The WWE‘s biggest event now has its biggest memorabilia pieces yet.
Just 15 days after WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, Fla., WWE has unveiled its lineup of commemorative plaques for the event’s notable matches.
Available for pre-order now over at WWEShop.com, there are two types of plaques available for fans who want a piece of the showcase event.
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The case: 2015 Topps WWE Heritage cards (blaster boxes)
Where to buy: BlowoutCards.com
Boxes per case: 16
Packs per box: 7 (plus one-card bonus Relic pack)
Cards per pack: 9
Cards per box: 64
Base set completion:
110 of 110 (100 percent)
Duplicates: plenty of extras — see next category
Notable stats about this break – Received between four and six copies of every card in the 110-card base set and completed each of the insert sets at least once, excluding parallels. (Did not receive any parallels rarer than the one-per-box Black versions.) Created just one of the 10-card nWo sets, but the case yielded three of the 2K16 sets, three Rookie of the Year, two Then & Now (one card short of a third) and four NXT Called Up insert sets.
Keep reading to see the full breakdown … and the hits.
One advantage that World Wrestling Entertainment has with its merchandise is that autograph signings with the talent don’t typically involve a middle-man or an agent — it’s part of the deal and the wrestlers get compensated for their signings.
As in a cut of their merchandise sales.