With pro wrestling's colorful gear and comic book muscles, it was only a matter of time before WWE made the transition into the world of action figures.
LJN started things off for them in 1984, offering stylized cartoon figures for a time when many wrestlers sported cartoonish gimmicks.
Hasbro continued that trend in the early '90s, but improved the product.
Jakks Pacific had an exclusive deal with WWE between 1996 and 2009. They upped the ante on realism, creating very lifelike versions of the superstars.
Recently, Mattel has taken over and done a lot of what Jakks did, but adding their own flair as well. They've added the kid-friendly Rumblers and created specific lines like the Entrance Greats and Defining Moments series.
To find the best action figures, I've graded them on realism (or stylized look) and their accessories as well as awarding for points for rareness or undeniable coolness.
Whether you're buying them for your kids, pretending to buy them for your kids or something in between, check out the top 25 WWE action figures.