Twin Made reveals one-of-a-kind knitted WWE jumper and WWE Championship Title
WALES-based knitting and creative workshop group Twin Made today revealed the design of a one-of-a-kind knitted WWE jumper and WWE Championship Title, created in the lead up to this Saturday’s stadium event, WWE Clash at the Castle.
Made from 100% locally sourced sheep’s wool, both items were presented to beloved WWE Superstar Drew McIntyre, who will headline Clash at the Castle this Saturday at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
The Championship Title is a knitted replica of WWE’s iconic version, created in celebration of the event’s headline match between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. The jumper incorporates cultural motifs such as Cardiff Castle, a Welsh love spoon, and the national flag – Y Ddraig Goch, meaning ‘the red dragon’ – alongside WWE elements such as a ring, Title and the Clash at the Castle logo. A team of 11 Twin Made knitters spent 69 hours expertly crafting the striking memorabilia.
The two knitted items have been created to celebrate Welsh culture and mark the huge moment that is Clash at the Castle – WWE’s first major stadium event in the UK for more than 30 years. The event will feature the biggest WWE Superstars in the world including Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns, Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair, Rey Mysterio, Edge and Seth Rollins.
Charlotte Peacock, founder of Twin Made, comments: “This was a dream project for me and my fellow knitters. We had so much fun coming up with the designs and creating something that weaves in Welsh traditions with symbolic references to this historic sporting event. Our whole team of knitters are looking forward to watching all the action unfold at the Principality Stadium on Saturday night.”
Following Clash at the Castle, WWE fans can see the jumper in person at the National Wool Museum, located in Drefach Felindre, Llandysul, where it will be exhibited from 12th September – 3rd November 2022. The jumper will then be given away to one lucky WWE fan on social, via the @wweuk Instagram page.
Tune in to ‘Clash at the Castle’, emanating from the Principality Stadium in Wales, on WWE Network and BT SPORT 2 from 6.00pm on Saturday 3rd September.
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