How to Make Wrestling Clothes

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How to Make Wrestling Clothes
Fishnet stockings can be utilised non-traditionally to create wrestling attire. (wacky gothe girls image by Bruce Shippee from Fotolia.com)

Professional wrestlers, such as in the WWE, wear a variety of different clothing attire. The ensembles are very different from the traditional wrestling uniforms you wore during your high school wrestling matches, but they can nonetheless be easily constructed. Wrestling clothing can be created through many items in your own closet or with a few small purchases at a local craft or thrift store.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Swim briefs
  • Bikini
  • Sports bra
  • Leggings
  • Fishnet stockings
  • Tank top
  • Boots
  • Headband
  • Belt
  • Tinfoil
  • Glue

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Choose the main, eye-catching pieces of the ensemble. Wrestlers often wear flamboyant and bright colours and prints. Begin with a bright-coloured swim brief and tight leggings for a guy. For a girl, choose a bright coloured bikini bottom and top or sports bra.

  2. 2

    Pull on a tank top. If desired, men can skip this and wrestle bare chested. Women often wear just a bikini top or sports bra, so this piece is not essential for either.

  3. 3

    Wear a pair of leather or dark coloured trousers for a guy, if desired. Wrestlers often compete and perform in simply the swim brief and/or leggings, so trousers are not essential. For women, a baggy pair of trousers or a skirt will work as well.

  4. 4

    Rip and shred a pair of fishnet stockings to wear over your chest or your arms. Add a brightly coloured headband in your hair or around your forehead. Add a bulky pair of boots. Boots with a thick sole will work best.

  5. 5

    Craft a championship belt by moulding a centre plate out of tinfoil and glue it to the centre of a black leather belt.

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