2014 was a quite a year for re-released characters in Mattel's WWE line. Of the handful of female wrestling figures we get in an average year, this year had repeat figures of Vickie Guerrero, Natalya, Amy Lee, Alicia Fox, and now Trish Stratus. I usually avoid these because they are typically simple redecos of the original figures. But this year most of these figures were different enough to convince me to take the plunge. This Trish Stratus figure has the same head as her 2013 figure, but the change in hair color and more streamlined outfit made her look like an improved figure to me. Still, I'd much prefer some brand new figures in 2015 (in addition to the Paige and Emma figures we're already slated to get). Trish is now retired after 7 years in the WWE during which time she was named Babe of the Year three times, WWE Hardcore Champion and Diva of the Decade. She also won seven WWE Women's Championships, the most in WWE history. Let's check out Trish (version 2) below!
The female figures in the WWE Elite lines are a bit of a rip-off. They cost roughly double what a regular figure goes for with the only difference being bulkier packaging and a championship belt.
Time for some Group and Comparison Shots!
Here she is with 2013's Trish Stratus.