Wrestling Card Sets
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On-card autographs and Refractors return in 2015 Topps Chrome WWE. Other highlights include NXT Championship Belt Plate cards and relics from several events.
2015 Topps WWE Dog Tags mix fashion accessories and trading cards. Each pack comes with a tag and a matching card. Gold parallels and Relic Tags add a chase element.
2015 Topps WWE looks to professional wrestling’s past, present and future. Hobby boxes have a pair of hits. Other inserts include a Hulk Hogan tribute and Crowd Chants.
2014 Leaf Originals Wrestling is another all-autograph set featuring many of professional wrestling’s biggest stars from the 1970s through the present. Hulk Hogan, Sting, Trish Stratus and Mike Tyson are among the signers.
2011 FCW Summer Slamarama could be one of the most important sets of wrestling cards in some time. The rare release includes the first cards of AJ Lee, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and more.
2014 Topps WWE Road to WrestleMania charts the events leading up to WrestleMania XXX. Hobby boxes have a pair of hits while insert sets honor the Ultimate Warrior, the Undertaker and Trish Stratus.
1987 Topps WWF trading cards came out at the peak of the ’80s wrestling boom. Besides basic superstar cards, the set includes highlights from Wrestlemania III, which was headlined by Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant.
2014 Topps Chrome WWE Wrestling features Championship Plate Belts and a variety of autographs, relics and inserts all complete with the Chrome finish. Each hobby box includes two hits.
1985 O-Pee-Chee WWF Pro Wrestling Stars partially mirrors the popular set released by Topps around the same time. However, Canadians got a second series that is notable for the first cards of many wrestlers, most notably Randy Savage.
2014 Topps WWE Wrestling includes two hits per box. New Championship Belts add more hit options, along with several autographs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.