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R-3 Tech was a line of figures made by Jakks Pacific that followed the "Titan Tron Live" style. R3 style figures ran from 2001-2003 and was the first to feature "real scan technology." The figures not only had real scan heads, but real scan bodies (or so they advertised). The line was short lived with 15 series, two box sets, and overall only featured 26 different wrestlers and many re-paints. Many collectors say that the figures are similar to the recent WWE Mattel Basic style figures, though the R-3 form predates them by almost a decade.

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Box Sets ( 29 images) - Released: 2002
- Only Four Box Sets were made in the R3 line, but only the Hulk Still Rules Box Set included all 3 R3 Figures.
Hulk Still Rules: 1984 Hulk Hogan, 1996 Hollywood Hulk Hogan, and 2002 Hulk Hogan
Federation Poison: NWO Style Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and X-Pac (TTL Style)
Smackdown Draft Box Set (Chris Jericho, Hollywood Hulk Hogan, Vince McMahon (TTL), The Rock)
Raw Draft Box Set (Bubba Ray Dudley (TTL), The Undertaker, Ric Flair (TTL), and Steve Austin)

Draft Blue Cards ( 10 images) - Released: 2002
- The Smackdown! Draft. This set included a mix of Titan Tron Live style figures and R-3 Tech. Housekeeping note: This set is included with R3 instead of TTL because it was released at the time of the R3 era
Draft Red Cards ( 18 images) - Released: 2002
- 2002 RAW Draft figures. Only Scott Hall and Rob Van Dam were in R-3 Style, the rest of the figures were TTL style figures.

nWo 2-packs ( 19 images) - Released: 2002
- Set Included: Hogan & The Rock, Nash & Kane, Scott Hall & Stone Cold Steve Austin
nWo series 1 ( 40 images) - Released: 2002
- Set included: Hulk Hogan nWo wrestling gear, Hogan in street nWo gear, Scott Hall in wrestling gear, Hall in nWo street gear, Nash in both attires. It seems as though Jakks anticapted more popularity and a longer run for NWO figures as this was the only series.

R-3 Tech Series 01 ( 59 images) - Released: 2001
- Includes: Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Chris Jericho(and also a varient), Chris Benoit, Kane, and Matt Hardy
R-3 Tech series 02 ( 34 images) - Released: 2002
- Includes: Undertaker, Edge, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and Big Show, and Jeff Hardy
R-3 Tech Series 03 ( 14 images) - Released: 2002
- Includes: Stone Cold Steve Austin, Jeff Hardy, Kane, Undertaker, Big Show, and Matt Hardy
R-3 Tech Series 04 ( 27 images) - Released: 2002
- Includes: Kurt Angle, Billy, Chuck, Triple H, Rikishi, and Test
R-3 Tech series 05 ( 20 images) - Released: 2003
- Includes: Undertaker, Chris Benoit, Kevin Nash, RVD, Booker T., and Jeff Hardy

Unchained Fury 2-Pack Series 2 ( 18 images) - Released: 2002
- Includes: Billy & Chuck, Edge & Kurt Angle, and DDP & Christian
Unchained Fury 2-Packs Series 3 ( 12 images) - Released: 2003
- Basically the same as series 2 but replaced DDP with Test and repainted Billy and Chuck to have Black tights instead of red
Unchained Fury series 03 ( 31 images) - Released: 2002
- Includes: Kevin Nash, Rhyno, Kurt Angle, Tajiri, RVD, and Booker T.

Unrelenting / Relentless ( 32 images) - Released: 2003
- Includes: Booker T, Chris Jericho, Edge, Triple H (street clothes: black shirt/pants), Rob Van Dam (same as Unchained Fury 3, and Jeff Hardy (new design) . This whole set was incredibly limited. It is the kind of set that is very rare but isn't in heavy demand. Nonetheless, if you find any you should grab it immediately.

Wrestlemania X-8 Singles ( 34 images) - Released: 2002
- Set included: Triple H, Rob Van Dam, Diamond Dallas Page, Billy Gunn, Chuck, and Maven
Wrestlemania X-8 Two-packs ( 4 images) - Released: 2002
- Includeds: Kurt Angle & Kane, Booker T & Edge, Hulk Hogan & The Rock, The Undertaker and Ric Flair (Flair had a variant)