Hoping to demonstrate that he is an “old-school wrestling fan,” 21-year-old Terry Reid is wearing a WWF t-shirt, unaware that it is a piece of fundraising merchandise from the World Wildlife Fund.

“I’m more into the stuff from the ‘70s and ‘80s — that was the golden era of wrestling,” says Reid, who is presently sitting fourth-row ringside at a WWE house show and is seemingly unaware of the significance of the panda logo on his chest.

Reid, who prefers to describe WWE as “The Fed” — insider terminology that refers to the company’s former name, World Wrestling Federation — bought the t-shirt last week at a thrift store near his home Toronto.

Though he was somewhat puzzled when the store clerk said she was “an animal lover too,” he dismissed the remark as a reference to George Steele.

Reid also has an NWA t-shirt at home, though he hasn’t figured out that it refers to ‘90s hip-hop group Niggaz With Attitude, not the National Wrestling Alliance.