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WWE reportedly tells Mattel to scrap production of Hulk Hogan action figures. Plus, 17 things we learned at Comic-Con

Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. The Hulk Hogan racial slur controversy means no new action figures — or any merchandise. A little more than two weeks ago, Mattel showed several ...

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Wrestling Fix: New WWE Mattel action figures revealed, Roddy Piper still beefing with “Stone Cold” and more links

Enjoy what we do? Support Between the Ropes on Patreon! Your generous donation will help keep our lights on, and make it possible for us to do even more! Wrestling fans everywhere will thank you. WWE Chris Jericho reportedly hurt his neck in his match against Neville during Beast in the East in Japan. [Wrestling Inc] WWE says the fan ...

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Wrestling Fix: NXT takes over San Diego Comic Con, Low-Ki quits TNA and more daily links

Welcome to the weekend. When the suns out, the (squirt) guns come out. Just ask three of NXT’s best wrestlers. Mattel’s San Diego Comic Con panel is set, and it has an NXT Flair. Can’t wait to see a prototype of Kevin Owens’ first WWE Mattel action figure. Information has been revealed about the #SDCC2015 #Mattel #WWE Panel! Taking place ...

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WWE Hall of Fame series 2, featuring Hulk Hogan, Eddie Guerrero and more, is out now

The hunt is on. The second series of Mattel’s WWE Hall of Fame action-figure set started hitting store shelves earlier this week. The four-figure set — featuring Hulk Hogan, Eddie Guerrero, Yokozuna and the first Mattel figure of Tito Santana — is exclusive to Target stores. I was able to track down a full set Friday afternoon, thanks in part to Brick ...

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WWE’s latest WrestleMania Heritage action figures pay homage to wrestling’s Super Bowl

No wrestler is more linked to WrestleMania than the Undertaker. The Deadman’s undefeated Streak had a mythical aura — until Brock Lesnar snapped it to became the One in 21 and One. But before there was a One in 21 and One, there was victory (and victim) No. 1. Mattel celebrates the beginning of the Streak in the latest installment of its WrestleMania Heritage action ...

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