It's a low priority line sadly. And Hillbilly Jim has been mentioned as a possibility assuming we can come up with a design that doesn't mess with the budget. >>10054669
The WWE license is pretty restrictive with the company being way more hands than most licensing deals we handle. And way more prone to vetoing stuff. In general, we tend to have to pick our battles with what we want to put out versus what WWE wants us to put out.
Case in point, Stunning Steve Austin was a figure we had been wanting to do for a while but the WWE didn't want Austin's pre-Stone Cold personas made into a toy. We ultimately got the WWE to come around to the idea by compromising and making him be Hollywood Blondes era Steve Austin, even though the bulk of us don't like the Hollywood Blondes and wanted rookie era Steve Austin with the big fancy robe instead.
If the WWE had it's way, the toy line would be nothing but Roman Reigns, John Cena, Rey Mysterio, Bray Wyatt, and other "top guys" as designated by the WWE. I can't tell you how many times we've begged (unsuccessfully) to retire Rey Mysterio from getting new figures as far as saying "we've made so many of him and he doesn't really sell well BTW, can we PLEASE give his slot in this wave to someone else?" and been told "No" by the WWE. Or being told we can't do an Ultimate Dexter Lumis with his smock and hatchet and other accessories because they want that slot to go to a Jeff Hardy figure.
It's one of the reasons why the basic line is filled with undercard guys. We can't get approval for them being made into Elites and have to use the basic line to sneak them out the door.