Thanks to some eagle-eyed fans monitoring Wal-Mart’s inventory, we might know the third WWE Then Now Forever lineup. I’m a big fan of this line as it’s provided another outlet for more figures. Typically these are just attire variants of already signed Flashbacks, but in some cases, it’s given us different gimmicks as well.
The inventory sheet lists Chad Gable and Jason Jordan — the former SmackDown Live tag team champions American Alpha; Seth Rollins and Miss Elizabeth.
Miss Elizabeth is probably the biggest surprise. She hasn’t had a figure since Elite 19. And outside of some balancing challenges thanks to the high heel sculpts, there really wasn’t anything wrong with the figure. Maybe Mattel will go with a different hair sculpt like those occasions when Elizabeth wore her hair up.
I’m pumped about getting American Alpha. While I don’t think they’ve been used all that great on SmackDown, I’m looking forward to adding them to my tag team roster. I could see them making big moves come March Bashness 2018.
Rollins is the least interesting to me. The NXT Target wave is going to feature him in his original NXT look and his current look isn’t all that exciting. But 3 out of 4 isn’t bad.
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Wal-Mart also has another pair of three packs listed. This seems like a sensible avenue to get a Wolfpac three pack of Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Syxx for the Then and The Club (AJ Styles, Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows) for the Now. But I’d also be on board for a Hart Foundation three pack with Jimmy Hart, Bret Hart and Jim Neidhart for the flashback set. The Club makes too much sense to not be the Now unless Mattel went with a Becky Lynch, Charlotte and Sasha Banks set despite a weak tie-in.