Here is an expansive rundown of all the new figures shown during the WWE Panel at SDCC 2019, including new figures of some current stars and some vintage icons, including The New Daniel Bryan, Becky Lynch, Kofi Kingston and The New Day, Kairi Sane, EC3, Freddie Blassie, Natalya, Lars Sullivan, Viscera, Gorilla Monsoon, Brock Lesnar, Sting, and many more.
Plus, a look at the new WWE and Masters of the Universe crossover figures!
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On October 27 in Caroline’s Comedy Club on Broadway in NYC, Ringside Fest 2018 was held! Featuring an autograph signing with The Undisputed Era, Kurt Angle and Matt Hardy, the event helmed by Ringsidecollectibles.com also included a first look at many upcoming WWE action figures from Mattel.
This video shows off many new basic and elite figures, as well as their Hasbro style figures, 12″ inch scale figures, and a new playset and… car? Yep, Braun Strowman has a car, and it’s going to get these hands!
New prototypes were displayed for the first time of The Velveteen Dream, Jeff Hardy, Shayna Bayzler, and Randy Orton, as well as others including a brand new Elite Ronda Rousey, Eric Young, Nia Jax, Ric Flair, Entrance Greats Elias (you can hear his music in this video), and more. Plus, the debut of the NEW Elimination Chamber playset!
Mattel brought plenty of new WWE figures and roleplay items out for NY Toy Fair 2017, and here is your walk-through of some of what was on display. The big item here is the new real-scale ring that Mattel is making to compete with Wicked Cool Toys rings, and this Mattel one features electronics, a new commentator’s table and chairs, and an exclusive Goldberg figure that will never be made again. Also being shown was some new Tough Talkers figures and the accompanying ring for the figures, championship belts, and figures from the latest Elite series.
Not pictured here is the second wave of their WWE Zombies figures, which were only shown during the Collector’s event the night before. Wave two includes Seth Rollins, Sasha Banks, AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Brock Lesnar, and Stone Cold Steve Austin. They also debuted a new line of NXT action figures, which includes some familiar faces along with a few debuting wrestlers.
PLEASE NOTE: There was a weird audio glitch here, so some viewers may have trouble hearing the sound. It was expored in mono instead of stereo, so if you do not hear any sound, try using headphones.