On Black Friday and again on Cyber Monday, WWE Shop had a whole host of awesome deals on t-shirts, championship belts and a load of other merchandise.
While the sale featured a few new cool designs, WWE might want to spend some time and money on updating their advertising campaigns, as they used t-shirts from former WWE stars as part of the promotion.
Twitter use @raremoxley shared the following image of a WWEShop.com advertisement on Facebook that featured t-shirts from Dean Ambrose (now AEW star Jon Moxley) and Enzo Amore, both of whom no longer work for the company.
does wwe shop know that these two guys aren’t even with their company anymore pic.twitter.com/6BPqVG2wWr
— domonique™️ (@raremoxley) December 3, 2019
WWE still owns the rights to both Enzo Amore and Dean Ambrose’s names, so they are still allowed to sell their t-shirts. However, they will likely want to update their advertisements to promote shirts for people that actually work for the company.
This is not the only newsworthy thing to come out of WWEShop.com over the last few days. Over the weekend, the company revealed it will be charging people nearly $6,500 for a new hand-crafted Bray Wyatt Universal Championship.
Speaking of merchandise, WrestleTalk launched its new awesome merchandise range last week. Check out all we have on offer by clicking here.