Why Our Dolls Are The Best

1. Best Quality Likeness

Our Jeter, Their JeterWe test dozens of university-trained sculptors to find those most able to sculpt realistic heads, and only a select few meet our exacting requirements. Then we train them for several months. Our sculptors make tens of thousands of individual bobbleheads a year, so they have experience as well as talent and training. They know how to make the bobblehead look just like the pictures you send. Compare the Derek Jeter doll made by our competitor with the one our sculptor created!

When you order from Whoopass Enterprises, you get a doll sculpted by one of the “Michaelangelos” of bobblehead-making.

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2. Most Detailed Painting

We employ some of the most talented painters available to capture the intricate details of your tattoos, logos and sports uniforms. You will be amazed at how much detail they can depict on something so tiny.
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3. Top-Notch Customer Service

We are equally proud of our customer service team. They go the extra mile to meet all your needs, making sure you are kept current on the progress of your doll and that every detail is captured. They are ready to brainstorm with you to design your bobblehead, too.

Bigger Is Better

4. Bigger Is Better

Our bobbleheads are a lot bigger than you can find elsewhere. Whoopass dolls are between 8.5 and 9 inches tall, not 7 or even 6 inches. Our larger doll lets us capture more details and create a more realistic face. And besides, our bigger dolls just look cooler!

5. Fastest Turnaround and On-Time Delivery

Because we know your bobbleheads are often special gifts for important events, we do everything in our power to get them to you on time. We’ve heard dozens of horror stories about the important centerpiece of the event, a bobblehead ordered from our competitors, that did not arrive in time.

In fact, we have been able to rescue many events whose planners were told their dolls would not be coming after all–we can have bobbleheads to you (even for large orders) in as little as 1 to 2 weeks.

6. The Original and the Best

Whoopass was the first large bobblehead company to make individual dolls, and we’ve been making them for many years now. Over 95% of our customers would recommend us to a friend, which is quite a testimonial!

We know the best way to keep our business healthy and growing is to give you an excellent product and top-notch service. Check our testimonials to hear from some of our customers.

7. No Nickel and Diming: everything’s included

Our pricing includes all the details like logos, writing on the base of the doll, jewelry and tattoos. Though other companies may offer a lower base price, once you add everything up, you’ll still find us to be equal or less expensive than the competitor.

8. Made in the USA

Your product is completely designed by you, and we understand that it can be hard to capture every detail you want if language barriers and time changes are involved. We moved our production back to the USA from overseas in 2010 to provide you the best quality possible.

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ESPN’s Michael Wilbon joined Dennis & Callahan on Monday to talk about Game 3 of the NBA finals, the officiating, whether the Thunder would be better off with Rajon Rondo or Russell Westbrook, and more. To hear the interview, visit the Dennis & Callahan audio on demand page.

Asked whether LeBron James was getting superstar treatment after playing such aggressive defense and being called for zero fouls Sunday night, Wilbon said, “I’d have to go back and look at the game and just pay attention to what LeBron did. It could’ve been a bad night for the way LeBron was called, and also, we know that LeBron is physically superior. He can control his body in ways that even the other great players cannot in terms of avoiding contact and that sort of thing. And also, superstar treatment was surely in effect.”

As for whether Kevin Durant ought to be afforded the same treatment, Wilbon said Durant would, in time.

“People have to earn it,” Wilbon said. “And earning it in the NBA means, in the culture of this league for 60 years, so longer than any of these officials have been around, is seniority. And you get it when you’ve been a great player over time. And Durant had a couple of fouls called on him last night that in my opinion should not have been called.”

While he felt it was too early to say definitely, Wilbon said the Thunder look like a team that will win championships, just not this year.

“Every great player, except Magic Johnson, in the last, I don’t know, 35 years, has been crushed, usually in the finals, but certainly conference finals, multiple times even,” Wilbon said, pointing to Hall of Fame players such as Larry Bird, Michael Jordan, Hakeem Olajuwan and David Robinson. “They were crushed before they broke through. I don’t feel like Oklahoma City has gone through that right of passage yet. We know Miami has been through that. LeBron James personally has been through that, twice, already. And I feel like Miami has this sense that, ‘Oh no, no, no, we’re not going to have that happen again.’ It’s awful to go through that for an entire offseason and I don’t know that Oklahoma City is playing with that ‘hate to lose’ sort of mentality.”

As for whether winning a ring will change James’s legacy or if he will need to do it in a certain fashion, such as with a heroic last-second shot, Wilbon said the while dramatic plays won’t be necessary, James will need to win multiple championships.

“Since the Magic-Bird era, which is how I define the modern NBA, the greatest players have won multiple championships, and I think LeBron is going to be judged that way,” Wilbon said.

“To tell you the truth,” Wilbon said, “I like LeBron James too much to see him go through that. It’s like seeing [golfer] Phil Mickelson go through it a few years ago. I just want that story line to go away. I’d love to see LeBron James win a championship so that story line, that card is taken out of the deck, if you will.

Harkening back to offseason talk about a Rajon Rondo for Russell Westbrook trade, Wilbon was asked whether the Thunder would be better off with Rondo right now.

“Yes. I think so,” Wilbon said. “Think about this, Durant in this series has gone 12-for-20, 12-for-22 and 11-for-19. These are extraordinary shooting percentages when you’re playing a lot of the game against LeBron James. Extraordinary shooting percentages. But why is he only getting 19 shots? Or 20 shots? Why isn’t he at a Kobe [Bryant]-like number of 26 or 28 shots? Why not? And that’s because they don’t have a natural point guard. Russell Westbrook is a converted 2 guard. He is a guy who was a star shooter or star scorer himself. An L.A. kid who liked the spotlight and liked taking and making the shot himself and so now he’s forced into this role at point guard. He’s not natural at it. He’s effective a lot of times but he’s not natural.”