Pete Dunne isn't able to wrestle as he's in England due to the coronavirus pandemic. But he's still finding a way to help out.
On Tuesday, Dunne announced that he would be selling OG British Strong Style shirts with the proceeds going to Black Lives Matter. In less than 24 hours, Dunne had sold 2,000 shirts, believing to have raised at least £20,000. Dunne said he was going to cap it there to make sure he and his team could handle the order load.
You purchased 2000 shirts in under 24 hours— Pete Dunne (@PeteDunneYxB) June 3, 2020
Yet to do the calculations properly but that should clear a £20,000 donation
Gonna cap it there to make sure we can actually handle that many orders in one go
Myself @Tyler_Bate & @trentseven are blown away! Thank you. https://t.co/VzpR3CjZ6l
Dunne was one half of the NXT Tag Team Champions alongside Matt Riddle before the pandemic started, but was unable to defend the belts alongside Riddle when travel was shutdown. Riddle & Timothy Thatcher ended up losing the titles to Imperium when Thatcher turned on Riddle.
Shirts are currently marked as sold out and it is unknown if more will be on-sale.