Father’s Day Gift Guide For The Wrestling Fan
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Looking for the perfect wrestling-related gift for the father in your life? The following guide highlights some of the coolest items available for wrestling fans, and there is no shortage of unique items available this year:
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A similar version of this fanny pack was released in the WWE Slam Crate and it proved to be extremely popular. Now, WWE has licensed a new waist pack available for purchase by anyone. They also made a Women’s Championship design pack as well (at this link)
“Invisible” John Cena Funko POP!
John Cena’s “U Can’t See Me” has been immortalized in meme form, and now you can see the smile on Dad’s face when he gets this awesome “invisible” John Cena Funko Pop!
Rock ‘Em Socks
WWE New Day Adult Boxer Briefs
WWE Money In The Bank Lunch Bag
A Wrestling Coloring Book For Adults
Adult coloring books are all the rage, and this one features some cool wrestling themes like lucha masks and other squared circle inspired designs.
Under the Black Hat: My Life in the WWE and Beyond
Jim Ross’ latest autobiography is available now in print and digital formats and it is a fantastic read about the latter half of his career and some of the personal adversities he overcame. A follow-up to his bestselling memoir Slobberknocker, he talks about his career in the wrestling business, getting older, leaving WWE and the sudden death of his wife, Jan.
The Eighth Wonder of the World: The True Story of André the Giant
A definitive look at the life and career of one of professional wrestling’s biggest stars, Bertrand Hébert and Pat Laprade’s book addresses “burning questions, outrageous stories, and common misconceptions” about Andre and tells a story of the man behind the legendary reputation.
Shamrock: The World’s Most Dangerous Man
“Shamrock: The World’s Most Dangerous Man” is an excellent account of the MMA / wrestling star’s history. Author Jonathan Snowden has crafted the definitive look into one of the sport’s most prominent figures. No flaws are glossed over, and there are even more dark moments than bright, but Shamrock is portrayed as a true fighter throughout.
Looking for some competition outside of the digital world? The Mexican thumb wrestling set from Legends Of Lucha Libre includes 2 vinyl lucha masks that cover your thumbs and matching decorative capes, a display ring and championship, and a 48-page guide on the history of lucha libre.
Published by VIZ Media, Shinsuke Nakamura’s autobiography features a look at Nakamura’s rise in Japan as the “King of Strong Style.” The book gets in-depth about his early life and career, including his reign as New Japan Pro-Wrestling Heavyweight Champion and as a mixed martial artist. The book even includes early photos of Katsuyori Shibata, Daniel Bryan and many other names familiar to North American and Japanese wrestling fans.