On this page you’ll find all merchandize cards from William Regal that were published in 2015 and that I actually own. I don’t copy & paste pictures from all around the internet. So chances are that these aren’t all cards available. If you like to suggest one or more cards for me to complete my collection, just give me a hint in the commentary section on this page. Thanks in advance!
- Card no. 84 (left: common)
- Card no. 75 (left: chrome)
- Card no. 75 (right: gold
limited card no. 04/50)
- H(eigh)t: 6’3”
- W(eigh)t: 243 lbs.
- From: Blackpool, England
“William Regal was one of the most feared Superstars in sports-entertainment history. Notorious for his physical style that left opponents sore for weeks, the native of Blackpool, England had success in both WCW and WWE. Throughout his amazing in-ring career, Regal has captured the Intercontinental Championship twice, and has been World Tag Team Champion with three different partners. His Blackpool toughness also served him well competing for WWE’s now-defunct Hardcore Championship. Regal was also the 2008 King of the Ring, and now serves as NXT General Manager.”
If you like to watch a few videos from William Regal as General Manager of NXT, just click here for a playlist.
- Left cards No. 05/30 & 13/30
- Right card: common
“Congratulations! You now own an authentic King Of The Ring 1993 event-used sign relic!”
WWE this year went for a little recognition of history. But it’s a slightly strange card because the actual KOTR relic is from 1993 when Bret Hart won but William Regal, who won in 2008, is portrayed. And since this is a chronology of William Regal, you can watch his win in the 2008 final against CM Punk here.
- Height: 6’3”
- Weight: 243 lbs.
- From: Blackpool, England
“William Regal’s career in sports entertainment began on the streets of Blackpool, England. The street smarts he learned in those early days carried him to fame in WCW, where Regal battled the likes of Fit Finlay in hard-hitting bouts among Europeans. Midway through the Attitude Era, Regal made the decision to move to WWE and never looked back as he enjoyed a remarkable career that included numerous championships and being named King of the Ring. Today, Regal is leading the future of sports entertainment as the general manager of NXT.”
- Then & Now | Card no.: 29 of 30
“William Regal debuted on North American shores with WCW with a unique combination of unmatched technical ability and an affinity for brawling. Trained in the streets of England, Regal utilized that same mindset to capture the WCW Television Championship on four occasions. Numerous other championships later, Regal stands as the general manager of NXT having unofficially retired from in-ring competition. His contributions to sports entertainment extend beyond the ropes, however, as he has been a mentor to numerous up-and-coming WWE Superstars, including Daniel Bryan.”
- General Rating: 2 / 5 stars
- Defence: 42
- Attack: 54