WWE Elite 85 Undertaker
Celebrate WWE Superstar the Undertaker and his appearance in the Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36 with this WWE Elite Collection action figure. Reflecting his look in the Undertaker’s last ever match versus AJ Styles in amazing detail, this is a collector’s item.
Featuring deluxe articulation highlighting Undertaker’s black leather waistcoat, matching pants and fighting gloves, this was the one and only time this attire was worn. Accessories include Undertaker’s bandana, a breakaway two-piece shovel and interchangeable hands for multiple ways to recreate the action for different poses.
After a war of words for many weeks AJ Styles challenged the Undertaker to a harrowing Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36. Fighting at a dark and foreboding cemetery the two battled on hearses, rooftops and into graves. Despite using every trick in the book AJ succumbed to the “Deadman” when he was buried under a pile of dirt inside an unforgiving grave. Undertaker famously departed on his motorcycle into the dark, cloudy night, cementing his career as one of the greatest of all time.
Bring home the action of WWE! Recreate your favorite matches in Superstar scale with WWE Elite Collection figures. Featuring extreme articulation and unmatched attention to detail. Capture all the action of WWE and its Superstars with this Elite Collection figure! This WWE Elite figure comes ready to wreak havoc right out of the box!
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