Wrestling Card Sets
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1982 Wrestling All Stars Series A and B is a landmark trading card set. It features some of the first cards of many modern Hall of Famers like Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair.
The first set licensed by the industry giant, 1985 Topps WWF Pro Wrestling Stars remains one of the most iconic sets in the history of wrestling cards. The checklist features some of the first cards of Hulk Hogan and many other 1980s legends.
TriStar’s latest TNA trading card offering brings plenty of fresh faces and intriguing new cards to the ring this December. Several new inclusions of intrigue include Lovely Lock’s Hair Cards featuring TNA’s Knockouts, Sting Face Paint Autos and Letterman and Jeff Hardy Original Art Cards.
2010 Topps WWE Platinum Wrestling is a mid-high end wrestling card offering that features card backs written by WWE Announcer Michael Cole. WWE Platinum is set to release in late December of 2010 and will deliver 1 autographed relic, 1 autograph, and 1 relic per 24 pack hobby box.
WWE Slam Attax returns with an all-new revamped card design and a few added wrinkles to the wrestling strategy.
Complete 2010 Topps WWE Wrestling Set Checklist Index. Browse sortable subset checklists and compare prices on singles.
Tristar takes a trip down memory lane through Hulk Hogan bandana relic letter-man in it’s latest wrestling card offering.
2011 Topps WWE Classic is the second all-foil wrestling card set since late last year. The set is highlighted by a large checklist of autographs and relic cards.
2011 TriStar TNA Signature Impact Wrestling details, product review, price comparisons, card gallery, highlights and top singles. Boxes of Signature include three autograph cards, one of which will be a multi-signature card.
2012 Leaf Originals Wrestling is an all-autograph set featuring many of professional wrestling’s greatest living legends. Signers include Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Jake “the Snake” Roberts and Bret Hart. Boxes come with five autographs.
2012 Topps WWE Heritage is inspired by the first Topps WWE set from 1985. Focusing largely on legends, the extensive checklist includes two hits in every box.
2012 Topps WWE is one of the company’s most rounded wrestling card sets to date. Highlights include autographs, Divas Kiss Cards, sketch cards by Jerry Lawler and mat relics featuring canvas from the Wrestlemania XXVIII ring. Every 2012 Topps WWE hobby box comes with two hits.
2012 TriStar TNA Impact Reflexxions bursts with three numbered autographs per box, including one multi-signed card. Other box hits include two numbered parallels, one memorabilia card and a premium foil card.
Celebrating the wrestling company’s tenth anniversary, 2012 TriStar TNA TENacious comes with three autographs per hobby box. The limited edition release is also highlighted by special memorabilia cards and cut signatures from celebrities who appeared with the company.
Highlighting many of the year’s WWE story lines, 2013 Topps Best of WWE takes a different approach to traditional wrestling card sets. Every box includes a relic and either an autograph or Wrestlemania 29 mat card.
2013 Topps WWE Signature Series Dog Tags include randomly inserted autographs and relics. Each pack comes with one wearable dog tag and a matching trading card.
2013 Topps WWE focuses what makes a superstar standout. Hobby boxes deliver two hits including an event-used shirt relic and either an autograph or SummerSlam 2012 mat relic. Autograph signers include Ryback and Paul Heyman.
2013 Tristar TNA Impact Glory is highlighted by four hits per box including at least one on-card autograph and a multi-signed card. The product comes with a limited print run of just 75 hobby cases.
2013 Tristar TNA Impact Live celebrates the wrestling company’s renewed focus on house shows. Every box includes three numbered autographs and an event-used memorabilia card.
2014 Topps Chrome WWE Wrestling features Championship Medallions and a variety of autographs, relics and inserts. Hobby boxes include 2 hits.
2014 Topps WWE Wrestling includes two hits per box. New Championship Belts add more hit options, along with several autographs.