The lights are actually pretty cool for stages and such. I found em at TARGET down the flashlight aisle(?) you can buy a 2 pack for $3 or a 4pk for $5. They are desposeable but they're suppost to last up to 170 hours. As for the fencing. Its chicken wire that you can buy at Lowes or Home Depot. Sucks cutting though cause I have to cut it at an angle to make it look like fencing. The stuff I bought is very straight (x & Y) type fencing. The stage its self, also constructed with foam board, blk felt covers up the underlining. and the bricks and signs are printouts. They just look so good cause I printed them off at Kinkos with a laser printer, then had them laminated to protect it. The front of the stage also has the pleather material on it, same as the mats. The material has some minor padding under it, so It works really nice for the mat feel. Hope these tips help any customizers.
its amazing i love the lights, please tell us where you got them or what ones they are? my only problem is i think the cage walls on the entrance shouldnt be facing straight, they should be opened up a little (if you know what i mean) so people can see the wrestlers