Someone Bought This: WWE Create-A-Superstar figures and accessories

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WWE Create-A-Superstar Hulk Hogan figure

Crapper Sean writes:

So recently I found out about this latest brainfart from WWE/Mattel. Apparently these figures have detatchable parts that you can combine to make ‘customized’ wrestlers. Love how they gave Hogan NAME RETRACTED what appears to be a discount store Mr. America outfit…I wanted to show the one they had for Kane as well labeled as the “Rocker” Set….

Kane’s head is the EXTRA accessory…the initial one as you can see is this green haired mohawked guy….

WWE Create-A-Superstar Green Mohawk guy

BUT! It’s probably worth it all to create….

WWE Create-A-Superstar Road Warrior Kane figure


Green Mohawk Guy kind of reminds me of a cross between Oz

WCW Kevin Nash Oz

and Master Blaster!

WCW NWA Kevin Nash Master Blaster

And hey, speaking of Big Kev, these figures fall to pieces just like the real Kevin Nash!

Those are outstanding! I would have absolutely loved to have had something like this when I was a kid! I would have created all kinds of weird wrestlers to be heels to face off against my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures!

Thanks, Sean!

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6 Responses to "Someone Bought This: WWE Create-A-Superstar figures and accessories"
  1. WrestleTrekker says:

    Yeah, these are rather cool figures.

  2. Preservative Lad says:

    Hawkman appears to be on the package. I know his history’s been screwed up for years, but I don’t remember this phase of his career…

  3. John C says:

    I’m still waiting for a set containing Vinnie Vegas, Kevin Nash, Diesel & Oz in a quad pack. Maybe Hogan is trying to disguise himself as the third member of The Beverly Bros. They could name him Jimmy Jack Beverly, Lance Beverly, or even Boulder Beverly.

  4. Raven7309 says:

    These aren’t that special. I used to take the arms off of my Masters of the Universe figures and switch them from one figure to the other. I used to take my GI Joe’s apart and make new figures with them.

    I want to buy an Op

  5. Adam X says:

    A parting shot at Big Lazy, Bee-yoo-ti-ful.

    Also wasn’t WWE using and still somewhat using create-a-wrestler to fill their roster in the mid-2000’s?

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