Pro Wrestling Mini Museum Makes Waves as a Virtual Wrestling Museum

March 05 18:10 2021
It features photos and ring-worn/TV used items and spans from the territory era to the present day.

The Pro Wrestling Mini Museum is an online museum dedicated to the rich history professional wrestling, where fans can find photos and signed memorabilia of the stars and events they love.

The museum curator started with a standard collection of 8 x10s and magazines. Their collections got bigger through the years as they were inspired by other wrestling museums and stores like the Pro Wrestling World Museum in Allenton, Pennsylvania, and Adventure Land in New Jersey.

In 2015, the founder started a Wrestling Wall with some of his favorite signed photos. When Pro Wrestling World was closing in January 2018, fans were allowed to fill out a request form and have the opportunity to buy items for themselves, The Pro Wrestling Mini Museum’s founder got a few items he always admired, and these formed the basis for their museum.

Taking their showcase to the next level, the Pro Wrestling Mini Museum began adding items like classic signed magazines and ring/TV-worn pieces. Many pieces like that do not see the light of day except for special circumstances once they are in the hands of private collectors, so the mini-museum lets fans see the ones they have in their collections at any time through their virtual displays.

“I created this not only for myself but for fans around the world,” stated the founder of Pro Wrestling Mini Museum.

They have dedicated displays to stars like the Midnight Express and Jim Cornette, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, the Bella Twins, The Four Horsemen, and The Beautiful People. They also have sections that showcase history like classic 80s WWF when wrestling went mainstream and was changed forever. Displays for Starrcade ’83, World Class Championship Wrestling, ECW, a Women’s Wing and signed trading cards are also available.

The mini-museum showcases ring-worn items, signed magazines, signed programs, signed posters, signed photos, and line up sheets from the WWF, WCW line-up sheets, and ECW line-up sheets as well as vintage apparel.

More information can be found at http://www.pwmuseum.net.

About Pro Wrestling Mini Museum

The Pro Wrestling Mini Museum is an online museum dedicated past and present professional wrestling.

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Company Name: Pro Wrestling Mini Museum
Contact Person: Mike Parker
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Phone: +1-551-804-8864
Country: United States
Website: http://www.pwmuseum.net/