New Customs: Sin Cara Negro, Dolph Ziggler, and Ultimate Warrior January 15, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
Sin Cara Negro- The black and silver Sin Cara pointedly told the world that the blue and gold Sin Cara had stolen his identity as Mistico in the past and proclaimed that their match at WWE Hell in a Cell would decide who would be known as Sin Cara. This is Hunico with the mask.
Dolph Ziggler- With his sculpted physique and cocksure attitude, Ziggler gives off the aura of an athlete who knows exactly what he’s doing. World champion in 2012? Maybe the Royal Rumble can give us a clue soon.
Ultimate Warrior- My favorite wrestler in history. Don’t ask me why! This is my Mattel elite version of the famous 1 of 5 USA “Warrior America” exclusive by Jakks Pacific in 2004/
New Customs: Smoking Gunns, Dory Funk Jr, Baron Mikel Scicluna January 10, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
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The Smoking Gunns was a professional wrestling tag team of kayfabe brothers Billy and Bart Gunn. As a team, the Smoking Gunns won the WWF Tag Team Championship three times.
Dory Funk Jr. is the son of Dory Funk Sr. and brother of Terry Funk. He is credited with the invention of the Texas cloverleaf submission hold and runs the Funking Conservatory, a professional wrestling school.
“Baron” Mikel Scicluna started wrestling during the 1950s, and used the name Mike Valentino early in his career. Scicluna worked primarily in Canada until 1965, when he ventured to the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF), now known as WWE, using his most famous moniker “Baron” Mikel Scicluna.
New Customs: Kane, Sheamus, and Bret Hart January 8, 2012Posted by skribbel24 in Customs.
Kane – Wherever Kane goes, all-out annihilation travels swiftly by his side. And until the day that he is finally at peace, his “Big Red” shadow will undoubtedly continue to strike fear in the hearts of anyone who dares steps in the ring with him. This figure depicts his resurrection and current carnage in WWE.
Sheamus – In a relative short span of time, Sheamus has accomplished what other Superstars work their entire careers to attain. And any Superstar with the guts to take him on will face more than the “luck of the Irish.” They will also be taking on the pure brutality of one of its most dangerous countrymen.
Bret Hart – Almost a decade after his last taste of championship merit, The Hit Man’s triumph emphasized a key ideal of the statement he made famous so many years before. Enduring a career-ending injury and stroke, through so much controversy and tragedy, Bret Hart reaffirmed why he truly is the “best there ever will be.” This figure is from his WCW stint.