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    What wrestling stuff, if any, do you collect ?

    I've got old magazines, a couple programs and then mostly DVD's / VHS / figures. Picked this figure up today (from the Shopko in Ely) :

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    I think like most kids of the 80s I still have most of my well abused figured. I preferred the WCW stuff over the WWF, it was harder to destroy. I'd love to get some late 80s/early 90s PP but haven't taken the plunge.

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    I don't actively collect anything but I have a big pile of magazines and 5 or 6 action figures still in the package pack away.
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    I used to collect magazines a bit and have always collected the figures... Very passively now, but if I see a good deal at a flea market or garage sale or something I'll get 'em - I really aim for the older guys now, I love the WWE classics line or atleast that's what I think it's called where they make the older guys.

    Don't know how many I have... Maybe 500 or so, varying from the 80s LJNs, early 90s Hasbro, late 90s Jakks, and a bunch of whoever has been making them the last 10 years or so along with random oddballs here n there
    Please take a look at my blog https://baseballpackaday.blogspot.com - rather self explanatory, I'd love any thoughts, comments, or opinions!
    Always looking for good pack deals and/or donations!

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    Does anyone collect the WWE figures loose? I think I have a bunch of them in a box somewhere I can dig out if needed

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    I still have a few of the thumb wrestlers, actual figures, the hogan large figure some magazines and (don't judge me) I still have 2 of the WWF wrestling ice cream bar wrappers
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    I used to have every Kurt Angle figure produced, even the Toy Fair edition one. My best friend collected HHH and he and i would go "figure hunting" back in the day. We are talking a days worth of hitting every Kay Bee toy store, kmart, toys r us, walmart, and even drug stores/pharmacies that sold figures. We also would collect our favorites, and get the hard to find releases, like the Hardyz pack with Lita, and other short produced figures. I even made custom ones because it took Jakks Pacific forever to release a figure. I had a Hurricane Helms custom i made a good year or so before he actually had an official release. Ill have to dig up my pictures of the room i had (yes, a wrestling room).

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    DVDs and blurays.

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    My buddy collects the elite figures, and all of the DVDs. The weird thing is he collects the elites loose out of package because he likes how they display better. He bought 2 of the elite sized rings to display the figures. He also has a ton of figures from id say 96 and up. He has so many of the action figure little title belts that it is almost insane. Haha his collection is insane. He figure hunts every week at multiple Walmart, Kmart, Toys R Us, etc,.
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    I'd show my video / DVD collection, but it'd take too long.


    The BEST Josh Johnson collection you'll ever see

    JJ count: Total Cards: 2,443 Autographs = 886, 1/1's = 125, Patches = 228, Jerseys = 209, Buttons = 2 and MLB Logoman = 1

    Also collecting: Dennis Northcutt, Titus Young, Bilal Powell, Josh McCown, T.J. Graham, Gino Guidugli, A.J. Vanegas, Tony Zych, Philip Pfeiffer & Mike Sims-Walker.

    Trade list linkage

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    I used to have all the Great American Bash & Starcade Videos. Now that was good wrestling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henderson939 View Post
    I used to have all the Great American Bash & Starcade Videos. Now that was good wrestling.
    I loved WCW.





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