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10 of the Rarest WWE Action Figures You Want to Get Your Hands On

What’s the most valuable wrestling action figure you have ever come across? WWE non-fanatics may mumble at that question. The fact is that there are many WWE action figures out there. However, only a

What’s the most valuable wrestling action figure you have ever come across? WWE non-fanatics may mumble at that question. The fact is that there are many WWE action figures out there. However, only a few of them are rare and valuable. Some of these dolls are so rare that only five of them were ever made. For example, only five of the Ultimate Warrior exclusive Jakks action figures were ever made. This incredible rarity and high demand has also driven the prices of the dolls way up.

Figurines such as the “Warrior America” Ring Giant have commanded prices of up to $1,225 at auctions while box sets such as the LJN’s Hart Foundation have fetched up to $2,025, which is 168% over what experts set its value at. The “Macho Man” Randy Savage Wrestling Superstars ‘89 Black Card and the Kamala with a Moon on his Belly action figure dolls are some of the rarest in the world, having fetched top dollar in the recent past, and we discuss them on our list.

Here are 10 of the rarest WWE action figure dolls you would want to get your hands on:

10 Demolition Ax Black Card

Via ebay.com

9 Honky Tonk Man Black Card

Via img1.etsystatic.com

8 Hulk Hogan Wrestling Superstars Black Card

Via flickr.com

7 AWA Mat Mania

Via ebid.s3.amazonaws.com

6 Ultimate Warrior ‘89 Black Card

Via forum.wrestlingfigs.com

5 Ultimate Warrior Limited Edition Dolls

Via pbs.twimg.com

4 Miss Elizabeth Purple Skirt

Via us.ebid.net

3 Hart Foundation Box Set

Via ebay.com

2 Randy Savage ‘89 Black Card

Via forum.wrestlingfigs.com

1 Kamala With a Moon on his Belly

Via ebay.com

Now we come to the most valuable wrestling figures of all time - the Hasbro Series 7 Kamala With a Moon on his Belly. It is speculated that not more than 24 Kamala With a Moon on his Belly dolls were made. The action figure came out in 1993 as part of Hasbro’s Yellow Card Series 7 line. In 2013, Lee’s Toy Review sold a Kamala With a Moon on his Belly in almost tip-top condition for $6,500. Reports of this doll selling for as much as $10,000 have also surfaced, making it the rarest WWE figure that you could possibly want to get your hands on.

Sources: cardboardconnection.com, telegraph.co.uk, pwtorch.com, pwtorch.com, ebay.com, wwf-hasbro-wrestlingfiguren.de.tl, forum.wrestlingfigs.com

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