Filed under: Pro wrestling, TNA wrestling | Tags: ECW, Hulk Hogan, Jason Hervey, Kurt Angle, Mickie James, Ric Flair, Sting, TNA Knockouts, TNA wrestling, TNA Xtreme, TriStar, Wonder Years, WWE
By Chris Olds | Editor
The legendary names are in there, but this time it’s a trading card set with some edge.
A razor’s edge to some degree — you know, what some wrestlers use to be busted open — as TRISTAR‘s latest TNA Wrestling set is called TNA Xtreme and it arrives late this month with a heavy dose of the extreme-style wrestlers the company has utilized lately.
Oh, and it will apparently include the remnants of some scissors’ edges, too, as there will be Lovely Locks Hair Cards that will be signed by one of four TNA Knockouts — the company’s female competitors — and include a strand of their actual hair embedded into the card.
Filed under: Pro wrestling, Topps, WWE | Tags: Kofi Kingston, Mickie James, Pro wrestling, Topps, wrestling, WWE, WWE Slam Attax
We’re back with another Free Stuff Friday our weekly ritual where we try and get some cool stuff into the hands of our readers just for answering some simple card-related trivia.
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Get the question(s) after the jump …
Filed under: Hall of Fame, Pro wrestling, Topps | Tags: 2009 Topps, 2009 Topps WWE, Arn Anderson, Beth Phoenix, Cody Rhodes, Dusty Rhodes, Evan Bourne, Gail Kim, Jim Ross, John Cena, Legacy, Maryse, Michelle McCool, Mickie James, Randy Orton, Ricky Steamboat, Santino Marella, Ted DiBiase, Topps, WCW, World Wrestling Entertainment, wrestling autographs, wrestling cards, wrestling memorabilia, WWE, WWE autographs, WWE Divas
It’s been a long wait for professional wrestling fans, but those ripping into packs of 2009 Topps WWE should find plenty of firsts in the product’s autograph checklists.
It’s been a year-long break before a follow-up to WWE Heritage IV, but the firsts make it worth the wait.
As in the first dual autograph cards found in any WWE release.
As in the first match-used autograph cards found in any WWE release from Topps.
As in the first certified autographs of several younger WWE stars — and even a few legends.
And the first autographs of a few wrestlers in quite some time.
Get the full rundown — and the checklists after the jump.