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WWE Superstar to slam into Argos this week

Retailer continues its support of the brand with special meet and greet.

Argos is continuing its backing of the WWE brand, confirming a special meet and greet event on Thursday May 16 at its Sheffield Meadowhall store.

WWE Superstar Braun Strowman will be visiting the store from 4.30pm to 6pm, with fans able to greet the Royal Rumble winner and former Tag Team Champion in a life-size WWE toy box, which has been specially created for the event.

Braun will also be signing his very own toy – the WWE Slam Mobile Vehicle, which has ten breakaway pieces and features a sporty design with spoiler, rims and tyres.

Argos customers can also get 25% off the Slam Mobile and other selected WWE toys between May 15-21.

Fans will have the chance to take pictures with Braun in the toy box and will be entered into a prize draw to win a WWE toy bundle if they upload an image of themselves to social media with the hashtag, #ArgosWWE.

“WWE toys have been a firm favourite with Argos customers for decades – they’re a perennially popular toy that will sell in huge numbers for years to come,” said Andrew Hartley, toy buying manager at Argos. “We’re thrilled to welcome Braun Strowman into our Sheffield Meadowhall store and give our customers the chance to meet one of the WWE’s biggest superstars.”

The toy box will also be available in store for fans to take pictures on Friday May 17.

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