Pro wrestling t-shirts are big buisines for the wrestling industry. The sales that WWE and AEW make in that regard, make up a massive margin for the respective companies’ earnings, and that’s for very good reason. Fans want to adorn themselves in the articles of clothing and apparel of their favorite wrestlers, and thus the need for a site like Pro Wrestling Tees, as well as the official online stores provided by the promotions themselves.

It is at stores like pro wrestling tees that fans can get stuff that’s a tad more personalized and its possible to get t-shirts that aren’t under the constraints set up by each of the aforementioned promotions. Besides, the platform is a place for the pro wrestlers themselves to sell their merch. Even Johnny Gargano returned to the platform to do business once his WWE contract was up.

Essentially, sites like this have cool stuff you can’t really find anywhere else. As it turns out though, fans found a little bit of trouble on this particular site a few months back.

It was back in November that the Pro Wrestling Tees site was hacked and a ton of credit card fraud was reported. The company just recently released a statement regarding what went down and how they plan to move forward from the incident. They also added what you can do to prevent it from ever happening again, as a customer.


“The privacy and protection of our clients’ personal information is a matter that we take very seriously. Please allow this to serve as a notification to you concerning a recent data incident at Pro Wrestling Tees that involved some of your personal information. While we are unaware of any current misuse of your information, we want to provide you with details regarding the incident, our response, and resources available to you to safeguard your identity from possible misuse.

What Happened  

On November 1, 2021, Pro Wrestling Tees was informed by law enforcement that a small portion of our customer’s credit card numbers had been compromised. We immediately conducted an extensive investigation of our system and concluded that a malware virus was the source of breach. Working with a sophisticated forensic vendor, we have removed the malware virus from our system. We did not find any evidence that any current individual personal information was compromised.

What Information Was Involved  

We are providing you this notification in an abundance of caution in case someone actually viewed or had access to your information that would have included your full name, and credit card information.

What We Are Doing 

We took steps to address this incident promptly after it was discovered, including conducting an investigation to understand what had taken place and how. We have secured our system. We have also reviewed our internal data management and protocols and have implemented enhanced security measures to help prevent this type of incident from recurring.

In addition, we are offering identity theft protection services through IDX, the data breach and recovery services expert. IDX identity protection services include: 12 months of credit and CyberScan monitoring, a $1,000,000 insurance reimbursement policy, and fully managed ID theft recovery services. With this protection, IDX will help you resolve issues if your identity is compromised.

What You Can Do  

We encourage you to enroll in free IDX identity protection services by going to or calling 1-833-381-2295 and using the Enrollment Code provided.

IDX representatives are available Monday through Friday from 6 am – 6 pm Pacific Time. Please note the deadline to enroll is March 15, 2022.

Again, at this time, there is no evidence that your information has been misused. However, we encourage you to take full advantage of this service offering.

For More Information  You will find detailed instructions for enrollment on the enclosed Recommended Steps document. Also, you will need to reference the enrollment code at the top of this letter when enrolling, so please do not discard this letter.


Ryan Barkan Pro Wrestling Tees (Enclosure)”

We’ll keep you posted on any other news on this subject and for now, we’d suggest you be safe when ordering online, and at any store. Perhaps even the use of a prepaid credit card will keep your personal finances safer. As stated, we’ll keep you posted on further details. Until then, shop safe, readers.

Domenic Marinelli

Domenic Marinelli is an author and freelance writer/journalist. Some of his work has appeared in The Sportster, E-Wrestling News, Pro Wrestling News Hub, The Recipe,, Guilty Eats, Par Ex News, CFL News Hub, Daily DDT, XFL News Hub, as well as other print and internet publications. He is the author of Generic V, Summer of the Great White Wolf, His Old Tapes (stories & poetry), and so many others. He lives in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He's an avid reader and loves hiking.

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