Mattel Creating Doll Toy Line for WWE Women's Divsion? (PHOTOS)
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
For years now, Mattel has put out some of the best and most detailed WWE action figures and accessories that have ever been produced. The company behind popular toy lines such as Hot Wheels can add another impressive accomplishment to their ever-growing list, but arguably the company's biggest toy line remains their Barbie doll line. We have action figures for WWE Superstars, and we have Barbie dolls filled with plenty of different styles and accessories now, but what happens when Mattel decided to combine the two together? Apparently, the toy company has decided to create a new lineup that will answer that question.
Courtesy of some leaked photographs from Mattel's website, the company is planning to unveil a new line that will combine Barbie with the women of WWE. That's right, get ready for a new lineup of Barbie dolls based off of your favorite WWE Superstars! One set will include a stage setup with a ramp, as well as a vanity, couch, cameras, and a Nikki Bella doll with multiple costumes to try on. Charlotte Flair, Alicia Fox, Eva Marie, and Becky Lynch will be the first few women to receive the Barbie/WWE hybrid dolls. Their also appears to be a series that will include Nikki Bella, Brie Bella, Sasha Banks, and Natalya with their wrestling gear, and some other clothing options for when combat is over for the night.
It doesn't stop there though, because it looks like Mattel will also be releasing a brand new Fan Pack bundle for Sasha Banks and Bayley. The pack will include items that can be personally tried on and worn by the buyer, these items include Sasha Banks' rings and Bayley's headband. They also come with an action figure based off of the two female superstars. Of course, a replica of the Raw Women's Championship also seems to be coming out soon. Some have complained that Mattel hasn't emphasized the female wrestlers enough since taking on the WWE license, but that won't be a problem now that a lineup exclusively featuring women is planned. The dolls have not yet been announced by Mattel, and no release date is known thus far.