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Update: The original LJN figures were made out of hard rubber and not plastic. Thanks to those that pointed out the mistake.
-Matt Jackson tweeted yesterday that the Young Bucks have signed a deal with an old company making a return. He showed a picture of the corner of a box with the LJN logo. LJN used to make hard plastic WWE figures that were extremely popular in the 1980s. The side of the box indicates the figures can be manipulated.
You can see Jackson’s tweet below:
Signed a deal with an old company that’s making a return. You might be familiar with ‘em? Coming soon… pic.twitter.com/BaQYEZc1Ll
— The Young Bucks (@MattJackson13) December 3, 2018
Radican’s Analysis: I’m interested to see what the final product looks like. I had a blast playing with the WWE LJN figures growing up, but their figures could make a heck of an impact if things got out of hand and you threw them at your friends or vice versa. Here’s hoping that they use a softer plastic for the current generation of young kids out there looking to have fun with these figures from The Young Bucks.
-The latest edition of ROH The Pinnacle has been released. This episode focuses on the importance of the Final Battle PPV in a historical context and features some strong comments from the Briscoes ahead of their Ladder War match against ROH World Tag Team Champions S.C.U. and The Young Bucks.
You can watch “The Final Battle” below:
C’mon now. Or maybe parents could discipline their kids when they do something stupid like throw a giant toy at their friends or Grandma or dog. Let’s just hope they’re gluten-free though, for the love of GOD.
They were made of rubber not plastic.