each. They're made of resin and stand about 11 and a half inches tall, and weigh a pound and a half. They're a little pricey, but I'd add one to my front yard just for kicks. Punk could lecture my other gnomes about how he's the best in the yard.
|80's wrestlers from Hirsute History|
Typically I don't wear wrestling t shirts. I have nothing against them, in fact I own a couple, including a Captain Charisma one Chad gave me a while back. I also have a jersey from Wrestlemania 22 that I bought as a souvenir. But the tshirts I found on the Hirsute History website are really cool. I've never seen a design like this before, the silhouette of each star's head is just awesome. I like the yellow and red colors too. Very eye catching. But if those colors don't float your boat, don't worry, Hirsute offers a variety of colors. There's also a line of hoodies, fitted t's, and messenger bags. The tshirts are $15.99, not a bad price considering most WWE Shop tshirts are about 30 bucks. The hoodies are $35.99. In addition to the 80's wrestlers, which include Andre the Giant, Hacksaw Duggan, Hulk Hogan, Junkyard Dog, Mean Gene, Rick Rude, and Roddy Piper; there are also musicians, scientists, presidents, and "commies".
|From Coltmerch.com, drawn by Jill Thompson|
|Kerry Von Erich/Texas Tornado by Mattell|
|Wrestling meets bowling on Wrestlecrap|
Obviously this is the tip of the iceberg for wrestling merch out there. These are just a few things that caught my eye this morning after coming up with the idea. What are some of your favorites? Post here or let us know on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube.