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  1. This my Jazwares UFC Ultimates Series 2020 Limited Edition Light Heavy Weight Champion Jon Jones action figure video review.
  2. It was announced back during Toy Fair in February that Jazwares would be doing figures for the UFC, and now we are getting official images giving you your first look at the figures as well as info for the line. See the press release and images below: Jazwares, a global leader in play, and UFC, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization, are teaming up to bring the exciting world of UFC and mixed martial arts into homes everywhere with a new line of UFC action figures and role play collectibles. Now available for pre-sale at Ringside Collectibles, Jazwares’ UFC collectible line is coming soon to Amazon and will be available in Walmart stores in early August. The collectibles line features current and former UFC champions including UFC lightweight champion Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedov, UFC light heavyweight champion Jon “Bones” Jones, former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion “The Notorious” Conor McGregor. Additional fighters such as former light heavyweight and heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier, former featherweight champion Max Holloway and UFC lightweight Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone are also featured in the collection. The UFC Ultimate Series limited-edition figures by Jazwares are the most detailed, realistic, and sophisticated representations of UFC athletes. Each figure features the athlete’s true-to-life details including any tattoos, their respective weight classes and realistic facial expressions. These popular athletes also come with two sets of removable hands, each with UFC gloves, feature interchangeable heads and over 30 points of articulation to recreate your favorite UFC match ups. “With an extensive roster of iconic UFC champions, this unveiling is unmatched. This new line of collectible figures will allow UFC fans, both kids and collectors, to engage and replicate the biggest UFC super-fight showdowns,” said Laura Zebersky, Chief Commercial Officer, Jazwares. “The collectibles celebrate the history and icons of the UFC today, and so we’re glad to bring this to life and offer fans authentic action figures that they can keep forever.” “Jazwares is a great partner and UFC is pleased to offer fans this new line of limited-edition action figures to celebrate some of the greatest athletes and moments in UFC history,” said UFC Senior Vice President, Global Consumer Products, Tracey Bleczinski. Today’s launch at retail includes the first wave of seven 6″ premium figures of iconic UFC athletes. Additional products will debut at retail in Fall 2020, including figures, plush, an Octagon playset and role play items such as the UFC Legacy Championship Belt.
  3. We had a lot of new stuff thrown at us during the New York Toy Fair this past weekend, but I think the company that impressed me the most was Jazwares. Now Jazwares is not new to the action figure ball game with lines like Mortal Kombat in the past, but I think they have really stepped up their game in the last several years. It started with their new line of Fortnite figures which they launched in 3.75” and 6.5” scale. That they did both scales is something becoming less and less common in today’s action figure world, but more impressive than the dual scales is that they executed both very well. They managed to give us detailed and articulated figures with a fair amount of accessories, all at an affordable price. In the larger 6.5” scale, that is not terribly uncommon. But in the smaller 3.75” scale, more and more we are told that just isn’t possible. On top of all that, the Jazwares Fortnite stuff is something I have found to be easily obtainable at various major retailers. Imagine that, being able to go into a store with a reasonable expectation of finding what you are looking for. Now in all honesty, Fortnite is a property that I personally have little interest in, something I think might be true with many adult action figure collectors. After all, the line is based on a video game property that is hugely popular with young kids more than adults. Even though the line itself seems to have been well done in multiple scales and released in large numbers at affordable prices, it may not have really entered the radar of those who collect action figures. This year, that might change. Jazwares is expanding their action figure portfolio with several new properties, all of which should register more with adults. The first line includes figures from the new AEW wrestling league (which airs on TNT), the new competitor to WWE. Now for me personally, I don’t watch much wrestling anymore and have yet to watch a single episode of AEW. So I have no personal attachment to this line, however I was blown away with the detail when I saw their new figures in person. The likenesses were uncanny, and the designs and articulation looked really good. Wrestling figures can sometimes be difficult to make look good, because the characters don’t generally wear a lot of clothing to hide things like joints. I think Jazwares knocked these out of the ball park, so much so that I am actually tempted to go start watching AEW wrestling for the first time. They are also doing an incredibly huge wrestling ring for these guys to fight in, bigger than any ring of this type I have seen done before. If you are a wrestling fan, this is a line I think you will want to pay close attention to. Next up is UFC. Similar to the AEW stuff, these figures, while still in early prototype phase, looked pretty good as well. I can’t wait until everyone gets to see these. Finally comes Halo, another video game based line. Unlike Fortnite, this is a game series more appealing to adults. Like with Fortnite, Jazwares will be doing figures in both 3.75” and 6.5” scales. Also like with the Fortnite, the figures in both scales seem to be well made with a fair amount of articulation and will include decent accessories. We are even getting vehicles right out the gate with the 3.75” stuff, a cool looking Halo buggy that is decently sized and only costs $30. Makes you wonder why other companies are releasing similar sized stuff at twice that cost??? Besides vehicles, the 3.75” figures are said to be in actual scale with one another so that they aren’t all the same size and they will come with connecting figure diorama type stands to help re-create scenes from the game. Now since none of these newer figures have yet to be released, I can’t speak on availability. But my guess is they will be as widely available as the Fortnite stuff. All-in-all I think it’s safe to say Jazwares is really firing on all cylinders right now. While they still might not be working with many of the super popular properties that are out there, I think everyone should take notice of what they are doing and how they seem to be accomplishing things that other companies say just isn’t possible anymore in today’s turbulent retail environment. Check out more images for upcoming Jazwares products that were shown off during Toy Fair last weekend in the GALLERY below. IMG_7824.MOV IMG_7825.MOV IMG_7826.MOV IMG_7827.MOV IMG_7828.MOV
  4. Jazwares, a global leader in play, and UFC, the world’s premier mixed martial arts organization (MMA), have teamed up for a new line of action figures, role play items and a playset. Featuring fan-favorite athletes such as “The Notorious” Conor McGregor, Jon “Bones” Jones, Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone, Daniel “DC” Cormier, Khabib “The Eagle” Nurmagomedov and Max “Blessed” Holloway. The new UFC line will be on display at Jazwares’ booth during the 2020 New York Toy Fair this weekend and will hit retail locations in late spring. “With massive star power and around the clock coverage, UFC has built a reputation for breaking barriers and pushing the limits of sports to become one of the most widely viewed entertainment franchises in the world,” said Laura Zebersky, Chief Commercial Officer, Jazwares. UFC toys & action figures are highly detailed and realistic representations of UFC athletes that offer fans a lot of fun ways to play, whether they are adult fanatics or kids recreating some of MMA’s biggest events. The product line includes both 6” premium articulated and plush figures with sounds perfect for both adults and kids looking to collect their favorite fighters. Additional products will include an Octagon® playset and role play items such as the UFC Legacy Championship Belt. Jazwares and UFC are also planning to add more athletes to the line with a second wave of figures to be released later this year. “Together with Jazwares, we are creating an expansive UFC toy and figurine line that is sure to become a must have for MMA fans of all ages,” said Tracey Bleczinski, Senior Vice President Global Consumer Products at UFC.
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