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Photo Credit: Mattel / Jeremy Lloyd, Alphonse Neri

WWE Ultimate Edition Sgt. Slaughter Revealed By Mattel

sgt slaughter
Photo Credit: Mattel

LISTEN UP, MAGGOTS! Sgt. Slaughter has been immortalized once again by Mattel as they’ve revealed a new “Ultimate Edition” action figure for the WWE legend.

The figure, unveiled on Monday, features Sgt. Slaughter packaged with an extra head, swappable hands, and authentic entrance gear in special collectors packaging that is reminiscent of the LJN Wrestling Superstars line of action figures. Featuring more than 30 points of articulation, the Ultimate Edition Sgt. Slaughter figure will be for sale on Mattel Creations, Mattel’s collaboration and direct-to-consumer platform, on Thursday, July 22 at 9 am PST / 12 pm EST.

Mattel Creations is celebrating collectors with their first-ever Mattel Creations: 12 Days of Fandom activation! Starting today, fans can tune into the Mattel Creations Instagram (@mattelcreations) for exciting product reveals, behind-the-scenes content, designer takeovers and much more.

The figure has a suggested retail price of $35; check out the full announcement and a gallery of images of the figure and packaging below:

WWE Ultimate Edition Sgt. Slaughter (SRP: $35)

  • A-ten-hut! It’s the ultimate action figure of WWE® Sgt. Slaughter™ with an extra head, swappable hands, and authentic entrance gear in special collectors packaging.
  • Featuring TrueFX™ life-like detailing and more than 30 points of articulation, Ultimate Sgt. Slaughter™ figure (approx. 6-in / 15.24-cm) can recreate everything from entrance poses to in-ring finishers for the ultimate WWE play-and-display experience.
  • The WWE Sgt. Slaughter figure comes in nostalgic packaging that instantly transports fans back to the 80’s golden era of WWE.
  • Product will be for sale on Mattel Creations, Mattel’s collaboration and direct-to-consumer platform, on Thursday, July 22 at 9am PST / 12pm EST.

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