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First look: 2010 Topps WWE wrestling cards by Chris Olds

Topps unveiled on Monday the basic product breakdown and preview images for its 2010 WWE wrestling card set which will arrive in mid-August.

The base set will consist of 110 cards, while there will be a beefy 30-card autograph checklist as well as dual autograph and signed memorabilia cards as Topps continues to up its game in its wrestling card offerings.

The memorabilia card lineup will include jumbo t-shirt swatches as well as standard-size cards and even Elimination Chamber pay-per-view memorabilia cards that feature an oversized piece of ring mat from the event.

Each hobby box will include one autograph and one Relic card while there also will be 1/1 Red parallels and printing plates to be found.

There also will be seven insert sets, including Championship Material for both the male and female competitors, a When They Were Young set and more.

See more from the set after the jump.

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Those are awesome looking. I love that topps has used the baseball design for the wrestling cards. And it looks as if TNA tristar cards have made them up the ante. I hope to own some of those amazing cards this year.

Comment by Mike buzzard

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I’m sorry, but no matter how big a piece of canvas mat you include in a card, it is never impressive. It’s a piece of grey canvas. Not even part of the center-ring logo. It’s as pointless as all of those plain white and grey pieces of uniforms from Topps baseball issues.

And when will Topps stop recycling their designs? From 1954-1990, Topps never used the same design across multiple sports, and now they always use a single design for ALL of their base cards. That’s just lazy!

Comment by JasonP

lazy indeed . i wont be buying any.

Comment by Anonymous

Damn sticker autographs always ruining my party.

Comment by LivingDedMan

Topps style is boring. Every Fleer set was truly unique and different.

Comment by Vincent Brocoli




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