One of the best collector items when you're a WWE fan are the huge range of action figures. WWF first started releasing figures with the LJN range from 1984-1989, which we ought to go easy on given the technology available at the time. Yes, a lot of them looked nothing like the wrestlers they were supposed to represent, but we still wanted to collect them all, right? Then we got Hasbro figures from 1990-1995 which were a little better, at least for the most part. In 1996 Jakks Pacific got the license and did some of the best and WORST figures that I've personally ever seen, some of which you'll see in this article. For the last eight years, Mattel have had the WWE license and produced some excellent figures ranging from current roster members like John Cena to legends and Hall of Famers like The Ultimate Warrior. Mattel are so good at what they do, and have done such a good job with their WWE range, that they don't have one figure on this list of the ten worst of all time. I have scoured catalogues, friends' collections, forums and everything in-between to try and pick the worst figures imaginable and bring them to you here today (so you can laugh presumably laugh at them). Some of them are so amazingly bad that you might end up on eBay trying to buy them while others are just so horrific that it'll put you off buying any old-school figures for the rest of your life. With that in mind, here are the ten absolute worst WWE action figures that have ever been released. And I mean EVER.
Kenny is a successful podcast host with Inside The Ropes, promotes exciting Q&A events in the UK with the likes of Sting and DDP, has interviewed the big guns like Foley, Jericho, Bruno and Austin and enjoys cheese a great deal.