Funko Goes Top Rope With New Pop! WWE Collection

Funko splits the ropes and gnaws on a turnbuckle with the latest addition to its Pop! WWE collection.

The set, consisting of six new vinyl figures, takes on a familial feel with Ric Flair and the debut of his daughter Charlotte Flair – who also receives Blue Outfit variant exclusive to Footlocker.

John Cena receives his fifth Pop! figure, this time climbing into the ring as a transparent Amazon exclusive.

Randy Ortman rounds out the collection along with Batista, who, technically, is immortalized in Pop! form for the fourth time…the others coming as Drax from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Funko’s Pop! WWE doesn’t rumble into the ring until February, but you can preorder yours today.

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5 thoughts on “Funko Goes Top Rope With New Pop! WWE Collection

  • January 30, 2019 at 8:24 pm
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    When I first saw just the image of the blonds I was like, ABBA? 😛

    • January 31, 2019 at 11:17 am
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      LOL. I can see it.

  • February 2, 2019 at 3:52 am
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    This is what we really needed? Did I read that correctly?? 5th installment of a John Cena pop?! Cmon, man really?! Losing me, Funko.

  • February 5, 2019 at 4:44 pm
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    Where’s Becky? The female wrestler who’s been on fire for months. What about Lita, Trish, Nattie, Naomi with a gitd chase, Ricky the Dragon Steamboat, Dean Ambrose etc. Dropped the ball on Dean since he is leaving, did we need a third Ric Flair and a 5th Cena? So many wrestlers to choose from and this is what we get.

    • February 10, 2019 at 1:16 am
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      Preach brother! Great points made!! Funko is already doing the characters from the show Big Mouth. Seems more than ever they go for the show that’s semi popular and half the world has never heard of and churn out as many corny characters as they can and taking a huge dump on the true fans. By mass producing meaningless flash in the pan character after character driving the value down on the Funko pops we have all collected through the years. Meanwhile there are countless other movies and tv shows that would be awesome to obtain the licensing rights. But I guess it’s easier to create another batch of that annoying Stranger Things garbage. They got me on the fence especially when they create a character and release it only to release the same exact character but will put a hat on it or have the eyes closed and slap a “Chase” sticker on it so all the vendors and comic book store owners can sell it for $60.00.

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