WWF thumb wrestlers 80's

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WWF thumb wrestlers 80's

Post by yosemitechris » January 2nd, 2020, 2:44 pm

any of you guy ever have the 1980's WWF THUMB WRESTLERS,
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i remember getting a iron sheik & a junk yard dog one on a trip to disneyland at a toys r us!


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Re: WWF thumb wrestlers 80's

Post by Jason1980s » January 4th, 2020, 7:45 pm

I love the LJN line even but it seems like Hasbro gets so much more love from fans. I had all but maybe 5 of the LJNs loose and maybe 5 carded figures. I remember having one thumb wrestler set which I think was Hillbilly and John Studd.
There were actually a few more unreleased figures like Andre and George Steele and maybe a few more pictured in the 1987 LJN catalog.
I do wish that any and all companies who branched out into figures styles not in line with their main line would have just used their resources to make guys otherwise not released. But I guess a thumb Hogan or Piper would sell more than say a Lanny Poffo or Danny Davis.
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Re: WWF thumb wrestlers 80's

Post by Bozarth » January 4th, 2020, 7:48 pm

I think I still have a bunch of these. All of my old action figures are in the attic


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