They have the power: Superstars share "Masters of the Universe" memories

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November 02, 2012

Masters of the Universe

Chiseled physiques. Larger-than-life personas. Intense battles between good and evil. These same descriptors accurately illustrate what can be seen at any WWE event on the planet. They also represent the appeal of Mattel’s Masters of the Universe action figure franchise. Launched in 1982, the toys transported kids’ imaginations to the mythical world of Eternia, where Heroic Warriors — led by the powerful He-Man — were constantly locked in battle with the evil forces of Skeletor. (No, Kane, not Larry King.)

Exclusively on WWE.com and in celebration of the franchise’s 30th anniversary, WWE Superstars reflect on growing up with Masters of the Universe and describe what Mattel’s innovative toy line and its accompanying animated series still mean to them. Plus, find out who’s planning some new MOTU-inspired ring gear!

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