It’s been 30 years since Fleer’s Pro-Vision burst onto the hobby scene. So, we thought now was as good a time as any to figure out which one of those original cards was the hobby’s favorite. There are 16 baseball, 10 football, and 6 basketball cards found in Fleer sets in 1991. So, we have a 32 spot bracket that seeds them by Beckett book value. Now, let’s get the big board out and get started with our 1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket.

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Brackett

Round One

As mentioned above, seeding was determined by Beckett’s book value. However, don’t let that detour you from voting for your favorite design or player. With that in mind, there are some interesting matchups here in round one. For instance, the battle of Chicago in the 1 vs 32 matchup between Michael Jordan and Mike Singletary.

The Battle of Chicago

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Swing Kings

Big Mac vs Big Pat

Flame Throwers

Kings of New York

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Fan Favorites

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Barry and the Doc

Laces Out

Dominant Defense

All-Time Greats

Explosive Power

The Ultimate Weapons

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Stealing Carrers

The Admiral and The Mailman

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Will the Thrill and Sir Charles

Speed and Power

1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket

Those are your first-round matchups in the 1991 Fleer Pro-Vision Bracket challenge. Voting is live now and will close at 11 AM CST, November 3rd. After you have done that, check out this article that Beckett posted back in 2018. It’s a great read and an in-depth look at the artist, Mr. Terry Smith. You can also check out the Beckett Marketplace to add some Pro-Vision to your collection or find graded options on the secondary market.

Happy voting, and don’t forget to check back later this week for round two in the 1991 Fleer Pro-Visions Brackett challenge.

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Eric Norton

Eric has been collecting cards since he was seven, buying singles with his allowance from the lone card shop in his hometown of Springtown, TX. Currently, Eric’s collecting interest revolve around picking up cards he had in his childhood that he let go of at some point, and Seattle Mariners third basemen, Kyle Seager.

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3 comments

  1. Steven 2 November, 2021 at 14:06

    Terry Smith was the artist of these cards or most of them I believe. He did an amazing job on all the cards. A while back he had his catalogue on ebay with all his artwork. Also limited to 500 signed by him as well. So glad I picked one up

  2. John S. 3 November, 2021 at 20:58

    I’m bummed I missed this. Though it seems the bigger name player won in each round. My favorite would be the Dwight Gooden. And what about the Jerry Rice provision?

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