Good: The first Chrome UFC Cards, most affordable UFC product yet, and an excellent design.
Bad: Lacks the big hit chase appeal that previous Topps UFC products have virtually all had, the “Title Shot” theme of the product doesn’t do much to differentiate the set from Topps UFC Knockout.
The Bottom Line: The wild success enjoyed by Topps’ UFC trading card line allowed retailers to drastically mark up box prices for the products. As a result, anyone w…
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UFC gets the Finest treatment with Topps’ latest MMA set. Bringing together such brand hallmarks as Refractor rainbows, autographs and mini boxes, Finest packs a shiny punch. Each six-pack mini-box promises at least one autograph and relic card. Every pack of this hobby-exclusive also has a numbered Refractor in one of several variations. Topps has announced that 75% of the autographs in this release will feature on-car…
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2011 Topps UFC Title Shot offers hardcore MMA fans the chance to collect current champions as well as prospect potential future champions. Title Shot is a cardboard celebration of UFC champions past, present and future. Each $70-$90 hobby box delivers 12 packs and 4 hits.
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Formerly known as 2010 Razor MMA, the high-end Mixed Martial Arts trading card product packs plenty of punch, offering collectors 1 autograph per pack. It also features 40 MMA fighters who have yet to appear on a trading card, namely Fedor Emelianenko.
This upcoming December, Topps will raise the MMA trading card bar with the industries first high-end UFC product. 2010 Topps UFC Knockout offers MMA fans a 1 hit per pack product that packs plenty of punch. With “Sick Sigs” 6-auto cards, relic autographs, and plenty of “high-end” trading card theatrics, “Knockout” could signal the dawn of a new day for UFC cards.