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WWE Superstars Series 2 In Hand Images Review and Ship Date

We have in-hand images of the WWE Superstars Series 2 figures featuring Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall PLUS we have an update on the ship dates!

Thanks to charlie_5.5 for sending us images of 3 out of the 4 WWE Supers Series 2 wave! Preorders from Series 2 kicked off at the Walmart Collector Con 2022 and if you preordered Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, you should have received a notice from Walmart that figures will be arriving soon! The only figure that did not go up for official preorder was the Ultimate Warrior from this wave but we were able to track down the link to the live product page on Walmart.com but you can only use the ‘Check availability nearby’ feature to see if he is at your local store. After seeing the WWE Series 3 Superstars revealed with Mankind, Papa Shango, The Million Dollar Man, and the Undertaker, this line is shaping up great!

Preorder Ship Date Update

On Monday, June 13, 2022, Walmart sent an email out to collectors who preordered Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, and Scott Hall with an estimated arrival date for the figures slotted for anytime between June 1, 2022 and July 1, 2022. They then followed with a second email confirming the ship a July 1st ship date for these figures!

Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date
WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date
WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Ship Date

Links to the Figures on Walmart

Please note that the links to Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall may or may not be working as they are coming up as page not found on the Walmart site so just keep checking back. Clicking any of the images below will jump you right to the product pages!

Ultimate Warrior WWE Superstars MOC
Ultimate Warrior WWE Superstars Series 2
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2

WWE Superstars Series 2 Figure Images

Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall (sans the Ultimate Warrior) make up this wave where we get two more NWO members to join Hulk Hogan from Series 1 plus the Heartbreak Kid, one of the best sports entertainers in the business. These figures come packed with a gaggle of accessories, including ring attire that is removable, and unlike the MOTWWE line, is soft goods! There are many ways to display this fun set from their entrance garb to their in ring looks so let’s check out the figures in more detail and learn some history (I know yuck but this lesson is fun we promise)!

WWE Superstars Series 2 Geared Up
WWE Superstars Series 2 Geared Up
WWE Superstars Series 2 Loose
WWE Superstars Series 2 Loose

Shawn Michaels

According to the WWE:

A cocky, confident heartbreaker from San Antonio, Texas, HBK started off his career as one half of The Rockers and ended it in a classic match with The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVI. Along the way, he won every major WWE title, two Royal Rumbles, entry into the WWE Hall of Fame and a reputation as The Icon, The Showstopper, The Main Event.

A rebel in leather chaps, Michaels bucked authority and surrounded himself with people who did the same. As the troublemaker behind DX, HBK made life a living hell for the McMahon family alongside his longtime running buddy Triple H. As a member of The Kliq, he did the same for the WWE locker room, carefully wielding his considerable influence to get the best treatment for himself and friends like Kevin Nash and Scott Hall.

The self-proclaimed “Sexy Boy” could be an unrepentant primadonna, but he was so fluid and brilliant in the ring that it hardly mattered. His Ladder Match with Razor Ramon at WrestleMania X established his reputation for having the best bout on The Grandest Stage of Them All — a tradition he’d continue in classics against Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho and The Undertaker.

Although it was one of the final times WWE fans would hear the crack of Sweet Chin Music, audiences did not mourn HBK’s retirement. Instead, they celebrated it, grateful to have witnessed the evolution of Shawn Michaels from high-flying Rocker to WWE Hall of Famer.

Shawn Michaels WWE Wrestler
Shawn Michaels WWE Wrestler

Shawn Michaels on Card

Shawn Michaels card front features a full color illustration of the “Boy Toy” in a classic pose as he is either showboating on his way to the ring or in it! On the back of the card, it features the black and white sketch of the illustration on the front of the card plus two of his nicknames he earned himself over the years with “The Heartbreak Kid” and “The Showstopper.” The line, “I’m Not Your Boy Toy,” comes from his entrance music and in the first version of his theme, voiced by Sensational Sherri (his manager) in 1991 but the current version February 1993, where Michaels performs the lyrics and you can Sherri’s vocals on the “Sexy Boy” parts using the same musical track. If you are a wrestling fan it’s one of best peices of entrance music aside from the DX entrance music from the Attitude Era.

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back

Shawn Michaels Figure

Shawn Michael’s features one his classic and iconic white zebra’esque ring attire with the red lapels on his jacket with the chains on the back. He’s wearing his signature earrings, black fingerless gloves, black knee pads and white and red boots. He includes a teal-colored championship belt, as set of alternate fists and sunglasses. Shawn’s entire ensemble is classic 1980’s Shawn Michaels! They nailed it to giving him his signature look.

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories

The Heartbreak Kid looks amazing with his sunglasses on and the IC Title around his waist! It fits nicely under the jacket and does not add extra bulk that looks unnatural. The hair sculpt flows over the jack collar in the back and covers up the ‘I’m too” words on the back, which is what would happen in real life.

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Back
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Back

Taking a closer look at the jacket, it has the zippers and chains that were on the original Shawn Michael’s ring attire. They’ve recreated this nicely and they even thought to add the black hearts flowing down from the large red heart on the left breast of the jacket.

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Jacket Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Jacket Front
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Jacket Back
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Jacket Back

The Intercontinental title is amazing and looks exactly like the belt looks like in real life. One minor change, since the WWF is no more, they added the more updated WWE symbol to the belt but you can’t tell as it is very tiny!

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 IC Title Close
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 IC Title Close
Shawn Michaels IC Title
Shawn Michaels IC Title
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 IC Title
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 IC Title

You can see from the photos below, Shawn’s head sculpt that captures the look of his face perfectly. He even has his long blonde mullet hair do! His earring look to be removeable as well. He has a simple paint job for his eyes and eyebrows. Shawn even includes a signature heart with a dagger thru it tattoo on his left bicep! How perfect is that?!

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Right Profile
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Profile
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Head Sculpt
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Head Sculpt
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Tattoo
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Tattoo

He comes with two removable earring styles but word of caution as they are small and can get lost really easily!

Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring 1
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring Style 1
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring 2
Shawn Michaels WWE Superstars Series 2 Earring Style 2

Kevin Nash

According to the WWE:

Whether he’s known as Diesel, one of “The Outsiders” or simply Big Kev, this imposing Superstar has never been afraid to make waves at every stop. He’s got the list of enemies to prove it.

Nash learned early that being nearly 7-foot and more than 300 pounds doesn’t automatically punch your ticket to the top. Although he was blessed with remarkable size and athletic ability, his career had inauspicious beginnings. First appearing in WCW in 1990, Nash competed under a kaleidoscope of personas as he struggled to showcase his full potential as a sports-entertainer.

In the spring of 1996, Nash and Scott Hall left WWE and invaded World Championship Wrestling. Soon joining forces with Hulk Hogan, they became known as The New World Order, one of the biggest must-see attractions in history. Defiant, arrogant and dangerous, the rebel group completely dominated WCW and soon had fans tuning into Monday Nitro by the millions. Titles such as the WCW Tag Team Championship turned into nWo trophies as The Outsiders of Nash and Hall flattened many smaller opponents.

Eventually, though, the massive egos of Nash and Hogan clashed, leading Nash to form an nWo splinter group known as The Wolfpac. Including top dogs such as former World Champions “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Lex Luger and Sting, the powerful faction helped propel Nash to the very top of WCW as a singles competitor. At the end of 1998, Nash pulled off the unthinkable by felling the undefeated Goldberg at Starrcade, capturing the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and breaking the titan’s legendary winning streak. He would acquire the coveted title a total of five times before WCW folded in 2001.

Kevin Nash NWO WCW WWE Wrestler
Kevin Nash NWO WCW WWE Wrestler

Kevin Nash on Card

Kevin Nash’s card front features a full color illustration of “Big Kev” in a classic pose with his signature hand Geature! On the back of the card, it features the black and white sketch of the illustration on the front of the card plus same classic Big Kev lines ” So this is where the big boys play” and “Too Sweet” We also see the reference to “Wolfpac Rules” of which he was part of with Macho Man Randy Savage, Lex Luger and Sting.

Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back

Kevin Nash Figure

Kevin Nash is dressed in his classic nWo removeable tank top and when removed reveals the “Nash” logo in red on his wrestling shirt below. He also includes red fringed black “leather” pants that can also be removed to reveal his black wrestling pants and matching black boots below. He includes a black elbow strap, and wrist straps. He includes 2 additional sets of hands, the first are fists and the second set are posed in his signature hand gesture. He also includes a black WCW wrestling belt and black sunglasses! This Big Boy is rockin’ his classic nWo outfit!

Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories Shirtless
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories Shirtless

Kevin Nash’s face sculpt includes long brown hair and his signature goatee. He has a very nice-looking paint job for the eyes and eyebrows, not overdone and capture the look on his face perfectly. He also includes multiple multi-colored tattoos on his right biceps that looks like some sort of retile and perhaps a falcon of some sort.

Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Head Sculpt
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Head Sculpt
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Series 2 Tattoo
Kevin Nash WWE Superstars Tattoo

Scott Hall

According to the WWE:

First cutting his teeth in the AWA and WCW under personas like The Diamond Studd and Starship Coyote, the big man joined WWE in 1992 as Razor Ramon. Donning gold chains and flicking toothpicks at anyone that crossed his path, ”The Bad Guy” made a splash shortly after his debut by helping Ric Flair defeat “Macho Man” Randy Savage for the WWE Title. His biggest WWE moment came soon after when he defeated Shawn Michaels in a landmark Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match at WrestleMania X.

The Bad Guy remained a top Superstar throughout his WWE tenure and was usually carrying — or on the hunt for — the Intercontinental Title. During this time, Razor became a key member of the locker room group known as The Kliq. The closely-knit set — consisting of Ramon, X-Pac, Shawn Michaels, Triple H and Diesel — were backstage power players whose influence was felt throughout the entire organization. Their most infamous moment came before Diesel and Razor left WWE when they embraced their supposed rivals — HBK and Triple H — in Madison Square Garden.

With his WWE contract status unknown to the public, Razor appeared unannounced on WCW Monday Nitro on May 27, 1996. WCW stars Sting, Lex Luger and “Macho Man” Randy Savage  joined forces to battle Razor — who was now competing under his given name of Scott Hall — and Nash at Bash at the Beach. On that evening, the true intentions of The Outsiders were revealed when Hulk Hogan betrayed WCW and joined the duo, officially giving birth to the most defiant faction in sports-entertainment history — The New World Order.

Scott Hall NWO WCW WWE Wrestler
Scott Hall NWO WCW WWE Wrestler

Scott Hall on Card

Scott Hall’s card front features a full color illustration of “the Bad Guy” in a classic pose and has a large yellow burst proclaiming “Includes nWo Gear & Championship”! On the back of the card, it features the black and white sketch of the illustration on the front of the card plus same classic Bad Guy lines “It’s Survey Time”, and “One more for the Good Guys”.

Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Front
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Card Back

Scott Hall Figure

Scott Hall is rockin his removeable soft goods nWo black t-shirt. If you remove his T-shirt, he is bear chested but reveals a very hair chest! That is a first for any WWE figure in this 5.5″ MOTU buck! He has on black arm bands and is wearing small wrestling shorts with the word ” Hall” on the front and “Wolf Pac” on the back. His knee pads are red and black and he has on red wrestling boots with black laces. The black shoe laces are a nice touch as well and really compliment the red boots nicely. He also includes 2 additional sets of hands, the first are fists and the second set are posed in his signature hand gesture. He also includes a black WCW wrestling belt, black sunglasses, and can of black spray paint!

Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Back View
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Back View
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories Shirtless
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Accessories Shirtless

Scott Halls face is also a first in that they included stubble on his face from not shaving and I have to say, they pulled it off perfectly! His has his signature hair swirl in the front and rockin an pony in the back! They did an excellent job on this head sculpt and capture Scott Hall’s likeness perfectly!

Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Head Sculpt
Scott Hall WWE Superstars Series 2 Head Sculpt

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