WWE Classic Superstars Series 22

by Jay Cochran
October 08, 2008
Here is a look at Jakks Pacific's WWE Classic Superstars Series 22 figures. Included in this wave are the following figures:

- Andy Kaufman
- Bob Holly (Classic Attire)
- Chainsaw Charlie Terry Funk
- Earthquake (Blue Attire)
- Eddie Guerrero (LJN)
- Matt Hardy (Debut Attire)
- Stone Cold Steve Austin (Smoking Skull Vest)
- Vince_McMahon (Wrestling Attire)
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JFAK075 - 2008-10-10 @ 1:35 pm

That line-up will save me some money. Really nothing I have to have there.

Blackmada - 2008-10-10 @ 4:17 am

It is a real shame that she seems to not want his memory to live on.

CaptainTriumph - 2008-10-10 @ 4:12 am
Only one figure I would buy and they will never make him....


No...I'm sure his wife would never agree after the way that he died.

Blackmada - 2008-10-10 @ 3:36 am
Only one figure I would buy and they will never make him....


CaptainTriumph - 2008-10-10 @ 2:09 am

Only one figure I would buy and they will never make him....

Blackmada - 2008-10-09 @ 7:20 pm

I like that they are doing so many guys that they could only do with a contract to WWE. Once this deal with WWE is up Jakks can still make a ton of non related WWE guys, like Nick Bockwinkle for example, but we would never be able to have Bob Holly, Undertaker, HHH, Kane, Edge or Hardys. Even some guys like Hogan, Piper, Honkey Tonk Man and lots that have already been made could still be made even if Jakks is not affiliated with WWE. I doubt TNA will have any say in who goes into a second version of the Classic series.

It looks like Jakks will still do a classic line when this one ends and we will still be able to get everyone that does not get sqeezed into this one. I would rather them keep it up this way to get those guys that they can only make while under a liscensing contract with WWE.

I think Kauffman is getting a single figure because there are alot of people who would like him but there are not many people who can get the 2 packs. It looks like more and more 2 pack guys are getting single releases for that reason like the Killer Bees.

As far as making more recent wrestlers go, Jakks said the line was for 70's, 80's and 90's but also said they would do later guys too as the years go by. It makes sense that if say 5 years went by since CS1 that they could then do guys that came 5 years after 1999 or at least 2000-2002. The more time that goes by the more "classic" newer guy become.

Artistrix - 2008-10-09 @ 4:39 am
I always figured the Classic line was for past wrestlers... Why do they have like Vince and Hardy in there?

I'm not a fan of the newer stars in there, especially with the end in sight & soo many people left undone.

But, Jeremy from Jakks said (Not too long ago) the Classic line will encompass anyone from the past 30 odd years that has made an impact on the WWF/WWE.

Hence why people like The Hardy's, Cena & Trish Stratus are showing up.

Where's my Wendi Richter dammit!

Outsiders - 2008-10-09 @ 2:54 am

I always figured the Classic line was for past wrestlers... Why do they have like Vince and Hardy in there?

alkatrazzz - 2008-10-09 @ 1:46 am

oh i will own that vince & andy, just on principle

nutlog666 - 2008-10-09 @ 12:22 am

Horrible .

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