Buzz Break: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division cards (box)


From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and break down the results here. Like this and want to see more — or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.

The box: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division wrestling cards (box)
Where to buy: Initially only at Walmart ($19.98)

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 81
Base set completion: 
39 of 50 (78 percent)
Duplicates: 0

Notables on base cards: Alexa Bliss, Asuka, Carmella, Eve Torres, Mandy Rose, Stephanie McMahon, Ruby Riot, Mandy Rose, Elizabeth, Ember Moon, Kelly Kelly, Sasha Banks, Brie Bella, Mickie James, Beth Phoenix, Becky Lynch, Cathy Kelley, Bayley, Charlotte Flair, Trish Stratus, Sherri Martel, Nikki Bella, Lita, Liv Morgan, Torrie Wilson, Lana, Maryse

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Buzz Break: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division cards (box)


From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and break down the results here. Like this and want to see more — or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.

The box: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division wrestling cards (box)
Where to buy: Initially only at Walmart ($19.98)

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 81
Base set completion: 
39 of 50 (78 percent)
Duplicates: 0

Notables on base cards: Stephanie McMahon, Ruby Riot, Mandy Rose, Elizabeth, Ember Moon, Kelly Kelly, Sasha Banks, Brie Bella, Mickie James, Beth Phoenix, Becky Lynch, Cathy Kelley, Bayley, Charlotte Flair, Trish Stratus, Sherri Martel, Nikki Bella, Lita, Liv Morgan, Torrie Wilson

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Buzz Break: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division cards (box)


From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and break down the results here. Like this and want to see more — or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.

The box: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division wrestling cards (box)
Where to buy: Initially only at Walmart ($19.98)

Packs per box: 1
Cards per pack: 81
Base set completion: 
41 of 50 (82 percent)
Duplicates: 0

Notables on base cards: Asuka, Ember Moon, Mandy Rose, Ruby Riot, Brie Bella, Alexa Bliss, Bayley, Maryse, Mickie James, Nia Jax, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Charlotte Flair, Lana, Naomi, Natalya, Eve Torres, Elizabeth, Trish Stratus, Beth Phoenix, Ivory, Kelly Kelly, Torrie Wilson

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First Buzz: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division wrestling cards

What: 2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division wrestling cards
Arrives: Sept. 6
Box basics: One hit per blaster box

What’s buzz-worthy: The WWE’s women once again get a product of their own with this one only initially available via Walmart like last year’s very popular Divas Revolution set.

Keep reading for more and the checklist.

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Buzz-worthy Bargain Break: 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution

If you hadn’t noticed, there are a number of boxes with discounted prices this weekend and for the next week or so over on the mothership and they were dramatic enough that Buzz had to sit down and ponder the possibilities in many of them.

So much so here’s another of a few “picks” to come in the next few days.

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Buzz 12 in 12: Busting a 2017 Topps WWE hobby box (Hour 3)

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 3.

12in12-logo-smallerThe box: 2017 Topps WWE wrestling cards (hobby box)
The cost: Click here

What’s inside this one? Keep reading …

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Buzz Break: 2017 Topps WWE wrestling cards (hobby box)


From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and break down the results here. Like this and want to see more — or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.

The box: 2017 Topps WWE wrestling cards (hobby box)
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com

Packs per box: 24
Cards per pack: 7
Cards in this box: 168
Base set completion: 
100 of 100 (100 percent)
Duplicates: 22

Notable names pulled on base cards: The Rock, Bayley, Brock Lesnar, Enzo Amore, Finn Balor, Goldberg, Mick Foley, Paige, Triple H, Alexa Bliss, Carmella, John Cena, Maryse, Randy Orton, Undertaker, Asuka, Bobby Roode, Ember Moon, Liv Morgan, Shinsuke Nakamura, Ric Flair, Beth Phoenix, Eric Bischoff, Ivory, Kelly Kelly, Torrie Wilson

Rookie Cards: Princess Victoria (no logo), Judy Martin (no logo), Samoa Joe, Mojo Rawley, Jason Jordan, Chad Gable, Carmella, Alexa Bliss, TJ Perkins, Nia Jax, Finn Balor, Corey Graves,  Bayley and nearly all referee cards (no logo) and some announcers. Note: In addition, since they are base cards in this release any “First NXT Cards” — and there are many — also would technically be RCs though those individuals would get RC logo cards if they make main rosters.

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Buzz Break: 2016 WWE Divas Revolution wrestling cards

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From time to time, Buzz will break a box of something and post the results here. Like this and want to see more? Or maybe there’s a box you’d want to see busted? Send Buzz an email at BlowoutBuzz@blowoutcards.com.

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

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First Buzz: 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution + gallery & checklist

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What: 2016 Topps WWE Divas Revolution wrestling cards
Arrives: Nov. 30 (at Walmart)
Box basics: One autograph or Relic per box.

What’s buzz-worthy: This Walmart-only exclusive product includes a hit in every box and is solely focused on the female stars of the WWE, offering a bit of a history lesson as the company focuses on its women’s division like never before.

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