Our national nightmare is finally over.
Dr. Britt Baker DMD will be getting her own action figure.
During the AEW Fan Fest on Saturday, it was announced that Baker will be featured in the upcoming AEW Unmatched series one. Dustin Rhodes, Kenny Omega, Miro, Darby Allin, and a Cody Rhodes LJN will also be part of Unmatched series one.
You can see photos of the figure in the embedded media below.
#AEWUnmatched 1 #BrittBaker revealed at #AEWDoN Fan Fest!— Ringside Collectibles (@RingsideC) May 29, 2021
Coming soon to https://t.co/u2iD9lOk4l!#RingsideCollectibles #WrestlingFigures #Jazwares #AllEliteWrestling #AEWUnrivaled #AEWDynamite #DoubleOrNothing @RealBrittBaker #DMD pic.twitter.com/g2GcpGLhpl
Baker has been very outspoken about her lack of an action figure since AEW began producing them, often taking shots at Jazwares partner Jeremy Padawer for not only not making her figure, but making too many Cody figures. While Padawer may have thought Baker was joking, she recently said in an interview with DAZN that it was no laughing matter.
"I don't know who to blame. I'm going to point my fingers at that Jeremy guy, that weird guy on Twitter that always trolls me about the action figure. The thing is, he thinks it's a joke. He thinks it's a joke. It's literally the American crisis right now. I don't have an action figure. The joke's on him. He's an ass— at this point. The fans want it. I said people are going to show up to his house with pitchforks if he doesn't give me an action figure," she said. "It's enough. Enough is enough. It's not a joke anymore. It's ridiculous. I'm becoming the face of AEW and not just in the women's division. Stop the production on the 12th Cody (Rhodes) figure. We don't need it anymore. Let's take a stop on that and fire up the machines and let's start printing some D.M.Ds."
.@JoeBiden can you please demand the release of my action figure?— Dr. Britt Baker, D.M.D. (@RealBrittBaker) May 28, 2021
With the release of her action figure, Baker will not have to retire, which is good news as she challenges Hikaru Shida for the AEW Women's Championship at Double or Nothing on Sunday.
Fightful will have live coverage of AEW Double or Nothing beginning at 7:30 p.m. ET on Sunday.