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.
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 (blaster box)
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com (for hobby)
Packs per box: 11 (10 packs plus a two-card Relic/bonus pack)
Cards per pack: 7
Cards in this box: 72
Base set completion:
53 of 100 (53 percent)
Notables on base cards: Brock Lesnar, Mick Foley, Paige, Carmella, Undertaker, Bobby Roode, Shinsuke Nakamura, Ric Flair, Eric Bischoff, Ivory, Kelly Kelly, Torrie Wilson
Rookie Cards (logo only): Jason Jordan, Carmella, Chad Gable, Nia Jax
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.
The box: 2011 Topps WWE Classic cards (hobby box)
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com
Packs per box: 24
Cards per pack: 6
Cards in this box: 142
Base set completion:
90 of 90 (100 percent)
Notables on base cards – A.J. Lee, Batista, Brie Bella, Nikki Bella, C.M. Punk, Daniel Bryan, Eden Stiles, Edge, Jerry “The King” Lawler, John Cena, Kelly Kelly, Randy Orton, The Rock, Shawn Michaels, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, Trish Stratus, Undertaker, Dusty Rhodes, Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, The Road Warriors, Roddy Piper
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.
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.
World Wrestling Entertainment has been known for some controversial moments in television history that included intense matches, risqué segments, countless “Stone Cold” Steve Austin middle fingers, exploding limos, Katie Vick and plenty more.
But this? This is just ugly.
WWE launched a line of ugly sweater-inspired sweatshirts on Friday, giving those gatherings a new twist on the trend of hideous holiday attire — a twist with some muscle and some attitude.