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Wrestling & WWE Coloring Pages (Free PDF Printables)

Get ready to unleash your creativity and show your love for wrestling with these 28 free WWE coloring pages! From John Cena’s famous gesture to The Rock’s electrifying entrance, these printables offer a fun and creative way to express your fandom for your favorite wrestlers.

WWE has been a popular form of entertainment for decades, captivating fans of all ages with its high-flying acrobatics, intense rivalries, and larger-than-life characters. And now, with WWE coloring pages, fans can bring their favorite wrestlers to life in vibrant colors and intricate designs!

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To start coloring, click on any of the below images or links to open the free PDF. Once opened, you can then download or print.

All of the below pages are on US letter-sized paper, but they also scale perfectly onto A4 paper too! Happy coloring!

10 Craft Ideas To Do With WWE Coloring Pages

Here are 10 affordable, fun, and creative craft ideas you can do with your completed coloring page!

10. Greeting Cards

For the WWE fan in your life, be it an adult or child, you can turn my coloring pages into greeting cards, perfect for birthdays, Father’s Day, or even Valentine’s Day.

You or your child can color in the illustration of your choice and choose to print it on the half-page (with any easy fold) or the quarter-page (which requires folding once and then again).

Make sure to write a cheesy and fun like on the front, like “Ooooh Yeahhhh, it’s your Birthday!” or “For [Image of The Rock] In My Life, Happy Father’s Day!”

9. Wrapping Paper

If you have a small item or box that you’re gifting to someone who’s a huge WWE fan, you can use my coloring pages as gift wrap.

Simply print off an illustration and have your kids color it in; then, place the item in the middle of the page, with the illustration facing down, and wrap it up.

8. Play Props

To bring the magic of WWE into your own home, as well as utilize kids’ imaginations and creativity, make my coloring pages into play props.

You can do this by instructing your kids to pick out the WWE figures of their choice, print them off, and have them color in just the figures on the illustrations.

Then you’ll have them cut the figures out and lay them down on cardstock to trace. They’ll cut out the tracing and paste it to the back of the figures for reinforcement.

Then they’ll paste craft sticks onto the backs of the figures for ease of holding (if your kids prefer to just hold onto the figures themselves, that’s fine, too!).

7. Party Decorations

My coloring pages can be turned into awesome WWE party decorations – all you need are markers (or crayons or colored pencils) and a few other items from around your home.

For starters, have your kids pick out which WWE figures they want and, starting a few weeks before the party, have them color in the illustrations in stages.

Then you can use some to make bunting by cutting out the figures and looping them together with twine.

Or you can make stand-up figures by taping or gluing toilet paper rolls to the backs of the cut-outs, which you can then place on tables.

You can even just hang up the colored-in illustrations on the wall as-is.

6. Room Decor

For the perfect room décor for any WWE fan, why not make it handmade?

Have your kid pick out three or four of their favorite coloring pages and color them in with markers or colored pencils.

Then get cheap frames from the dollar store to put the illustrations inside of and hang them on the walls.

5. Cake Toppers

To turn my WWE coloring pages into cake toppers, you’ll need access to a laminator, plus cardboard or a toilet paper roll.

You also might want to shrink the illustration down just a bit, depending on how big your cake is.

You’re going to color in the figures on the illustrations of your choice and cut them out. Then you’ll laminate them (so they can withstand the icing on the cake!).

Most (but not all) figures will require something to reinforce them, whether it’s cardboard cut to size or a toilet paper roll glued to the back.

The fun thing about this craft is that you can use different figures for different tiers!


Find the WWE figures that are standing up more or less straight, and you’ve got yourself a fantastic bookmark.

Have your kid color in the figure of their choice and cut them out carefully. Then you can reinforce it with cardstock cut to size or laminate it.

Punch a hole in the top and string ribbon or yarn through for an extra touch!

3. Keychains

To make WWE keychains out of my coloring pages, you will need shrink sheets, keychain hardware, and access to an oven.

Print off the illustration onto the shrink sheets and have your kids color it in with marker, then cut it out. Punch a hole in the top or wherever you want the keychain hardware to attach.

You’re going to bake the shrink sheet figures according to the directions and let them cool completely.

Once it’s cool, you can attach the keychain hardware. It makes a great gift for a kid or party favors!

2. Stickers

To make stickers, you will need a Cricut machine, and this craft is great for older kids and adults

You’re going to color in the illustration digitally and print it onto special sticker paper, which you can find on Amazon.

Then you’re going to use the Print and Cut feature on your Cricut machine; basically, the Cricut “reads” the lines of the illustration and cuts out the figures.

1. Gift Bag Decorations

You can turn my WWE coloring pages into cute gift bag decorations that will delight any fan.

Simply color in the figures of your choice, cut them out, and glue them onto a plain gift bag (which you can find at any dollar store).

For an added touch, you can add a speech bubble to the bag so that the figure is saying whatever their catchphrase might be.


Friday 17th of November 2023

The image that says it is Charlotte Flair is actually Natalya Neidhart of the famous Hart family of Calgary, Canada. Her grandfather Stu Hart a famous amateur and professional wrestler and wrestling promoter, and great wrestling legend uncles Bret "The Hitman" Hart, "The British Bulldog" Davy "Boy" Smith & Owen Hart just to name a few, and her father Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart. Ms. Neidhart is just as talented if not more so then Ms. Flair and should be recognized also.

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Friday 17th of November 2023

Hey Kristina :) Thanks for pointing that out and sharing your knowledge of wrestling, it's great to learn more about the topic! We have amended the the correct name now :).

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