WWEŽ POWER SLAMMERS™ Ring
Item #: Y0008
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Ready to rumble? With the Power Slammers Ring, kids can recreate outrageous matches and play out the brawling action and drama of the WWE!
This is where the extreme action and excitement happens — all the over-the-top mayhem that WWE fans love! The Power Slammers Ring is the perfect place for kids to recreate wrangling matches with their Power Slammers figures (sold separately). The clear plastic boundaries contain the brawling fun without blocking it and even let figures bounce off — and sometimes over the top of — the sides of the ring!A few things to note:
WWE Power Slammers figures are difficult to connect.
The WWE Power Slammers figures are difficult to connect at the arms the first few times. The more you connect the figures, the easier they become to connect
WWE Power Slammers figures don't move.
When the WWE Power Slammers figures are connected, cranked up and the head is pushed to start, they start to move, but then get caught or don't move.
For the Thunder Twisting figures (John Cena, Zack Ryder, and Sheamus), make sure the arm is straight before you push the head to start wrestling. If the arm is bent, it causes the figures to get caught and not wrestle.
WWE Power Slammers short wrestling time.
After the WWE Power Slammers figures are connected, cranked up and the head is pushed, the "wrestling" feature does not last long. Crank the lever clockwise until it clicks, usually about 11 times, for full power battling.
Scuffed Ring is intentional.
The WWE Power Slammers Ring is supposed to get scuffed up after the figures wrestle, on purpose, to show "battle damage."
- Great for recreating WWE matches and mayhem
- Clear plastic boundaries contain the action without blocking it
- Designed with authentic logos
- A great gift for any WWE fan
- Figures not included. & Š 2013 WWE.
Battery Required: No | Batteries Included: No
Assembly Required: No
Age Grade: 6 & up
Country of Origin: Imported