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WWF Hasbro Figures 1990-1994

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They were and still remain the greatest ever merchandise ever to come out of Stamford CT. I can't begin to describe how much fun and enjoyment a load of 3" high plastic figures brought to me as a kid.

 

I've had them in my loft for years and after winning an auction for the elusive green ones on EBay this week have decided to try and complete the full set. I think I'm only half a dozen or so away.. However I need a comprehensive list of them all if anyone out there has one?

 

I can't find one on the net for some reason as they all seem to be incomplete lists of overpriced ones for sale in the U.S so if anyone can help me it will be greatly appreciated..

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Check out this site, think they have lists of all the figures released as well as loads of images - http://www.wwf-hasbros.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/.And yes, Hasbros were great. So much more fun than the current ones.

Agree totally there. When I was 13 or something I used to be into heavily collecting them. I still have tons of them somewhere in a bag in my manky room. Demolition were the best figures for me any way.REMOVABLE MASKS~!

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I knew I saw an Adam Bomb figure in an old WWF magazine back in '94. Wonder why the later ones never came out over here.

Wrestling was in the shitter in 1994. Thats probably the reason.

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Did anyone ever get the Greg Valentine in rhythm and blues costume?? I remember it being advertised in WWF mag back in 91.One day, I will own a Dusty Rhodes figure, oh yes, it will be mine.

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One day, I will own a Dusty Rhodes figure, oh yes, it will be mine.

I once found Dusty Rhodes' head and one of his arms at a car boot sale, but alas the body was nowhere to be found :(

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I once found Dusty Rhodes' head and one of his arms at a car boot sale, but alas the body was nowhere to be found :(

This is what happens when you book Oz ;)

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I still have all of my old Hasbros packed up in the loft. The days of booking my own shows and writing out the cards and results as I played them out. I think the notebooks full of results are still in the loft with the figures. I have many memories of Hasbros, I loved those things. I have most of them that got a Uk release. Only absences I can think of are "Greg Valentine in Rythm and Blues attire, and Dusty Rhodes. I am also missing a Rick Rude, I had him but he broke :( I remember all the kids at school trying to swap away there Texas Tornado figures after he died :angry: . I kept mine :thumbsup:

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