Mattel – WWE Elite Collection Series 67 Jeff Hardy Figures Review

Mattel – WWE Elite Collection Series 67 Jeff Hardy Figures Review


Mattel’s WWE Elite Collection Series 67 includes two versions of Jeff Hardy, including a chase variant with the American flag face paint. Jeff, along with his brother and tag-team partner Matt Hardy made their debut to the WWE in 1994 and are currently active in the business. During this time, they have won eleven world tag team championships between WWE, TNA and ROH. Jeff Hardy has also won six world championships, including the WWE Championship, the WWE’s World Heavyweight Championship twice and the TNA World Heavyweight Championship three times. He has also won the Intercontinental Championship four times, the Hardcore Championship three times and the European Championship, Light Heavyweight Championship and United States Championship once each. He is also the 18th Triple Crown Champion and 9th Grand Slam Champion in WWE history (one of five men to complete both WWE Grand Slam formats, and one of two to win all original Grand Slam titles).

Thank you to Mattel for providing their WWE Elite Collection Series 67 Jeff Hardy Figure for review. 

Availability: March 2019

Jeff Hardy is packaged in the standard window box as seen with other modern WWE Elite figures by Mattel, with images of him on the left side, and an action shot of him in the ring on the back along with a brief bio. Also shown are the other figures available in this wave.



The WWE tag-team legend Jeff Hardy is offered with two different versions by Mattel, which includes long black hair that are resting on his shoulders. The regular edition includes his creature of the night face paint, which is light and dark blue, white and orange that are nicely done with crisp lines and some really nice details. His outfit includes a black spandex zip-up shirt with black, white and blue sleeves. He is also in his black pants with a white belt holding the pants in place that he has worn for almost two decades during his career. His boots are mostly black with some white deco on the front underneath the pants.



The chase variant offering includes an American flag face paint, with a patriotic looking that includes white, red and blue deco with nicely crisp lines. Both of the head sculpts are done with an open mouth where you see his tongue and teeth, and with his fingers pointed up in the air you can recreate his iconic entrance look. The chase variant also has the black spandex zip-up shirt, but with dark blue sleeves. The pants, belt and boots are also the same deco and sculpting.

His articulation includes a ball jointed neck, ball hinged shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, ab crunch, swivel waist, ball jointed hips, swivel thighs, double-hinged knees, swivel calves, and ball jointed ankles.

Both versions of Jeff Hardy also includes two sets of interchangeable hand sculpts, which has closed fisted and his entrance hands with the finger pointed up. On the right hand, there is a tattoo on both versions of the hand, along with part of the sleeve.’s paint applications. The right hand has a few lines of a tattoo along with parts of the sleeve painted on. Also included is the WWE Championship belt that he won in his match with Jinder Mahal.


Overall, both versions of Jeff Hardy are great figures with superb attention to detail and likenesses. Fans will definitely enjoy the detailed paint applications on the faces and arms, along with the accessories. If you currently watch the sport, make sure sure to pick up these figures now, which are currently available in select stores and online.


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