ROH Ian Riccaboni Micro Brawler Figure Now Available; Proceeds To Benefit PA LGBT Community Center

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In support of Pride Month, a limited-edition Ian Riccaboni Micro Brawler action figure is now available, with the proceeds being donated to the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in the announcer’s hometown.

Ring of Honor issued a new press release on the figure; Pro Wrestling Tees is partnering with ROH and the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania for the cause. This limited-edition action figure is available at and will be available soon at Last year, ROH and Riccaboni released a “Happy Wrestling” Pride shirt featuring his signature sign off catchphrase, and this time out wanted to reach a larger audience with the help of the apparel company.

“It is vital we make professional wrestling inclusive of all identities. Whether you’re a member or an ally of the LGBTQ+ community, I encourage you to help make our wrestling community for everyone. Hopefully this figurine can raise some money and get Bradbury-Sullivan and organizations like it much-deserved visibility and recognition around the work they do every day, especially during this pandemic,” Riccaboni stated.

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center “creates a vibrant LGBT community in the Lehigh Valley through exciting LGBT arts & culture programs, leading-edge LGBT health programs, daily LGBT youth programs, critical supportive services, an annual regional pride festival, and an informative Training Institute.”

Riccaboni’s Micro Brawler features the Pride flag as a sign of solidarity and support as an ally of LGBTQ+ wrestlers, fans, and personnel. With just 500 figures produced, Riccaboni’s figure is the most-limited Micro Brawler ever produced. And with a successful pre-sale of the entire Series 6 set, less than 500 will be available with individual figures on sale now at and soon on

“If you have all of the ROH stars, if you have Andre, Macho Man, Okada, Tanahashi, etc. you are going to need a commentator to call all of those dream matches!” Riccaboni chuckled. “I’m grateful that Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling Tees, and Bradbury-Sullivan were willing to get creative to celebrate Pride month and hopefully this is just the tip of the iceberg of what we can do together,” Riccaboni continued.

For more information about Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, please visit

To purchase the Ian Riccaboni Micro Brawler with proceeds going to Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, please go to (available now) or (coming soon).