It's been a while since I've had a new WWE girl to review. I never found the Naomi and Cameron 2-Pack and I've skipped a bunch of AJ Lee and Bella Twins repaints, but I never stop cruising the WWE aisle just to see what's new. I've mentioned before that I know nothing about Wrestling, and I also don't pay (obsessive) attention to this WWE line from Mattel. The end result is that this is the one toy line that still has the potential to surprise me when I find a figure in the stores. I have no idea who is in the lineup. I just look for figures, and if I see one I like, I buy it. That's why it was super confusing for me when I found this figure at K-Mart a few weeks ago. I thought she looked great, and she didn't look familiar, but something was making me think I had somehow reviewed her already. So I checked my blog only to discover that Natalya had an entirely different figure in 2012. I don't know how common a resculpt is in this line, but I tend to think it's pretty rare treatment. Kudos to Natalya for making the cut!
Natalya has the same great articulation we've come to expect from this line. In fact, she shares an identical body with a ton of the WWE ladies in my collection.
Time for Some Comparison Pics!
Here she is with 2012's Natalya.