1992 wrestling action figure with Jailhouse Jam move
The Big Boss Man had two separate variants; this one more commonly found mint on card than the first edition in series 1. It is believed that this variant of the Boss Man was created after he had completed a face turn. This version is slightly more difficult to find mint than the first series release, partially because many collectors already owned the series 1 version of the Boss Man.
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Known for his strong allegiance to the laws of the land.
His favourite quote: 'You're gonna serve hard time, punk!'
His future ambition is to arrest anyone who breaks the laws of the World Wrestling Federation.
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The WWF Hasbro line ran between the years of 1990 to 1994, across 11 different series. Each figure had an action move, usually unique to the character, and the action would be in stark contrast to other competition wrestling figure lines of the era. Today, loose WWF Hasbros are incredibly popular on popular auction sites. Many have stumbled across their personal collections from their childhood, and now in adulthood seek to complete the full set. A number of unreleased prototypes have been found over the years, and a number of 2-ups and test shots have also emerged. The Mailaway figures of Bret, Hulk Hogan and The Undertaker are amongst the most expensive in the series, and particularly hard to find still in their original bag. These are also very tricky to find loose, and are amongst the most expensive figures in the line. In some cases, figures can be sourced with their original box, and the biography card that was found on the back of the card. A number of 'error' figures have been found, with slight adjustments to the original design. These fetch huge sums of money on auction sites such as Ebay.
This chart is Retrofigure's recommended value over time for the WWF Hasbro Big Boss Man 2 loose figure. Using sales data from various sources such as Ebay, Mercari and Etsy, our automated solution calculates an average value from the price of all sales. Our most recent estimate of the value of Big Boss Man 2 loose is $20
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