WWE Hell in a Cell Post Snow
WWE Hell in a Cell is one of the biggest matches in recent memory for both its performers and fans. A triple threat match up between two of the biggest stars in the company, Johny Styles and Randy Couture, as well as a match up between some of the up and coming wrestlers, like Brie Bella and Natalya, The World’s Most Dangerous Woman and RVD, put everyone on edge. The main event at Hell in a Cell was a grudge match between WWE’s top star, Batista, and his arch enemy, Big Show. The three hour long match ended with Batista defeating Show in a match that nearly anyone thought would end in victory for Batista. The WWE Hell in a Cell shirt that RVD wore was absolutely amazing.
This shirt design was created by WWE’s own in-house artist, Michael French. The design was first revealed during a promotion for Raw at the U.S. Cellular in New York City. The shirt design included the classic wrestling mainstay image, but with the addition of snow flakes and a red background. Some people who saw the shirt thought that the snow flake design was a reference to RVD, but it could very well have been an allusion to the new Raw TV series that is currently airing. The shirt design for the actual show was designed by none other than Batista himself, which can be seen on the cover of the latest RVD book, ” Halls of submission” by Scot Hemmers.
The WWE Hell in a Cell shirt design was a huge success, especially with wrestling fans everywhere. Many people were able to purchase the shirt for a very reasonable price and then return it for a different size or color when they received their new shirt. There were several different designs available as well, and most people chose to buy a plain colored shirt. The plain WWE Hell in a Cell shirt has a dark reddish color to it, much like the original shirt, and there are also creases around the sleeves and the collar that made this particular shirt even more unique. Many wrestling fans believe that it was the success of the WWE Hell in a Cell shirt that lead to the creation of RVD as a wrestler, as RVD would use the Hell in a Cell shirt to gain popularity with his wrestling community.
Teresa Snedeke –
I love this shirt!!!
Alina Wi –
Thank for designer!