Impact Wrestling Auctioning Off Barbed Wire Nintendo 64 Controller From Hard To Kill

By | February 5, 2021

Pro wrestling fans can add any number of things to their collection. Few items are really as cool as this one.

Sami Callihan battled Eddie Edwards at Impact Wrestling’s Hard To Kill pay-per-view. This took place in a Barbed Wire Massacre match, and they pulled out all the stops, including a Nintendo 64 controller that was wrapped in barbed wire. Now the company is auctioning off that piece of history.

Impact Wrestling’s eBay account has that same Nintendo 64 controller up for auction. It is still wrapped in barbed wire, signed, and there’s also some blood on it.

This auction is for a truly unique collectible: the official, match-used Barbed Wire-wrapped Nintendo 64 Joystick.  From IMPACT Wrestling’s Hard To Kill PPV, held Jan. 16, in Nashville. This collectible was used during the Barbed Wire Massacre Match:  Sami Callihan vs. Eddie Edwards.  Controller was personally autographed by SAMI & EDDIE, and was inscribed HARD TO KILL 2021.  (The joystick does not work anymore.)  Comes with the official IMPACT Hologram to verify its authenticity and the autographs.  Free Shipping — will be double boxed for protection!  Good Luck!

As of this writing, the Nintendo 64 controller is at $450. It’s unclear if the controller still functions in its originally intended use, but odds are you wouldn’t have the best gameplay by using the controller wrapped in sharp barbed wire anyway.