The second-biggest WWE pay-per-view of the year arrives on Sunday — but the commemorative cardboard is here already with the newest Topps on Demand release.
Topps unveiled the 2017 Topps on Demand WWE SummerSlam set on Wednesday and it includes two autographs in every set.
A new inclusion found in all types of 2017 Topps WWE packs is something that we’ve been accustomed to in other sports but is new for wrestling collectors.
The second series of 2016 Topps WWE trading cards — dubbed 2016 Topps WWE Then Now & Forever — arrives tomorrow with a new crop of cardboard and some first-time signers.
We know this because we now have the final checklist as released by Topps.
A.J. Styles is reportedly set to make his WWE debut sometime in the next week with the annual Royal Rumble pay-per-view set for Sunday in Orlando and the Raw and Smackdown tapings also in Florida next week.
That’s good news for wrestling card collectors since he’s a relatively plentiful autograph, a potential popular name for the story lines heading into the biggest time of the year with WrestleMania coming soon, and he’s also a bargain auto to pick up at the moment.
How much of a bargain?