A batch of new WWE action figures are on their way to fans, soon.

Friday, WWE and Mattel joined forces to host a fan panel during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, where they revealed their newest round of upcoming WWE figure releases.

The panel was moderated by WWE broadcaster Sam Roberts, and featured Mattel Elite Squad representatives Bill Miekina and Steve Ozer. WWE Superstars Johnny Gargano, Bianca Belair, Dominik Mysterio, and Adam Cole also dropped by at various points to help reveal the figures.

Among those released are various Elite Collection Series, Ultimate Edition, and Retro figures, along with figures for Masters of the WWE Universe Wave 8. Superstars with new figures range from current NXT and WWE talent like Ember Moon, Keith Lee, Santos Escobar, Damian Priest, Reckoning, to legends like Trish Stratus, Sgt. Slaughter, Zodiac, and The Goon.

The panel revealed several new Championship Showdown 2-Pack sets, including the Rhea Ripley and Charlotte Flair set, and the Drew McIntyre and Goldberg set. New Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, and WrestleMania Elite figures were also added to the new batch, which included new Dakota Kai, Bayley, Bret Hart, and Vince McMahon figures.

New entries into the Hollywood Elite Collection Series was introduced, featuring The Rock as Luke Hobbs from “Hobbs & Shaw”, John Cena as Jakob Toretto from “F9”, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper as John Nada from “They Live”, Roman Reigns as Mateo Hobbs from “Hobbs & Shaw”, and even The Rock as “The Scorpion King”.

Most notable from the panel, was the new campaign from WWE and Mattel seeking backers for the WWE Ultimate New Generation Arena. The crowdfunding campaign requires at least 5,000 backers at $250 each before Aug. 22 to produce the set. More features are “unlocked” after 7,000 and 8,000 backers are reached. At the time of this article, there are 660 backers.

WWE released a gallery of photos featuring the new Mattel WWE action figures Friday, as well.

The entire San Diego Comic-Con virtual panel that aired Friday can be seen at the video below.