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  1. I love when a toy company makes figures most people may not realize they want or need. That is the story of today's review as we look at WWE Elite Bob Backlund. We want to extend our thanks to Mattel for the review sample. The packaging is the standard Elite box that we already know what to expect from Mattel, showing the figure within and an image of WWE Hall of Famer Bob Backlund in the upper right corner. Taking the figure out of the package, he comes packed with a championship belt and has a real cloth robe and towel around his neck. The toy looks like Backlund, not
  2. Well, WWE Universe action figure completists, it's "time to face the facts." WWE's very own undisputed loser, Curt Hawkins, makes his Elite figure debut with two different ring gear colors. Trained by ECW original Mikey Whipwreck, Curt Hawkins made his wrestling debut in 2004 and has been an active wrestler ever since. We want to extend our thanks to Mattel for these review samples.Mattel has graced us with not just one, but two Curt Hawkins Elite figures. Honestly, it took me a few minutes to even notice that they were in fact different. With one just having black pants instead of bl
  3. Mattel WWE Elite 63: Shelton Benjamin Before I post the review, I'd like to say that if you don't have the WWE network do yourself a favor and sign up for a free month and watch the Edge and Christian show. Today I'm going to review a former amateur wrestler, billed as the Gold standard, one half of "The World's Greatest Tag Team" and a staple of the ruthless aggression era Shelton Benjamin. We want to extend our thanks to Mattel for the review sample. Mattel has graced us with not just one but two Shelton Benjamin elite figures. Granted that
  4. WWE Elite Pete Dunne Before I post the review, I'd like to take a moment and pay our respect to one of the greatest wrestling interviewers, "Mean" Gene Okerland, who passed away this past week. Pound for pound one of the best British wrestlers in recent history is now officially immortalized in plastic. We want to extend our thanks to Mattel for the review sample. With his smaller size, distinctive look, and a wrestling style that makes people pay attention to him, Pe
  5. Retrofest Honky Tonk Man Review He is the Honky Tonk man ... he's cool, cocky and bad! One of the longest reigning Intercontinental Champions during the Hogan era. Mattel has finally immortalized Honky Tonk Man into the Retrofest line. The Retrofest series is a fun collector driven series that pay homage to WWE (WWF) retro arcade game. Huge thanks to Mattel for sending this figure my way to review. The packaging is absolutely one of, if not the best, packages you can possibly pick up as a collector. It looks like you could actually play the arcade game. Every bit of t
  6. Halloween is merely a week away and I finally get to do something Halloween and wrestling related. Mattel and WWE have been doing some fun stuff with their Zombies line and who better to review than the Demon king himself, Finn Balor! Thank you to Mattel for the review sample. Zombie Finn Balor comes packaged in a slight redesign of the zombie packaging that has become a stable of the series. It seems a bit more streamlined than the previous packaging and, I feel, a bit more eye-catching. The Zombie line has been a fun and creative use of wrestlers. It's fun to take them o
  7. Thank you, no for a basic figure she is just fine. This series isn't meant to be a high end collectable but there is something a bit off about her face.
  8. Rowdy Ronda Rousey makes her debut as a standard figure in the newest wave of Mattel's WWE basic line as part of series 90. First off, thank you to Mattel for the review sample. How does this figure stand up against the person it is trying to emulate in plastic form? Let's first look at the packaging, which for some odd reason seems to be different for the line this time around. Nothing super obvious, but it feels more streamlined than previous waves. But, that could just be me? The image of Ronda is great and the way she is packaged really gives the impression of importa
  9. When you look at the dark side, careful you must be ... for the dark side looks back really wanted to put it's a trap from the first episode of Yoda Chronicles LOL
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