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1991 wrestling action figure with Million Dollar Stomp move
Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase in his second variant of the WWF Hasbro line, wearing a green suit. Also comes with the Million Dollar Title. Interestingly, Ted Dibiase first performed in the green suit and later in a black suit, but in the WWF Hasbro line his black attire would be the first official release. Dibiase would later enjoy success with IRS as a tag team champion in Money Inc.
One of the most skilled technical wrestlers in the WWF.
Alwasy accompanied by his bodyguard, Virgil.
His most prized possession is his Million Dollar Belt, made exclusively for him as a symbol of his superiority and extraordinary wealth.
The WWF Hasbro line, spanning from 1990 to 1994, captivated collectors across 11 distinct series. Each figure boasted a unique action move, setting them apart from competing wrestling figure lines of that era. Presently, loose WWF Hasbros command immense popularity on leading auction platforms. Many individuals have serendipitously stumbled upon their cherished childhood collections, igniting a desire to assemble the complete set during adulthood. Over the years, a remarkable array of unreleased prototypes, 2-ups, and test shots have surfaced.
The Mailaway figures featuring Bret, Hulk Hogan, and The Undertaker hold an esteemed status within the series, commanding top-tier prices and proving particularly elusive in their original packaging. Acquiring them in loose condition poses an additional challenge, rendering them among the most expensive figures within the line. In select instances, figures can still be procured with their original box and the coveted biography card, typically adorning the reverse side of the packaging. Furthermore, a collection of 'error' figures, exhibiting slight modifications from the original design, has garnered significant attention, commanding substantial sums on renowned auction platforms like eBay.
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This chart is Retrofigure's recommended value over time for the WWF Hasbro Million Dollar Man 2 unopened 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.
This chart is a visual representation of all of the sales that we have detected for the Million Dollar Man 2 figure. Retrofigure uses this data to calculate a fair value for the collectible.