JoeMimic - Ryan could you post some links to some decent extra accessories? I want to get some for my son but I remember you saying some really disappointed. Thanks in advance.
Sure, VU & I'm sorry I didn't see your response sooner!
WrestlingSuperstore.com sells several different accessories (just about anything you could imagine) taken from the exact same mold as created originally by WWE's 90's Action Figure Manufacturer, Jakks Pacific. Things like regular tables, ladders & steel chairs, are available in a variety of different colors.
However, I would certainly steer clear of their self-designed, breakaway announcer's tables. Very poor quality & design.
If I knew what you were looking for in particular, I could give you a much more accurate, personal suggestion.
Generally, anything from RingsideCollectibles.com is of good quality. However, I am not too thrilled with their design of a 3-piece breakaway table. The legs are slanted, and it doesn't look very realistic. I would imagine it would be extremely difficult to use functionally in a match being had by a kid playing with their figures. Very difficult to actually "put someone through" the table itself.
RingsideCollectibles.com also sells a 20+ piece accessory package with pretty much one of every weapon/hardcore accessory Jakks ever created. If you're looking for the best 'bang for you buck,' you can't go wrong with that. You pretty much get every prop they made over time at Jakks Pacific in one big package deal, and it's a decent price as opposed to buying them all separately from WrestlingSuperstore.com.
They also have several different items- folding chairs, ladders, etc- available in all sorts of different colors. They have & sell some of Mattel's molds, as well. Decent quality is virtually guaranteed. Again, if there is anything you're looking for in specific, I could offer a much more clear and helpful opinion. Feel free to ask me anything!
Basically, Ringside is a little more expensive (a couple bucks here & there) than WrestlingSuperstore, but the quality is usually superior and worth it, IMO. With WrestlingSuperstore, what you see is what you get- and sometimes even that is not the case, as I've ordered items based on their pictures & descriptions, and received something entirely different than what it looked to be on their website in pictures.