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Cameo Is Full Of Footballers You Can Pay To Send A Personalised Message

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Cameo Is Full Of Footballers You Can Pay To Send A Personalised Message

Looking for the perfect present? Running out of ideas for Valentines Day? How about a personalised message from the person's favourite footballer or WWE star?

Cameo is a service that allows celebrities, no matter how minor when it comes to some of them, to sell personalised messages and there's a whole host of sports stars.

Prices range from $15 all the way up to $1000, with former Chelsea and Portsmouth manager Avram Grant charging the high end of the market- although the Israeli does say the proceeds go to charity.

Avram Grant charges £1000 for personalised messages. Image: Cameo
Avram Grant charges £1000 for personalised messages. Image: Cameo
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As well as Grant you can also hire former England striker Darren Bent to record a message for you, or whoever else you choose, for $500.

Former Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj charges slightly less at $300 but older United fans might appreciate a message from Viv Anderson for $200.

Premier League winning captain Tony Adams, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Adrian Mutu all charge $100.

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Some more Cameo prices. Image: Cameo
Some more Cameo prices. Image: Cameo

Imagine getting a message from former Sky Sports commentator Andy Gray just screaming 'take a bow son, take a bow!' at you, well you can have that for just $70.

Considering how much some people charge there is some absolute bargains to be had with Spurs cult hero Ledley King, legend Gaizka Mendieta, World Cup winner Andreas Brehme and Real Madrid's Michael Salgado only charging $50.

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Football Manager legend Freddy Adu is charging just $35 for his personalised messages, oh what might have been.

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Footballers aren't the only ones who offer the service of course and WWE fans also have the pick of some big names.

Ric Flair offers his services for $500, the most by some way for the wrestling stars, with Bret Hart charging $150 for a message.

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Even some current superstars can be paid for messages with Kevin Owens, $135, Rusev, $125, Billie Kay, $100, Bobby Fish, $70, Buddy Murphy, $50, and Humberto Carrillo, $25, all on the site.

Attitude Era fans can pay Lita $100 and Mark Henry $80 for a message, so it's not that much to let someone know they're in the Hall of Pain!

Teddy Long can even tell you about going one-on-one with the Undertaker for just $100.

No idea if you have to pay extra for Henry to wear his infamous salmon jacket in the video. Image: WWE.com
No idea if you have to pay extra for Henry to wear his infamous salmon jacket in the video. Image: WWE.com
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Current world champion Manny Pacquiao will record a message for $1000 and UFC champ Kamaru Usman charges $150.

There's some fight sport legends like Tito Ortiz, Randy Couture, Chuck Liddell and Joe Calzaghe signed up to the service.

Quite frankly I can feel myself getting into some serious debt just to hear some of these guys cut a promo on me or wish me Happy Birthday, even though that's not till October.

Who would you like a message from most?

Topics: Football News, Chelsea, Celebrity News, Premier League, Sky Sports, WWE, Portsmouth

Ryan Sidle
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