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2015 Topps UFC Knockout is another high-end showcase for the brand. Every pack has an autograph or memorabilia card with boxes promising five signed cards.
Featuring a deep base set and multiple inserts, 2015 Topps UFC Chronicles also delivers for hit collectors with five autographs or relics per box.
2015 Topps UFC Champions is one of the more affordable MMA sets on the market. The base set is large and hobby boxes come with four autographs.
2014 Topps UFC Knockout is back again, with boxes yielding eight total hits and an autograph or relic in each pack. Championship Belt Plate Autograph Relic cards look to be the most appealing addition to this popular product.
2014 Topps UFC Champions is one of the more affordable MMA trading card sets in some time. That said, hobby boxes still deliver five total autographs and memorabilia cards.
2014 Topps UFC Bloodlines uses nationality and lineage as the focal point for delivering an autograph or memorabilia card per pack.
2012 Topps UFC Knockout goes to battle with either an autograph or relic card in every pack. Cases promise at least one book card. Several popular inserts return, including Fist-ographs and Triple Threads.
One of the most popular brands in MMA returns with 2013 Topps UFC Finest. Hobby boxes deliver either a multi-signed autograph or autographed relic, an additional autograph and four relic cards.
2013 Topps UFC Bloodlines focuses on the global appeal of the sport. The high-end product has a hit in every pack with boxes delivering at least five total autographs.
2012 Topps UFC Knockout sees another high-end set from the Octagon. Offering a hit per pack, collectors will like find themselves chasing new Fist-ograph box toppers and SickSigs book cards that have six autographs.
2012 Topps UFC Finest sees the return of several levels of colorful Refractors. Boxes promise two autographs, two jumbo fighter relics and two jumbo mat relics. One-of-one fight-used mouth guard relics highlight the chase.
Boasting 10 hits per box, 2012 UFC Bloodlines is loaded. Besides the traditional autographs and relics collectors have come to expect, the release has some new angles include event-used Bruce Buffer announce cards and UFC sketch cards.
2011 Topps UFC Title Shot offers hardcore MMA fans the chance to collect current champions as well as prospect potential future champions. Title Shot is a cardboard celebration of UFC champions past, present and future. Each $70-$90 hobby box delivers 12 packs and 4 hits.
At 220 cards, 2011 Topps UFC Moment of Truth is the biggest set yet for the MMA promotion. Every box includes a dual hit, autograph and relic card. This is also the first UFC set to include Strikeforce fighters.
2011 Topps Finest UFC details, card gallery, highlights, hot auctions, price comparison and other information. The set brings together such brand hallmarks as Refractor rainbows, autographs and mini boxes.
2011 Leaf Metal MMA is an extremely limited, all-autograph release. Boxes come with eight signed cards, including inserts and parallels from many of the world’s best fighters. The checklist has MMA personalities from several promotions, not just UFC.
2010 Topps UFC Series 4 is a solid, budget-friendly MMA card offering that is worth looking into if you are a hardcore UFC Fan. Each 16-pack hobby box delivers 2 autographs, 2 relics, and a handful of inserts and parallels.
This upcoming December, Topps will raise the MMA trading card bar with the industries first high-end UFC product. 2010 Topps UFC Knockout offers MMA fans a 1 hit per pack product that packs plenty of punch. With “Sick Sigs” 6-auto cards, relic autographs, and plenty of “high-end” trading card theatrics, “Knockout” could signal the dawn of a new day for UFC cards.
Formerly known as 2010 Razor MMA, the high-end Mixed Martial Arts trading card product packs plenty of punch, offering collectors 1 autograph per pack. It also features 40 MMA fighters who have yet to appear on a trading card, namely Fedor Emelianenko.