Mattel – WWE Elite Survivor Series 2021 Keith Lee Figure Review

Mattel – WWE Elite Survivor Series 2021 Keith Lee Figure Review

This years Survivor Series offerings from Mattel includes the return of Hulk Hogan to the line, Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Keith Lee and Baylee, which are all available now. Keith Lee is based on the 2019 Survivor Series event, which took place on November 24th in Rosemont, Illinois. In the event, Keith Lee was in a 5-on-5 man match, with both NXT and SmackDown facing off against each other. Keith Lee was the last man standing for NXT but lost to Roman Reigns by pinball.

Thank you to Mattel and the WWE brand team for sending along WWE Elite Survivor Series 2021 Keith Lee Figure for review. 

Availability: October 2021

Keith Lee is packaged on a blister card with a window box, with artwork inspired from the Survivor Series event, images of him on the front, sides and back. Also on the back is a description of the event where it is down to him for Team NXT and Roman Reigns from Team Smackdown.

Keith Lee essentially uses the same sculpt as previous offered from the Elite Collection Wave 82, where he was offered in two versions. This release shares the same body, with a light blue trunks as he wore in the event, and labels on the sides and back of the trunks. The text on the side reads “Bash in my Glory,” which is also on the back of the entrance jacket, and “Keith Lee” on the back of the trunks. The right side is a drawing of him, which is all repainted from the previously offered figures.

The entrance jacket is also a reissue with the same label applied, in the same labels and text. This opens up on the front, so the jacket can easily be removed.



The head sculpt is new for this release, with no facial hair compared to the Elite 82 offering. The hair is only on the top of his head, which is short and black, and he has sculpted and painted eye brows, and nicely done facial details giving him that nice FX digital face scan that Mattel has been doing.

He also has the same boots, knee pads, and painted on elbow and wrist bands as the previous offering, which represents his likeness quite well.

Keith Lee is also fully articulated, including a ball jointed head, ball hinged shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, ab crunch, swivel waist, ball jointed hips, swivel thighs, double-hinged knees, swivel calves, hinged and rocker ankles.

Besides the entrance jacket, he also includes two sets of hands (2x open grip, right hand with thumbs up, and left hand that is closed fisted).


Overall, Keith Lee features a great likeness and this is a great figure to add to your collection. It’s just a shame that he was let go from WWE last week or two as he was one of the biggest stars in the business, and now there is no one big enough to fight Omos, and that leaves the question why is WWE paying off some of their best talent, and at the rate we’re going, who will be next to get the axe? Keith Lee is definitely worth to add to your collection,  and make sure to also pick up the Survivor Series Hulk hogan, Bayley, and Bret Hart from this wave.


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