Buzz 12 in 12: Busting a 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution box (Hour 4)

Do you like Buzz Breaks? Today’s your day then as we launch 12 in 12 — a series of a dozen breaks of past wax boxes and wax packs in a dozen hours. We’ll post one every hour on the hour all day long today … this is Hour 4.

12in12-logo-smallerThe box: 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution
The cost: Click here

What’s inside this one? Keep reading …

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 – Trish Stratus, Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Asuka, Miss Elizabeth, Nikki Bella, Bayley

Rookie Cards/First NXT (4) – Aliyah, Alexa Bliss, Liv Morgan, Carmella

Insert/short-print cards: 25  (gallery of inserts and some base cards below)
Power Couples (6) – Queen Sherri & “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Sensational Sherri & Shawn Michaels, Lita & Edge, Stephanie McMahon & Triple H, Lita & Kane, Brie Bella & Daniel Bryan
The Best Matches (6) – Charlotte defeats Sasha Banks, Stephanie McMahon defeats Brie Bella, Trish Stratus defeats Lita, Charlotte defeats Natalya, Sasha Banks defeats Becky Lynch, Bayley wins NXT championship
The Revolution (2) – Charlotte defeats Brie Bella, Charlotte defeats Nikki Bella
Historic Women’s Champions (7) – Trish Stratus, Maryse, Nikki Bella, Charlotte (NXT), Lita, Bayley, Alundra Blayze
Rivalries (4) – Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks, Bayley vs. Sasha Banks, Trish Stratus vs. Lita, Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella

Autographs/Memorabilia: 1
Autographed Kiss Card (1) – 
Becky Lynch (/25)

What’s Buzz-worthy: This box was a lass-kicker with a rare Becky Lynch autograph and bolstered by the biggest women’s names in WWE history. This product reportedly did very well at retail last year (it was a retail-exclusive) and is very likely to have another run for the championship this year. This box shows why. … As said in a previous break here, this one tells 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 (super-skinny stock) 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.

Product Grade: A
Box Grade:
Fun Grade: A

Click here to see a previous gallery and the 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution checklist.

What’s next? Be back in an hour …

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