Mattel – WWE Ultimate Edition Wave 12 Bray Wyatt “The Fiend” Figure Review

Mattel – WWE Ultimate Edition Wave 12 Bray Wyatt “The Fiend” Figure Review

 

The Fiend is the alter ego of Bray Wyatt that appeared in 2019 through 2021 and quickly became a very popular character that feuded with many superstars including WWE Legends. He also had an alter ego in Firefly Funhouse in addition to the Fiend, making him a man of many talents and playing multiple characters at one time during his final years at WWE. Bray Wyatt is also a third generation wrestler, the grandson of Blackjack Mulligan, son of Mike Rotunda (WWE Legend I.R.S.), and brother of Bo Dallas. Even though Bray Wyatt is no longer with WWE, Mattel can still make The Fiend action figures as that characters contract was not relinquished when Bray Wyatt was let go, so at least for now we can still get Fiend figures in the short-term. Mattel is offering this new Bray Wyatt The Fiend figure along with Alexa Bliss in Ultimate Edition series 12, which is available now and both are in-stock at Entertainment Earth.

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Thank you to Entertainment Earth for providing WWE Ultimate Edition wave 12 Bray Wyatt The Fiend figure for review. 

Availability: May 2022

The Fiend is packaged in the standard Ultimate Edition window box with nicely done artwork on the sides, and the back includes images, a description and bio.

The Fiend gets his second offering in the Ultimate Edition line and based on his appearance from WrestleMania 37, where he faced off against Randy Orton. The Fiend comes in a sculpted black shirt with details and patterns, including stitches on his sides and a metallic silver zipper on the left side. Some of his parts offered are newly tooled, including the head sculpts, torso, and boots, but also is given a reuse of the jacket, both arms and legs. The pants are given the red and black stripe deco, with black pockets on the front, and newly tooled boots. The jacket continues to look great and is molded with metallic silver circles.

The head sculpts are also new, each with superior paint applications that gives him that great likeness, sculpted and attention to detail that fans have become used too. The heads are also different, including the position of the hair, and mouth with one of the tongues sticking out.

Included with the Fiend is a removable jacket, 2 sets of removable arms, 2 interchangeable head sculpts, and 2 sets of hands (open grip and open hands).

The gloved hands also have the words “Heal” and “Hurt” and the paint applications on the hands are slightly different than the one’s that came with the first release, offering a bit more red deco around the circles.

He is also fully articulated and includes a ball jointed head, ball jointed torso, ball hinged shoulders, swivel biceps, double-hinged elbows, swivel-hinged wrists, swivel waist, ball jointed hips, swivel thighs, double-hinged knees, swivel boots, hinged and rocker ankles and hinged toes.

Overall, The Fiend continues to be a great offering to the WWE line even though he’s no longer with the company. He is also n excellent figure with a great attention to detail and overall likeness. Mattel’s WWE team has surely offered another great figure here that Wrestling fans are going to love.

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