Wrestling gift guide: Dan Gable Museum releases 5 items for holidays

At $10, The Ultimate Guide to Wrestling Camps makes a great stocking stuffer for the wrestler in your family. But if you are looking for a little something else then bidding on these great items is sure to please the wrestler or wrestling fanatic in your family. Check it out:

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum is auctioning five special wrestling items in advance of the 2015 holiday season.

All proceeds from the auctions benefit the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum, a not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the sport of wrestling.

Contact the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Dan Gable Museum at (319) 233-0745 or dgmstaff@nwhof.org with questions about the items.

Golf flag signed by Dan Gable and Zach Johnson
This flag from the 15th annual Dan Gable Celebrity Golf Tournament has been signed by 1972 Olympic champion Dan Gable and Zach Johnson, winner of the 2007 Masters and the 2015 British Open.

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Tom Brands and Brent Metcalf Olympic wrestling package
Package includes a signed Brent Metcalf singlet from his AGON wrestling event in Cedar Rapids (only three were made) and a signed print of Iowa head wrestling coach Tom Brands and two-time NCAA champion Brent Metcalf.

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Iowa State wrestling print signed by Cyclone wrestling legends
Iowa State print signed by Iowa State legends Kevin Jackson, Dan Gable, Kyven Gadson and Stewart Carter.

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Iowa wrestling print signed by Hawkeye legends
Iowa wrestling print signed by Iowa wrestling legends Dan Gable, Tom Brands, Terry Brands, Brent Metcalf, Matt McDonough, Tony Ramos, Doug Schwab, Chuck Yagla, and Phil Keddy.

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Leaders print signed by Dan Gable, Tom Brands, and Doug Schwab
Former Iowa head wrestling Dan Gable, current Iowa head wrestling coach Tom Brands, and current Northern Iowa head wrestling coach Doug Schwab autographed “Leaders” print.

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