The Beast from the East, Bam Bam Bigelow returns to Mattel’s WWE Elite action figure line. As part of Wal-Mart’s exclusive ‘Then, Now, Forever’ line, this highly articulated six-inch version of Bam Bam is a long anticipated item for me, but was it worth the wait? Check out the video review to find out.
The most fearsome force in NXT right now, Samoa Joe has made his action figure debut this year with Mattel’s WWE line. In Elite Series 43, we get our first Joe with super-articulation and accessories.
How good is this Samoan wrecking machine? Check out the review video to find out!
Before hardcore was even a thing, there was Terry Funk. In this figure from Mattel’s WWE Elite Series 41, we get the legendary Terry Funk as he looked during his run as ECW Heavyweight Champion in 1997 (winning the belt at their first pay-per-view, “Barely Legal”).
I missed out on the old style Funker, but was happy to scoop this one up. How does Terry compare to the rest of the figures from Mattel’s WWE series? Watch this review to find out!
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.
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!
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.
Paige is one of my favorite wrestlers on the current WWE roster, but how does her action figure stand up against the ranks of the rest of the six-inch plastic locker room? Check out this review to get a closer look at this NXT and Diva’s champ, and determine if she is good enough for your collection.
Check out the new WWE Micro Maulers from Wicked Cool Toys. This set of mini-figures of pro wrestling stars from the past and present is a fun bucket of nostalgia, but is it worth your hard earned cash? Check out the video to find out!
Matty Collector announced another Mattel exclusive for San Diego Comic Con 2016, and this one is here to rule the world!
Joining their other extensive line-up of previously announced items, WWE is getting a new exclusive in the form of the infamous WCW wrestler, The Shockmaster. This poor guy debuted by falling through a wall and ruining his grand entrance, as well as losing his silver-spray painted stormtrooper helmet in the process. The character was a mess and lasted for a very short time, much like this exclusive.
Check out photos and their official description below:
WWE® Elite Figure Shockmaster™ Limited Edition – $30
Die-hard WWE® fans will enjoy the ultimate tribute to the legendary Shockmaster™ with this Elite 6-inch figure. This limited edition figure celebrates the iconic debut of The Shockmaster™ at WCW® Clash of the Champions XXIV, and is packaged in a unique way to recreate his epic fall during his television debut. He also comes with his entrance coat that was intended to enhance his first ever appearance. Now WWE® fans have a chance to celebrate one of sports entertainment’s most talked about Superstars!
This product will be available for pre-order at MattyCollector.com on June 16, 2016 for subscribers only (Early Access), and from June 17 through June 26 for everyone else (All Access). Orders must be picked up in person at San Diego Comic-Con. Products will also be available for purchase at the convention. Details on this and more to come.
If you don’t know who this guy is, sit back and enjoy the video (and if you do know, better just watch it again):
Yoinks! WWE Studios and Warner Bros. have just announced a sequel to the amazing Scooby Doo and the Wrestlemania Mystery movie (seriously, you need to see it), and this one looks more insane than the last.
WWE Studios tweeted this image along with the following text: “Get ready…Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon is coming this Summer to Blu-ray, DVD and DHD!”
Not much else is known about this movie yet, but it would appear that the Undertaker will have a big role in this one, along with Triple H and what looks like Paige next to him.
What excites me the most about this is the Wacky Racers elements. In this picture, we see at least four different race cars, and I am sure each of those is driven by a different pro wrestler. It appears the car on the left might say “Brie”, because we can see what looks like the last three letters of that name there so Brie Bella will be racing. The bull car might be Los Matadores, and the black car next to the Mystery Machine is anyone’s guess.
I legit can not wait for this movie, and if you are a fan of WWE, Scooby Doo, and animated nonsense, this will be the cartoon for you.