“Here comes the money.”
That might not be the typical thought after seeing an autographed toolbox, but it’s certainly fitting given the frenzied bidding so far on one item over at WWE Auction.
And we do mean frenzied.
It’s a toolbox used in the match between Shane McMahon and Undertaker at WrestleMania 32 last year in Dallas, a no-holds barred “Hell in a Cell” match that had McMahon jumping off of the steel cage’s roof to a table on the floor of JerryWorld as part of a losing cause.
The red metal toolbox is signed and inscribed “Here comes the money” by McMahon — a WWE luminary who has never signed a certified autograph card — and Undertaker, who added “Rest in Peace” along with his autograph, which we’ll soon see in Topps packs for the first time. Undertaker retired on Sunday night after losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 — just the second loss of his career at WWE’s showcase event, while McMahon opened the show with a loss to A.J. Styles.
While a memorabilia card made from a match-used toolbox would be a first for wrestling cards, it’s probably not happening as there’s already plenty of action on the piece with more than a week remaining in the auction.
After 29 bids, it stands at $2,020. You can see the sigs in the gallery below and get the latest bidding updates on this one by clicking here.
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