2016-18 Topps Now UFC Checklist, Print Runs, Gallery and More

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Topps Now started in baseball before moving to episodic television with Preacher. The on-demand brand’s third stop is the Octagon with 2016-18 Topps Now UFC.

209-A David Teymur

Beginning with the milestone UFC 200, Topps Now UFC produces cards for key fights within hours of the events themselves. Available exclusively on the Topps website, print runs are limited to what’s ordered.

2016-18 Topps Now UFC has a key difference from its baseball counterpart. Whereas the baseball cards go on sale the day after to allow for events to unfold, the first crop of UFC cards were available for a few days including a pre-sale window leading up to the event.

The initial crop of cards cover the major fights of the UFC 200 card, including the title matches. The biggest card in the company’s history, five fights received cards including Amanda Nunes winning the Female Bantamweight over Miesha Tate in the main event. Brock Lesnar, Jose Aldo and Daniel Cormier are among the other fighters featured in the first crop of 2016-18 Topps Now UFC cards.

The 2016-17 Topps Now UFC set will continue to expand in the months ahead with new cards for events beyond the one pay-per-view. The timely nature of the product is a natural fit to commemorate big fights, title changes and other key moments.

2016-18 Topps Now UFC Checklist

If you’ve missed a card or want to see what’s available on the secondary market, use the links to see what’s on eBay. Print runs for specific cards are noted below.

200-A Daniel Cormier – Defeats Anderson Silva Via Unanimous Decision (July 9) – 100
200-B Amanda Nunes – Defeats Miesha Tate Via Submission in Round 1 (July 9) – 214
200-C Jose Aldo – Defeats Frankie Edgar Via Unanimous Decision (July 9) – 110
200-D Cain Velasquez – Defeats Travis Browne Via TKO in Round 1 (July 9) – 87
200-E Brock Lesnar – Defeats Mark Hunt Via Unanimous Decision (July 9) – 320
201 Tyron Woodely – Defeats Lawler in Stunning Knockout Fashion (July 30) – 123
202-A Conor McGregor – McGregor Avenges Loss in Epic Five-Round Battle (August 20) – 636
202-B Anthony Johnson – “Rumble” Knocks Out Teixeira in 13 Seconds (August 20) – 90
202-C Cody Garbrant – Stays Undefeated with Win Over Mizugaki (August 20) – 214
202-D Donald Cerrone – “Cowboy” TKOs Story in the Second Round (August 20) – 91
203-A Stipe Miocic  – Knocks Out Overeem to Retain Heavyweight Title (September 10) – 71
203-B Fabricio Werdum – Defeats Travis Browne in Rematch (September 10) – 62
203-C Mickey Gall – Submits CM Punk in First Round (September 10) – 70
204-A Michael Bisping – Retains Belt in Decision Win (October 8) – 91
204-B Gegard Mousasi – Wins by Second Round TKO (October 8) – 83
205-A Conor McGregor – Makes History by Holding 2 Belts at One Time (November 12) – 474
205-B Tyron Woodley – Majority Draw Allows Woodley to Keep Title (November 12) – 108
205-C Joanna Jedrzejczyk – Champion Retains Title in 5 Round Decision (November 12) – 111
205-D Yoel Romero – Flying Knee Knocks Out Weidman (November 12) – 82
205-E Raquel Pennington – Student Defeats the Coach (November 12) – 103
207-A Ronda Rousey – To Make Comeback Against Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 (Card released October 13) – 331
207-B Amanda Nunes – Dominates Rousey to Retain Championship Belt (December 30) – 214
207-C Cody Garbrandt – Becomes Bantamweight Champion (December 30) – 213
207-D TJ Dillashaw – Shuts Out Lineker to Remain No. 1 Contender (December 30) – 115
209-A David Teymur – Wins Via Unanimous Decision (March 4) – 33
209-B Tyron Woodley – Wins the Rematch (March 4) – 35
217-1 Rose Namajunas – Beats Jedrzejczyk to Capture UFC Strawweight Title (November 4) – 57
217-2 TJ Dillashaw – Wins Bantamweight Title with TKO of Garbrandt (November 4) – 49
217-3 Georges St-Pierre – Comes Back to Beat Michael Bisping by Submission (November 4) – 55
220-1 Daniel Cormier – Defeats Volkan Oezdemir by Second-Round TK (January 20) – 36
220-2 Stipe Miocic – Defeats Francis Ngannou in Heavyweight Title Fight (January 20) – 90

Autographs

217-3A Georges St-Pierre – Blue /49, Purple /25, Red /10, Orange /5, Gold 1/1

Comments? Questions? Contact Ryan Cracknell on Twitter @tradercracks.

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Ryan Cracknell

A collector for much of his life, Ryan focuses primarily on building sets, Montreal Expos and interesting cards. He's also got one of the most comprehensive collections of John Jaha cards in existence (not that there are a lot of them). Got a question, story idea or want to get in touch? You can reach him by email and through Twitter @tradercracks.

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