Hello and welcome to the 2017 official Wrestling Rumors Christmas wish-list. If you’ve navigated your way to this page, you clearly have an interest in the world of professional wrestling. Allow us to indulge you in a list of items you can potentially purchase for yourself or someone else as a gift.

We have several pages worth of items at various cost brackets. Depending on your budget, you may want to look at the cheaper items or up to the most expensive. There is something here for everyone, so be sure to stay tuned.

If you see something that isn’t listed here that you believe others should know about, link it down in the comments below or on our various social media and just explain the price and what the item is.

Under $10


American Greetings WWE Rubber Bracelets ($9.99) – The first item includes 6 bracelets that you can wear and share with friends and family. Four designs are unique, with an extra two repeated. The messages they provide are based on superstars including John Cena, Daniel Bryan and The Rock. You can use them as motivation or to represent some of your favorite superstars.

WWE: Uncaged III ($8.99) – While everyone has different tastes in music, there is no denying the impact some classic WWE theme songs have had over the years. While we have listed the latest Uncaged album, you can listen to any of albums in this series and feel much. The albums contain numerous unreleased tracks for wrestlers past and present as well as acoustic and piano renditions of existing theme songs.

WWE Mad Lib ($4.99) -For just $4.99, it is hard to argue this being a worthy gift. Young or old, if you’re a fan of the current WWE product, you’ll definitely enjoy this WWE Mad Libs book. If you aren’t too sure what ‘Mad Libs’ are, they can effectively be explained as hilarious short stories where you and your friends and family fill in certain words to create your own unique stories.

WWE Legends 2017 6-Piece Ball Ornament Set ($9.99) – Need some additional decorations for your Christmas tree? How about these six ornaments? Each ornament is unique to the others and features a reference to a WWE Legend such as ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and ‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper. They will brighten your tree and give you something to smile at.

WWE Network Subscription ($9.99) – If you haven’t by some chance already subscribed to the WWE Network, this is one item you should certainly have on your wish-list. From the monthly pay-per-views and NXT to the backlog of shows from WWE history and the original content such as Camp WWE and Table for 3, there are thousands of hours of content on the Network for a small monthly price. If you’ve never signed up before, you are able to get the first month completely free.

NJPW World Subscription ($9.99) – If you’re interested in the wrestling aspect of WWE and want to see a totally different and more strong style of wrestling you have the option of an NJPW World subscription. This is similar to the WWE Network, but is by a Japanese promotion. You can only watch via the website, which is a mixture of both English and Japanese, but the company certainly has a wealth of impressive matches you can spend hours watching.

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  • Smackdown Results – December 19, 2017

  • Sawyer Fulton On Why the Original SAnitY Never Happened, WWE Release, Whether He Would Return to WWE

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