The New Day SIGNED Photo & Dual Used Canvas Plaque (Random Number)
- Price: $199.99
Name Date Quantity Bid Rael1974 Feb 27, 2019 03:00:30 PM EST 3 $1.00 Captnjeter02 Feb 26, 2019 10:58:15 PM EST 1 $1.00 Biggirko Feb 27, 2019 01:15:10 PM EST 1 $1.00 DaProdigy14 Feb 27, 2019 03:28:56 PM EST 1 $1.00
This is one of twenty signed photos & dual canvas framed plaques that were autographed by WWE Superstars Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods, & Big E. This piece commemorates The New Day making history as the first tag team in WWE History to capture both the RAW & SmackDown Tag Team Championships.
- Individually numbered
- Contains pieces of used ring canvas from:
- SummerSlam 2015
- Battleground 2017
Note: Numbers will be chosen at random
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