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Actual rubber figures which would bounce when you bounced them from the floor. There was Super Fly Jimmy Snuka, Iron Sheik, Capton Lou Albano, Hillbilly Jim, Ricky The Dragon Steamboat, Nikoli Volkov, Jimmy Heart, Hulk Hogan & Andre the Giant, of course. There was also a ring that they sold for them to wrestle in.
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Heather - August 13, 2007 - Report this comment
I had a Rowdy Roddy Piper figure that I used to sleep with at night. I had such a crush on him.
Tim - September 28, 2007 - Report this comment
Oh man i had a Brutus The Barber Beefcake, British Bulldogs, Jake the Snake, Hulk, Million Dollar Man
dan - December 17, 2007 - Report this comment
damn, i had hulk hogan, roddy piper, nikoli volkolff,iron sheik,lou albano, macho man, goerge the animal steele, andre the giant,plus many others and the big wrestling ring. lol. dont know what happened to all of them?
Steve-o - January 03, 2008 - Report this comment
Man I also had the junk yard dog along with the giant ring!! These rocked.
lazzdazed - April 02, 2008 - Report this comment
i bet nobody remembers the carrying case that was yellow and had cartoons of all the wrestlers inside
mark4704 - June 02, 2008 - Report this comment
I still have Hulk Hogan (yellow trunks), Roddy Piper, JYD, Harley Race, Paul Orndorff, ,George the animal steele, Tito Santana, Ricky the Dragon Steamboat, Hillbilly Jim, Rick Rude, Big John Studd, Freddie Blassie, Jim nidehart, with the ring. Make an offer! m.hollett@hotmail.com
Nicky - August 03, 2008 - Report this comment
My brother had a big colection of them and one of his favorites was King Kong Bundy!!
Tina - August 23, 2008 - Report this comment
I'm hoping someone might be able to tell me the name of a wrestlers I just came across some wrestling figures and for the life of it I can not remember this guys name and my son wants to know The wrestler is very familiar to me but his name just wont come to me He is wearing a viking hat brown with horns coming out the sides and brown fuzzy shorts if anyone know who this is please let me know
Dan - September 11, 2008 - Report this comment
Ithink his name is The Beserker
Stewie - September 13, 2008 - Report this comment
Yeah I remember the Berserker. Huss, huss, huss, huss!!
Pete - September 26, 2008 - Report this comment
I remember how Andre the Giant cost more 'cause there was so much more rubber! :-)
jonathan - December 26, 2008 - Report this comment
i believe the guys name with the hat an horns was the barbarian.
SDB - January 31, 2009 - Report this comment
I had Hogan, Andre, Big John Studd and the Iron Shiek... had a blast with them, even though the shiek had 1 arm up and down..hard to recreate wrestling moves with arms that didnt move
craig - March 20, 2009 - Report this comment
i collected a bunch of the rubber wrestlers too. i still have them to this day, in a box in my room. i havejunk yard dog, bobby hennan, king kong bundy, brutus beefcake, greg the hammer valentine, capt lou, ricky the dragon steamboat, jimmy hart, both british bulldogs, iron sheik, hulk hogan, randy savage, andre the giant, mr. wonderful, the body, hot rod, george the animal steele, hillbilly jim, big john studd, mean gene, classy freddie blassy, tito santana, nikolai volkoff, corporal kirscher,ted arcidia. plus i still have the ring.they are all still in mint condition.
JFJr. - May 14, 2009 - Report this comment
i have a bunch of wrestlers...are they worth anything??
aaron - August 13, 2009 - Report this comment
I have 49 of the original LJN wrestlers, unfortunately they are unpackaged but have been stored in plastic for years and are mint. I also have the original ring.AND I have over 1000 other figures, from manager and signature series to titan tron series, many completes sets and all are still in original packaging and mint. I showed a picture of a room to Mick Foley where i have them displayed and he said i needed to get a girlfriend LOL.
Walt - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
I still have Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat; "Macho Man" Randy Savage; George "The Animal" Steele (he had a green tongue) and I also have Miss Elizabeth! I recreated that WM III feud so often when I was a kid :P
Bill - October 07, 2009 - Report this comment
I had 2 Hulk Hogans, King Kong Bundy, JYD, the Dream Team, Corporal Kirschner, Classy Freddie Blassie, Nicoli Volcoff, and the ring. The ring got cracked pretty bad from so much use. I had to put a stack of books underneath it so that the bottom wouldnt break through. And the legs of a few of the wrestlers ripped off at the knees from putting the figure 4 on them so much. LOL Those were good times. Id like to find a decent collection inluding the ring, to buy at a reasonable price. If you have o collection like that, please contact me at divetto_turner@yahoo.com. Thanks.
Tom - January 18, 2010 - Report this comment
I still have every wrestler and manager that was ever made. Didn't go for those variants except for Andre who I have all 3. I remember buying more than one JYD and Jesse Ventura to make up other wrestlers. Made up the Road Warriors with a painted Ventura who looked like Hawk and used Demolition's Ax. Still play with them every once in a while with my two boys. Still the best WWF figures made to date. Imagine the type of federations going on if they had kept up the line throughout the 90's and 2000's
AMANDA - February 06, 2010 - Report this comment
My husband has 29 wrestlers and a ref...but he got rid of the ring when he was a kid. Actually he wanted to get rid of all the guys too but i wouldnt let him! I am looking to buy the ring. We have a son that plays with them and we would love it if we had the ring also! Any one know where I could get one?? If so please email me at ajp1211@sbcglobal.net Thanks so much!!
the great taboo - February 10, 2010 - Report this comment
i have them all except 1 ,red shirt hulk hogan.mine are all loose but in excelent condition.these are collectiors items now.if thier missing noses or fingers,feet or majior paint loss thier not worth much.just try a flee market or ebay
jeffo - March 24, 2010 - Report this comment
80stoyshop.com in cardiff is the place for wwf wrestlers from the 80's they have loads
kallen - April 19, 2010 - Report this comment
i have a toy wrestler that came with a stage and he has shorts, and a long sleeve shirt with a skull on it. but i dont know who it is
blayke - May 05, 2010 - Report this comment
i have 2 macho man randy savage toys, a wrath/brian adams, bill goldberg, bret hart(in pieces) and sting with a scorpion on his chest
Rickardo - July 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Hello all I HAVE MANY Over 300 used out of the packed WWF figures from late 80s to late 90s, Over 200 VHS Videos and over 500 Original WWF Magazines. some may have posters taken out n the odd rip but pretty much looking in good condition. Looking for Buyers pls contact RickardoStewart@yahoo.co.uk
DJ - September 17, 2010 - Report this comment
WWF Hasbro Action Figures The WWF Hasbro Action Figure line was an action figure toyline based on the wrestlers of the WWF. They were made by the toy company Hasbro from 1990 to 1994. The toys were made of plastic and each had a signature action move. Most of the moves were repeated in multiple figures. Critics of the line complain that the figures were too "cartoonish" especially coming off of the highly acclaimed Wrestling Superstars line from LJN, which sold the rights to Hasbro after their final run of figures in 1989. These figures have become quite collectible, partly due to the popularity of pro wrestling in general, and the line being introduced at the peak of wrestling figures becoming "collectibles". While some have very high value still in their original package, the most common loose figures ranges from $1-$5. In poor condition most of the line isn't worth very much due to their great abundance. The figures that remain carded can command much higher prices though. In good condition a MOC (mint on card) figure can range from $20 or so for a Jake "The Snake" Roberts or Big Bossman to $200-$800 or more for a Dusty Rhodes to the unbelievable rare Kamala with a Moon on his belly. Other carded figures that can sell for hundreds are the 1992 Series on American Cards such as Brutus Beefcake #2 and Ultimate Warrior #3. A large number of the collection has been released on foreign (usually French or Spanish) cards, and are of far less value than cards that are all in English writing, due to their abundance. For example, a 1992 Ultimate Warrior Mint on an American Card can fetch upwards of $150-$175 US, while the exact same figure on a French card may get around $15-$20 US. Contents 1 Complete collection 1.1 Series 1 - 1990 1.2 Series 2 - 1991 1.3 Series 3 - 1992 1.4 Series 4 - 1992 1.5 Series 5 - 1993 1.6 Series 6 - 1993 1.7 Yellow Cards - Series 7 - 1993 1.8 Red Cards - Series 8 - 1994 1.9 Purple Cards - Series 9 - 1994 1.10 Dark Blue Cards - Series 10 - 1994 1.11 Green Cards - Series 11 - 1994 1.12 Other 1.12.1 Rings 1.12.2 Mini wrestlers 1.12.3 Miscellaneous items 2 Prototypes Complete collection Series 1 - 1990 Hulk Hogan with Gorilla Press Slam! The Ultimate Warrior with Ultimate Smash! (green tights) Andre The Giant with Giant Jolt! Demolition Ax with Ax Attack! Demolition Smash with Demolition Smasher! Ravishing Rick Rude with Rude Awakening Headlock! Randy "Macho Man" Savage with Elbow Smash! Akeem with Body Slam! The Big Bossman with Hard Time Slam! (with night stick; plump and wearing shades) Ted DiBiase with Million Dollar Punch! (Black Tux; with Million Dollar Belt) Jake "The Snake" Roberts with Python Punch! (with snake 'Damian') Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake with Sleeper Hold! (with shears) Series 2 - 1991 Singles Hulk Hogan with Hulkster Hug! The Ultimate Warrior with Ultimate Slam! (white tights) Honky Tonk Man with Rattle and Roll! (with guitar) Dusty Rhodes with Dust Buster! Dusty Rhodes with Dust Buster! (With Yellow Boots and Tan Skin) Rowdy Roddy Piper with Piper Punch! Jimmy Snuka with Superfly Slam! "Macho King" Randy Savage with Macho Masher! (with crown and sceptor) ("Macho King" on the back of tights) Hacksaw Jim Duggan with Hack Attack! (with 2x4) Ted DiBiase with Million Dollar Stomp! (Green Tux; with Million Dollar Belt)" Tag Teams The Bushwhackers Butch with Down and Out Blaster! and Luke with Down Under Pounder! The Rockers Marty Jannetty with Rocker Dropper! and Shawn Michaels with Rocker Shocker! Demolition Smash with Demolition Smasher! and Crush with Crush Cruncher! (with Helmets) SummerSlam Card Re-Releases Hulk Hogan with Hulkster Hug! The Bushwhackers Butch with Down and Out Blaster! and Luke with Down Under Pounder! The Rockers Marty Jannetty with Rocker Dropper! and Shawn Michaels with Rocker Shocker! Demolition Smash with Demolition Smasher! and Crush with Crush Cruncher! Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake with Sleeper Hold! (with shears) Jake "The Snake" Roberts with Python Punch! (with snake) The Big Bossman with Hard Time Slam! (with night stick) The Ultimate Warrior with Ultimate Slam! Honky Tonk Man with Rattle and Roll! (with guitar) Dusty Rhodes with Dust Buster! Rowdy Roddy Piper with Piper Punch! Jimmy Snuka with Superfly Slam! "Macho King" Randy Savage with Macho Masher! (with crown and sceptor) ("Macho King" on the back of tights) Hacksaw Jim Duggan with Hack Attack! (with 2x4) Ted DiBiase with Million Dollar Stomp! (Green Tux; with Million Dollar Belt)" Series 3 - 1992 Hulk Hogan with Hulkaplex! The Ultimate Warrior with Warrior Wham! (purple tights} Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake with Beefcake Flattop! Big Bossman with Jailhouse Jam! (with nightstick, slim and no shades) Greg "The Hammer" Valentine with Hammer Slammer! Earthquake with Aftershock! Typhoon with Tidal Wave! Sgt. Slaughter with Sgt's Salute! "Macho Man" Randy Savage with Macho Masher! ("Macho Man" on the back of tights) Mr. Perfect with Perfect Plex! (yellow singlet) Koko B. Ware with Birdman Bounce! (with Frankie the Parrot) Texas Tornado with Texas Twister! Series 4 - 1992 Singles The Undertaker with Tombstone Tackle! (version with ginger hair and beard and eye shadow) Ricky Steamboat with Steamboat Springer! Bret "Hitman" Hart with Hart Attack! (version with Pink Heart on tights) Bret "Hitman" Hart with Hart Attack! (version with Purple Heart on tights) The British Bulldog with Bulldog Bash! Tag Teams The Legion of Doom Hawk with Hawk Attack! and Animal with Dooms-Dayer! The Nasty Boys Brian Knobbs with Nasticizer! and Jerry Sags with Punk Pounder! Series 5 - 1993 Hulk Hogan with Hulkster Slam! (no shirt) "Macho Man" Randy Savage with Savage Slam! (green Stetson and tassels) Sid Justice with Power Bomb! Skinner with Gator Breaker! The Mountie with Mountie Mash! (with Shock Stick) "The Model" Rick Martel with Arrogance Splash! Virgil with Bodyguard Bash! Warlord with Warlord Wham! Irwin R. Schyster with Write Off Slam! Series 6 - 1993 Ric Flair with Flair Snare! Papa Shango with Spell Binder! Tito Santana with Bullseye Bash! Repo Man with Robber Clobber! Tatanka with Tomahawk Tackle! The Berzerker with Berzerker Blast! Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart with Anvil Flattener! WWF Magazine Mail Away Exclusives Hulk Hogan (with Red Hulkamania Shirt) The Undertaker (with Red Hair) Bret "Hitman" Hart (with Purple Heart) Hulk Hogan (with gorilla press slam) UK Mailaway Hulk Hogan (with Hulkster Hug) UK Mailaway Dusty Rhodes (with Dust Buster) Unreleased UK Mailaway, Only 5 ever heard of Macho Man Randy Savage "(same as series 1)" UK Mailaway Yellow Cards - Series 7 - 1993 Kamala with Kamala Krush! (with Star on Belly) Kamala with Kamala Krush! (with Moon on Belly) Owen Hart with Rocket Blast! Crush with Kona Crusher! Nailz with Jailhouse Jab! Razor Ramon with Razor Rage! (with Gold Chains) Shawn Michaels with Conceited Crunch! (Heart Break Kid) Red Cards - Series 8 - 1994 Bam Bam Bigelow with Bam Bam Slam! Yokozuna with Sumo Smash! Lex Luger with Narcissistic Knockout! Mr. Perfect with Perfect Plex! Bret "Hitman" Hart with Hart Attack! (tanned skin, silver shades, pink vest and black pants) The Undertaker with Tombstone Tackle! (with Black Cloak and dark brown hair and beard, no eye shadow) Red Cards - Released in India Only Under Funskool Label Razor Ramon with Razor Rage! (with Copper Gold Chains) Demolition Smash with Demolition Smasher! Rowdy Roddy Piper with Piper Punch! Lex Luger with Narcissistic Knockout! Ted DiBiase with Million Dollar Punch! (Black Tux with Copper Million Dollar Belt) The Ultimate Warrior with Ultimate Slam! Purple Cards - Series 9 - 1994 Rick Steiner (Steiner Brothers) with Steiner Slam! Scott Steiner (Steiner Brothers) with Steiner Suplex! Doink The Clown with Big Top Clobber! Tatanka with Tomahawk Tackle! Ted DiBiase with Million Dollar Mash! (no shirt, tights) Hacksaw Jim Duggan with Hacksaw Slam! (with U.S.A. flag) Dark Blue Cards - Series 10 - 1994 Giant Gonzalez with Giant Jab! Marty Jannetty with Jannetty Jam! (non Rocker) Samu (Headshrinkers) with Samu Shocker! Fatu (Headshrinkers) with Fatu Flattener! Bushwhacker Luke with Down and Out Blaster! (with Removable Cap) Bushwhacker Butch with Down Under Pounder! (with Removable Cap) Shawn Michaels with Conceited Crunch! (White Tights) Shawn Michaels with Conceited Crunch! (Black Tights) Razor Ramon with Razor Rage! (Red Vest, with Gold Chains) Razor Ramon with Razor Rage! (Purple Vest, with Gold Chains) Green Cards - Series 11 - 1994 Ludvig Borga with Finland Finisher! Yokozuna with Sumo Smash! Crush with Kona Crusher! (face paint and goatee, evil) 1-2-3 Kid with 1-2-3 Punch! Adam Bomb with Nuclear Knockout! Billy Gunn with Cowboy Clobber! Bart Gunn with Rodeo Roundhouse! Other Rings Blue Ring with Blue Turnbuckles Blue Ring with Black Turnbuckles Yellow Ring - King of the Ring United Kingdom Exclusive Blue Ring with Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage figures included Blue Ring UK Exclusive with Sound Module Mini wrestlers Royal Rumble Ring w/ 6 Wrestlers (Hulk Hogan, Sgt. Slaughter, Randy Savage, Ted DiBiase, Jake "The Snake" Roberts and Big Bossman) Legion of Doom, Earthquake, and Typhoon 4 Pack Brutus Beefcake, Greg Valentine, and the Bushwhackers 4 Pack Mr. Perfect, Hacksaw Duggan, Roddy Piper, and Texas Tornado 4 pack Miscellaneous items Hulk Hogan Dress-Up Set Ultimate Warrior Dress-Up Set Jake "The Snake" Roberts' snake Damien (made of rubber with cloth bag) Kid's Championship Belt Prototypes A Rhythm & Blues Tag Team Set was planned but not produced. In a WWF Magazine in 1991, there were some prototype shots of a Greg Valentine and Honkytonk Man tag team set, featuring Valentine with black hair, white boots and a white jacket with musical notes on it (still having the Hammer Slammer move). The set was never officially produced, and there has never been any historic proof of this particular Greg Valentine figure existing outside of these prototype shots. In the Purple Card Series, a Brutus Beefcake figure was supposed to be included in his Red & Yellow Mega Maniacs outfit. He was replaced with Tatanka because Brutus had long left the WWF before the Purple Card Series was released. The original mold for the Yellow Card Shawn Michaels figure was to have his right arm straight with a spring action. That design was replaced with the current version. The final set released was on green card backs. The next set to be released would have been on orange card backs and was to include Jeff Jarrett, Diesel, Mo (from Men on a Mission), Mabel (from Men on a Mission), Lex Luger (in USA Gear), Owen Hart (King of Harts attire), and Bastion Booger. This series was never released because the contract fell through the WWF franchise. There have been sightings on ebay of a Jake Roberts figure MOC with a yellow snake, similar to the one he carried to the ring during his final WWF run in 1996-1997, named Revelations. The action figure, on a Spanish writing card, has been for sale on ebay for $550 US. However, the validity of the snake being yellow on purpose seems skeptical, being that the line was discontinued 2 years before Roberts introduced the snake on TV. There was also a second Dusty Rhodes released with yellow boots, tanner skin tone and brighter white hair. This figure has been seen on eBay over the years but never seen MOC making its true existence in question. Many hasbro sites, however, list this figure as part of the collection and if it is in fact a true hasbro release, the rarity of the figure is unknown. The original article is from Wikipedia. To view the original article please click here. Creative Commons Licence
Leonard - October 25, 2010 - Report this comment
hey i'm looking to buy some of the guy's i don't have some of mine ain't that good of shape but still play with them with my kids so if you have any and at reasonable price let me know and if you take money orders that would really help me out....Thanks and my email is leonardmac@hotmail.com to drop me a lineC7
cal2050 - September 20, 2011 - Report this comment
I have 57 in my collection of LJN's and there are about 15 more that I am looking for. If anyone has them and would be willing to sell them, let me know and we can work something out. The guys I am looking for are: Bret Hart, Ax, Bam Bam Bigelow, Jim Duggan, Hulk Hogan (white shirt), One Man Gang, Ted Dibiase, Andre The Giant (black singlet), Big Bossman, Honkytonk Man, Hulk Hogan (red shirt), Rick Rude, SD Jones (Hawaiian shirt), Referee (blue shirt)
cal2050 - September 25, 2011 - Report this comment
Sorry, you can contact me at cal2050 at yahoo dot com
Dot - December 12, 2011 - Report this comment
I had a friend named Rachelle and her brother Gus had these. She brought to school in 1st grade and let us all play with them, they wound up all over the playground. They were super bouncy. One kid got a nice red mark under his eye when someone threw one at him. The collection even had the announcer guy, that was the one I claimed first to play with.
steve - February 08, 2012 - Report this comment
hey everyone i am collector of the 80s wrestlers, i am looking for the hart foundation, killer bees, and some wcw old wrestlers as well. email me at rungs3@sasktel.net
80sChild - August 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I modified my Junk Yard Dog figure and made a Zeus figure from that Hulk Hogan Movie, lol.
Miss Rose Mary Hebert - September 16, 2013 - Report this comment
Hi, How are you? I am fine. Will you send me a request catalog or other? My address here is: Miss Rose Mary Hebert P.O. Box 1529 Plattsburgh, NY 12901 Then I will order it. 518-907-0271 rhebert726@gmail.com I want read and look for pictures a request catalog or other? What kind I like a something's and anything & etc.. That my favorite name is Hulk Hogan. Any Questions? Thank-You, Rose Hebert

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