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WWE Authentic Scale Classic Cage Accessory Set Unboxing & Review

Following up on our review of the Wicked Cool Toys Authentic Scale Ring, myself and Vinny Lupo got ahold of one of the accessories for this enormous ring – the Authentic Scale Classic Cage Accessory set. Here, we show you how to put this thing together and how it looks on the ring. Is this retro add-on worth picking up to add onto your ring? Watch the review to find out.

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WWE Authentic Scale Ring (RAW Edition) Unboxing & Review

Let’s get ready to…. well, that is copyrighted so never mind that. How about we step into the ring for some wrasslin’ instead?

Today we check out the WWE Authentic Scale Ring from Wicked Cool Toys. This is the RAW Edition, based on the set-up for WWE’s flagship program, “Monday Night Raw”. The concept behind this playset is that this ring is meant to be in-scale with the actual WWE ring to give you a more authentic experience (hence the name) and a great place to display your figures.

Matthew and Andrea show you how to construct this massive wrestling ring and let you know if it is worth picking up for your wrestling fan, so take a look at the video to see if it walks out a winner!

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Photo Gallery: Tamashii Nations gets RAW with WWE Action Figures

Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, steps into the ring with new S.H. Figuarts WWE action figures from Tamashii Nations featuring iconic professional wrestlers The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Triple H.

Tamashii Nations’ new 6-inch wresting figures are their first products developed for the WWE Universe. The figures are fully poseable with over 30 points of articulation and each figure makes use of Tamashii’s proprietary Digital Color Technology on the head sculpts, resulting in portraits with an uncanny lifelike resemblance to the WWE superstars.

All S.H. Figuarts WWE figures are packed with signature accessories, optional expression parts, and interchangeable hands.

The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin figures are available now at Toys R Us stores and hobby and specialty shops nationwide, including RingsideCollectibles.com. Triple H debuts this week, first at RingsideCollectibles.com, followed by retail and specialty shops. Then in July “The Brothers of Destruction” Undertaker and Kane—available for pre-order now—join the line.

S.H. Figuarts WWE The Rock
Height: Approx. 6.25 inches · MSRP: $49.99 · Available Now!
Can you smell what the Rock is cooking? S.H. Figuarts is proud to present the action figure for America’s top WWE wrestler: The Rock. This 6.25″ (16cm) figure brings all of S.H. Figuarts technology has to bear to replicate the wrestler in all his glory. The Rock includes three heads with different expressions, one pair of posable hands, three pairs of fixed-pose hands, and a microphone.

S.H. Figuarts WWE Stone Cold Steve Austin
Height: Approx. 6.25 inches · MSRP: $49.99 · Available Now!
Here’s the bottom line, ’cause Stone Cold says so! S.H. Figuarts is proud to present the action figure of one of America’s top WWE wrestlers: Stone Cold Steve Austin. This 6.25″ (16cm) figure brings all of S.H. Figuarts technology has to bear to replicate the wrestler in all his glory. Stone Cold’s figure includes three heads with different expressions, two pairs of posable hands, a vest, two cans, and two “splash effect” parts.

S.H. Figuarts WWE Triple H
Height: Approx. 6.25 inches · MSRP: $51.99 · Available Now!
The king of kings, Triple H, joins the S.H.Figurarts series as he appeared in the late 1990s. Full action gimmicks and posing let you replicate all his trademark moves! The 160mm figure includes two optional expression parts, optional left and right hands, left and right hands with posable fingers, sledgehammer, and water bottle.

S.H. Figuarts WWE Undertaker
Height: Approx. 6.5 inches · MSRP: $54.99 · Available July
From out of the shadows comes the latest addition to the S.H.Figuarts WWE line, the ominous Undertaker! Undertaker is meticulously realized in 6-inch scale with strategically placed joints for ultimate articulation. Set includes his iconic hat, interchangeable right hand, jointed interchangeable hands (left and right), and interchangeable heads (x3).

S.H. Figuarts WWE Kane
Height: Approx. 6.5 inches · MSRP: $54.99 · Available July
The incredibly articulated and realistic S.H. Figuarts WWE line continues with “The Big Red Machine,” Kane! This spectacular 6-inch rendition of Kane comes with a variety of accessories including and interchangeable head piece designed with his iconic mask. Set includes interchangeable hands (left and right), jointed interchangeable hands (left and right), towel, and 2 interchangeable heads.

Bluefin is the exclusive North American master distributor for a comprehensive array of Bandai Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts products for numerous hit pop culture properties including Dragon Ball, Kamen Rider, Naruto, Power Rangers, Sailor Moon, Star Wars, Suicide Squad, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Bruce Lee, Freddie Mercury and more.

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WWE Network Spotlight Big Bossman Review

It’s been a few years since Mattel gave us a Big Bossman figure, but this re-release of him as part of Toys R’ Us’ WWE Network Spotlight series gives collectors like me a second chance at adding him to my toy shelf. In this review, we talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly with this figure, and determine if he is good enough to step into the ring with your other figures.

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WWE Elite Series 43 Kevin Owens

He’s making a huge splash on the main card, but in series 43 of WWE Elite figures, Kevin Owens has just shown in all his glory to invade your wrestling figure collection.

The figure debut of KO, how does he compare to the rest of the WWE elite figures from Mattel and is this version good enough to beat up your six-inch John Cena figures?

Check out the video review to find out!

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WWE Basic Series 61 Natalya Review

Natalya has been a pillar of the women’s division in WWE for some time, and I had been waiting for my favorite look to come out so I could finally get a figure of her. I really dug the outfit she wore while she was a valet for Tyson Kidd and Cesaro, and in WWE Basic Series 61 we finally got that toy.

The figure has some pros and cons, so check out the review in the video above to find out if this is the definitive version of this diva or not.

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