Buzz Break: 2016 WWE Divas Revolution wrestling cards


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16diva_1039_frThe box: 2016 WWE Divas Revolution wrestling cards
Where to buy: 
Initially only available at Walmart

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 51
Cards in this box: 51
Base set completion: 
25 of 43 (58 percent)
Duplicates: 0

Notables on base cards – Sasha Banks, Trish Stratus, Stephanie McMahon, Charlotte, Torrie Wilson, Kelly Kelly, Maryse, Mandy Rose, Ivory

Rookie Cards/First NXT (4) – Aliyah, Liv Morgan, Carmella, Nia Jax


Insert/short-print cards: 25  (gallery of inserts and notable base cards below)
Silver parallel (1) – Miss Elizabeth (/50)
Power Couples (4) – Miss Elizabeth & “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Lita & Edge, Trish Stratus & Christian, Sensational Sherri & Shawn Michaels
The Best Matches (6) – Bayley defeats Sasha Banks, Charlotte defeats Sasha Banks, Stephanie McMahon defeats Brie Bella, Trish Stratus defeats Lita, Charlotte defeats Natalya, Alundra Blayze defeats Bull Nagano
The Revolution (1) – Team PCB defeats Team Bella and Team B.A.D.
Historic Women’s Champions (8) – Trish Stratus, Maryse, Nikki Bella, Charlotte (NXT), Charlotte (Divas), Charlotte (WWE), Eve Torres, Alundra Blayze
Rivalries (5) – Trish Stratus vs. Stephanie McMahon, Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte, Miss Elizabeth vs. Sensational Sherri, Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks, Bayley vs. Sasha Banks


Autographs/Memorabilia: 1
Pink Autographs (1) – Leilani Kai (/25)

What’s Buzz-worthy: The story of how the WWE’s women’s division got to where it is now can largely be documented in this Walmart-exclusive release — a revolution of sorts where its female competitors are actually no longer known as Divas. Nearly all of the notable names are found here (save for Sable, Mickie James, The Fabulous Moolah and Mae Young) making this one of the better women’s sets made for WWE. (It’s the first for Topps and first since Fleer had an all-women’s release in 2004.) … About the only drawback here would be the jumbo pack packaging that led to some soft corners and dings as wedged into a blaster box. … As you can see above, there are a ton of inserts here and you only get roughly half of a small set in a box — both things that help the fun factor and the collectability. … You get a hit in every single box — an autograph, Relic or Kiss Card or some combination thereof — and typically one base parallel card, too. With parallels that are Silver, Pink, Gold and Red across all of the hits and the base cards you don’t get any particular type of card found in every single box. This box over-delivered with a rarer color auto (one in 33 boxes). Overall, this one has the feel of a winner, though there are undoubtedly some Relics (/199) and autos that won’t sell as well as others. Buzz will be ripping a few more of these boxes for sure.

Product Grade: A
Box Grade:
Fun Grade: A

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