We love championship belts on our wrestling figures, and chances are you do too. Mattel joined forces with Ringside Collectibles to release this exclusive five-pack of rare or never before seen belts to fit your toys. Is it worth the money, or is this belt best left the way of the WWF Canadian Heavyweight Title (as in obscure and forgotten)? Watch the video to find out.
He’s phenomenal, but how is his action figure? We continue to look at the WWE Mattel Retro action figures by looking at AJ Styles from series 3. AJ is a personal favorite of ours, so we have some high hopes for it – watch the video to see if it delivers or if we “clash” opinions about it! See what we did there? Yeah, you do.
This action figure is good for all mankind! We continue to look at the WWE Mattel Retro action figures by looking at Mankind from series 2. If only we had a Hasbro-sixed cell to toss him off the top of… well, we can dream.
When you hear the glass crash, you better… well, Youtube has ruined our monetization enough without us cursing in the descriptions. We continue to look at the WWE Mattel Retro action figures by looking at “Stone Cold” Steve Austin from series 2. Stunners for everyone! Bah gawd!
Do you smell what Nerd News Today is cooking? Today we look at the WWE Mattel Retro action figures, and start with The Rock from series 2. Will the People’s Champ be chosen by us as a great figure, or is this entry from Mattel rock bottom? Watch the video to find out.
Here is the third video of the great cosplays we saw during NYCC 2017 at the Javits Center. Included in this video is characters from Voltron: Legendary Defender, Star Wars, The Magic School Bus, Overwatch, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Velma from Scooby-Doo, The Flash, X-Men, Ghostbusters, Teen Titans, Avatar: The Last Airbender, pro wrestlers, and much more!
It’s the first of three videos featuring some of the cosplayers we saw at NYCC 2017. There were so many to film that capturing them all would be impossible, but we did our best to get some of our favorites. This video includes cosplayers as Daredevil, Teen Titans, WWE characters, Star Wars character, Batman: The Animated Series, Deadpool, Squirrel Girl, Ghostbusters, Game of Thrones, Street Fighter, and more.
Super7 always brings the awesome with their booth! In addition to having some very sought-after NYCC 2017 exclusives, the California-based company also debuted several new lines of figures and mini-figures at the event plus showed off a better look at some items coming soon, including their WWE Legends line, Robotech, The Worst, Luchadors, Iron Maiden, Street Fighter, and more Masters of the Universe figures.
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.
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!