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Old 04-07-2017, 07:30 PM   #151 (permalink)
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LOL now they are making cards of wrestlers who didn't even have a match...

They should have made a card of the guy playing the violin during the Nakamura entrance...
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:00 PM   #152 (permalink)
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Default Topps Now Goldberg

It kind of happened by accident. I was only going to get Goldberg's first Topps Now card, but ended getting more. Luckily (or unfortunately) for me, Goldberg is as popular as John Cena or the Undertaker or I would have missed the WrestleMania mat card that's numbered to 25 (and would have saved $39.99). Joking aside, here are Goldberg's Topps Now journey to WrestleMania.

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Old 04-21-2017, 07:42 AM   #153 (permalink)
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They look great together!
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Awesome Goldberg cards. If you are looking to get them all there is a WM 33 card too with Brock Lesnar on it.
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Thanks guys!
Anyone notice that the WrestleMania cards have an extra rainbow shine on the back of the card compared to the other releases? Maybe Topps added a little extra since it was WrestleMania

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Awesome Goldberg cards. If you are looking to get them all there is a WM 33 card too with Brock Lesnar on it.
I was gonna skip that one since it was a set, but I ended up finding a dealer selling singles
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Thanks guys!
Anyone notice that the WrestleMania cards have an extra rainbow shine on the back of the card compared to the other releases? Maybe Topps added a little extra since it was WrestleMania



I was gonna skip that one since it was a set, but I ended up finding a dealer selling singles
The rainbow shine started along with the start of 2017 MLB Topps Now season.
They applied the same to WWE Topps Now and timing just happened to be at WrestleMania.
The cards that came after (Revival, Nakamura, Tye Dillinger etc etc) also have the rainbow foil on back.
It will probably be the norm going forward.

And nice collection on the Goldberg!
I'm a full set collector, and have been collecting all the base cards + mat relics (except the 1/1 relics).

Though the print runs are always low and the cards don't seem to catch too much fire, I'm really a fan of the series, and anticipating more cards to come.
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