Jeff Jarrett set to launch official eBay store, lists Slap Nuts Combo Pack for pre-launch sale
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- July 11, 2011 -- He's been known as Double J, the Chosen One, the King of the Mountain, or simply Jeff Jarrett. An 11-time world champion, he is the Founder of TNA and just celebrated his 25th anniversary in the great sport of professional wrestling. And now, Jeff is very excited to offer his fans the chance to purchase some classic memorabilia from his 25-year career!
He's gone into his warehouse and will be offering some unique, never-before-available collectibles from throughout his career, whether it be from his early days in USWA, to his days as Double J in WWF, as the Chosen One in WCW or now as the King of the Mountain in the company he founded, TNA.
As we sort through all of his classic wrestling gear, title belts, wrestling boots, pictures and more to prepare for the official launch, Jeff wanted to go ahead and make available a pre-launch combo pack for the fans that have been asking.
This combo pack features three (3) items from the Slap Nuts era in WCW:
Jeff Jarrett Pre-launch Slap Nuts Combo Pack
- Slap Nuts foam guitar
- Slap Nuts Blvd street sign
- Slap Nuts sunglasses
These are items that have sold for $50 BY THEMSELVES at many of Jeff's personal appearances. But now, as part of the Pre-launch Slap Nuts Combo Pack, you can own ALL THREE by bidding NOW!
Jeff will AUTOGRAPH and PERSONALIZE these items for the winner!
Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of history!
-- WrestlingINC.com reader Justin Towler sent this one along:
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