WWE Slam Crate #3!

Well, this month’s theme is “The Road to Wrestlemania”, although the stuff doesn’t really have much to do with it.  In fact, it’s mostly a repeat of last month’s pretty awesome box of stuff. Once again, assistance with the unboxing and demonstration provided by my daughter, who actually got to attend her very first WWE show last month!  Thanks again to the amazing people at Lootcrate for hooking me up with these despite my very minor amount of internet celebrity.

Voila, the box opening:

First up, the t-shirt of the month, which is a “Seth Freakin’ Rollins” shirt that is definitely something I’d wear in public, which is always a good sign.  Not up to the level of awesomeness of last month’s AJ Styles shirt, but still pretty cool.

Much like last month, it’s another metal figure, this time The Rock.  Last month it was John Cena, so now they can have a ONCE IN A LIFETIME battle.  And then do it again the next year.  The figures are definitely solid metal and very well made.  And it’s the Rock, what more do you want?  Rose was pretty pumped about this one and immediately claimed it.

Next, my favorite part of all three boxes thus far, the championship belt pin. In this case, a reproduction of the Attitude Era winged eagle belt.  Now, this is kind of a cheat, because they changed “World Wrestling Federation” to “World Wrestling Entertainment”, despite the belt itself being retired a few months before they changed from WWF to WWE.  I love these things!

Now for the thing that’s simultaneously the most cheesy and yet awesome:  A fanny pack reproduction of the World title belt.  COME ON, how can you not love that?  Big enough to carry an iPad, and yet still classy enough to be worn to business meetings or royal coronations.

Rosalie was too embarrassed to pose with it for me, but I think that’s because she’s only 6.  Girls get much easier to deal with once they’re teenagers, right?

Anyway, final bits in the box are a 3 pack of trading cards and an Undertaker poster.  So I’d call this one another win, with a great shirt, another championship pin and some fun stuff.

Check it out at www.lootcrate.com or specifically the WWE Slam Crate page.