This is a twist on a Buzz Break — one where Buzz breaks more than one box and you get to vote on which one you would have wanted.
The box: 2017 Topps WWE Then Now Forever (Series 2) blaster
Where to buy: $19.99 at retail (hit BlowoutCards.com for hobby)
Keep reading to see the boxes and cast your vote …
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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.
The newest Topps WWE trading card set officially arrives in hobby shops tomorrow and 2016 Topps WWE Road to WrestleMania includes a likely first for any trading card in any sport.
(At least we hope it is.)
It’s the first cardboard appearance of a selfie stick.