(Okay, Nate Diaz is somewhat recognizable other than the fact that he’s as big as Carwin, but the others aren’t even close.)
If your only job was to create plastic facsimiles of MMA fighters for the action figure company you worked for, you’d think you might want to do it with at least *some* accuracy.
I’m guilty of owning a vintage Ken Shamrock WWF and a handful of Zakks Pacific figures that I bought spruce up my office a bit, but I’ve never seen a Round 5 model that I’ve had the desire to purchase.
They just seem like the design team is just phoning them in. The fact that they advertise them with a photo of the real fighter in the background which doesn’t even look a little bit like the toy version is somewhat odd.
Tell me this looks anything like Vitor Belfort:
It’s almost as if they had a Gonzaga figure ready to go and they had to rebrand it after "Napao" got cut last week by the UFC.
I kind of want the Jim Carrey or the Jason Statham figure, but I’ll wait until they go on sale at T.J. Maxx.