WWE partners with My Custom Sport Chair to launch wrestling heroes line-up

Published on: 3rd November 2020

WWE and chairs usually only collide when one is being smashed over the head of a muscle-clad monster, prancing about ringside in his leather underwear to the cheers of a blood-thirsty crowd. That was until the sport and entertainment franchise met My Custom Sports Chair, of course.

The result? A range of chairs you’re not going to want to smash up. That’s right, WWE and My Custom Sports Chair have partnered to create a series of custom, folding Adirondack Chairs featuring the imagery and logos of some of the greatest WWE Superstars to walk the ring. Triple H, Roman Reigns, John Cena, The Rock, and Undertaker all feature, alongside WWE Hall of Famers Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ric Flair, The Ultimate Warrior, and Macho Man Randy Savage.

This is the latest in sporting franchises to have signed with My Custom Sports Chair, who already enjoys partnerships with the likes of the NFL, MLB, NCAA, NHL, and Nascar. Its collection makes up the only officially licensed, fully customisable Adirondack sports chair on the market.

Weather tested for all year round use, each chair is made with HDPE recycled resin which prevents warping, fading and splintering, making them ideal for use in the back garden, on the patio, in the recreation room, or any other setting in which a chair could be of use.

 All products are manufactured and assembled in Stoney Creek, ON, Canada with over 60,000 units in market since 2015.


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