2016-17 Topps Now WWE Checklist, Gallery and Everything Else You Need

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2016-18 Topps Now WWE sees the continued expansion of the on-demand line. The online-exclusive will feature big matches and key events.

Like baseball, UFC and other Topps Now products, the cards are offered for a limited time. When that sales window closes, those that are ordered are the only ones printed.

Individual cards cost $9.99 on the Topps website. That price drops significantly with bulk orders. Five copies of the same card is $29.99, ten run $49.99 and 20 cost $79.99.

The occasional major event from weekly TV has also been added to the checklist, such as Goldberg’s return.

NXT moments were introduced starting at NXT TakeOver Toronto, which coincided with November’s Survivor Series. NXT cards have separate numbering from the main 2016-18 Topps Now WWE checklist.

Like 2016 Topps Now Baseball, some cards also have memorabilia versions with pieces of canvas from the highlighted event.

In the lead up to WrestleMania 33 and the accompanying NXT TakeOver: Orlando, Topps released special sets dedicated to each of the cards. Countdown to WrestleMania 33 has ten cards and cost $34.99. Countdown to NXT TakeOver: Orando has five cards for $24.99. Similar preview sets were also created for SummerSlam 2017.

2016-18 Topps Now WWE Checklist

More cards and print runs will be added as they’re announced. Click on the links to see what’s available on eBay.

1 Brock Lesnar – Defeats Randy Orton Via TKO (SummerSlam, August 21) – 132
2 Finn Balor – Defeats Seth Rollins to Become the First WWE Universal Champion (SummerSlam, August 21) – 221
3 Dean Ambrose – Defeats Dolph Ziggler to Retain the WWE World Championship (SummerSlam, August 21) – 114
4 Charlotte – Defeats Sasha Banks for the WWE Women’s Championship (SummerSlam, August 21) – 124
5 AJ Styles – Defeats John Cena (SummerSlam, August 21) – 127
6 AJ Styles – Defeats Dean Ambrose for the WWE World Championship (Backlash, September 11) – 191
7 Becky Lynch – Becomes the First Smackdown Women’s Champion (Backlash, September 11) – 212
8 Heath Slater & Rhyno – Become the First Smackdown Tag Team Champions (Backlash, September 11) – 104
9 Kane – Defeats Bray Wyatt in a No Holds Barred Match (Backlash, September 11) – 81
10 The Miz – Defeats Dolph Ziggler, Retains Intercontinental Championship (Backlash, September 11) – 85
11 Kevin Owens – Defeats Seth Rollins (Clash of Champions, September 25) – 68
12 The New Day – Defeat Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson (Clash of Champions, September 25) – 61
13 Charlotte – Defeats Sasha Banks and Bayley (Clash of Champions, September 25) – 88
14 Roman Reigns – Defeats Rusev for the United States Championship (Clash of Champions, September 25) – 61
15 Chris Jericho – Defeats Sami Zayn (Clash of Champions, September 25) – 62
16 AJ Styles – Defeats John Cena and Dean Ambrose (No Mercy, October 9) – 73
17 Naomi – Defeats Alex Bliss (No Mercy, October 9) – 70
18 Heath Slater & Rhyno – Defeat The Usos (No Mercy, October 9) – 65
19 Dolph Ziggler – Defeats The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship (No Mercy, October 9) – 73
20 Bray Wyatt – Defeats Randy Orton (No Mercy, October 9) – 86
21 Nikki Bella – Defeats Carmella (No Mercy, October 9) – 87
22 Goldberg – Returns to WWE for the First Time in 12 Years (RAW, Ocotber 17) – 249
23 Kevin Owens – Defeats Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell Match (Hell in a Cell, October 30) – 98
24 Charlotte Flair – Defeats Sasha Banks for the Raw Women’s Championship in the 1st Women’s Hell in a Cell Match (Hell in a Cell, October 30) – 151
25 Roman Reigns – Defeats Rusev in a Hell in a Cell Match (Hell in a Cell, October 30) – 69
26 The New Day – Retain the Raw Tag Team Championship Via Disqualification Against Cesaro & Sheamus (Hell in a Cell, October 30) – 70
27 Brian Kendrick – Defeats TJ Perkins for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Hell in a Cell, October 30) – 72
28 The Miz – Defeats Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Championship (Smackdown Live, November 15) – 59
29 Edge – Returns to Host “The Cutting Edge” (Smackdown Live, November 15) – 58
30 Undertaker – Returns for the 900th Episode of Smackdown Live (Smackdown Live, November 15) – 126
31 Goldberg – Defeats Brock Lesnar (Survivor Series, November 20) – 125
32 Team Smackdown Live (Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Randy Orton) – Defeat Team Raw in a 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Men’s Elimination Match (Survivor Series, November 20) – 62
33 Team Raw (Charlotte, Bayley) – Defeat Team Smackdown Live in a 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Women’s Elimination Match (Survivor Series, November 20) – 88
34 Team Raw (Cesaro, Sheamus) – Defeat Team Smackdown Live in a 10-on-10 Traditional Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match (Survivor Series, November 20) – 60
35 The Brian Kendrick – Defeats Kalisto via Disqualification (Survivor Series, November 20) – 59
36 The Miz – Defeats Sami Zayn (Survivor Series, November 20) – 60
37 AJ Styles – Defeats Dean Ambrose in Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match (TLC, December 4) – 122
38 Alexa Bliss – Defeats Becky Lynch for the Smackdown Women’s Championship in a Tables Match (TLC, December 4) – 180
39 The Miz – Defeats Dolph Ziggler in a Ladder Match (TLC, December 4) – 82
40 Nikki Bella – Defeats Carmella in a No Disqualification Match (TLC, December 4) – 93
41 Baron Corbin – Defeats Kalisto in a Chairs Match (TLC, December 4) – 91
42 Randy Orton & Bray Wyatt – Defeat Heath Slater & Rhyno for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship (TLC, December 4) – 115
43-A Kevin Owens – Defeats Roman Reigns by Disqualification (Roadblock, December 18) – 65
44 Cesaro and Sheamus – Defeat The New Day for the Raw Tag Team Championship (Roadblock, December 18) – 65
45 Sami Zayn – Survived for 10 Minutes Against Braun Strowman (Roadblock, December 18) – 68
46 Seth Rollins – Defeats Chris Jericho (Roadblock, December 18) – 63
47 Rich Swann – Defeats The Brian Kendrick and TJ Perkins (Roadblock, December 18) – 65
48-A Charlotte Flair – Defeats Sasha Banks for the Raw Women’s Championship in a 30-Minute Iron Man Match (Roadblock, December 18) 108
49 Naomi, Nikki Bella and Becky Lynch – Defeat Alexa Bliss, Mickie James and Natalya (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 88
50 Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson – Defeat Cesaro and Sheamus for the Raw Tag Team Championship (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 64
51 Charlotte Flair – Defeats Bayley (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 100
52 Kevin Owens – Defeats Roman Reigns in a No Disqualification Match (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 62
53 Neville – Defeats Rich Swann for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 61
54-A John Cena – Defeats AJ Styles for His Record-Tying 16th World Championship (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 82
55 Goldberg – Faces Undertaker in the Royal Rumble Match (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 73
56-A Randy Orton – Wins the 2017 Royal Rumble Match (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 85
57 Nia Jax – Defeats Sasha Banks (Royal Rumble, January 29) – 83
58 Bray Wyatt – Wins the WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 102
59 Naomi – Wins the Samckdown Women’s Championship (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 82
60 Randy Orton – Defeats Luke Harper (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 54
61 Nikki Bella and Natalya – Fight to a Double Count-Out (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 74
62 American Alpha – Win the Tag Team Turmoil Match (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 39
63 Becky Lynch – Defeats Mickie James (Elimination Chamber, February 12) – 73
64 Bayley – Wins the Raw Women’s Championship (RAW, February 13) – 288
65 Goldberg – Defeats Kevin Owens for the Universal Championship (Fastlane, March 5) – 223
66 Bayley – Defeats Charlotte Flair (Fastlane, March 5) – 153
67 Roman Reigns – Defeats Braun Strowman (Fastlane, March 5) – 64
68 Neville – Defeats Gentleman Jack Gallagher (Fastlane, March 5) – 73
69 Sasha Banks – Defeats Nia Jax (Fastlane, March 5) – 141
70 Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson – Defeat Enzo Amore and Big Cass (Fastlane, March 5) – 74
71 Samoa Joe – Defeats Sami Zayn (Fastlane, March 5) – 81
72 Undertaker – Leaves His Gear in the Middle of the Ring (WrestleMania, April 2) – 172
73 Naomi – Wins the Smackdown Women’s Championship (WrestleMania, April 2) – 72
74 Goldberg – Faces Brock Lesnar in a Universal Championship Match (WrestleMania, April 2) – 64
75 Randy Orton – Defeats Bray Wyatt to Win the WWE Championship (WrestleMania, April 2) – 69
76 John Cena – Proposes to Nikki Bella (WrestleMania, April 2) – 91
77 The Hardy Boyz – Return to Win the Raw Tag Team Championship (WrestleMania, April 2) – 114
78 Bayley – Defeats Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks and Nia Jax (WrestleMania, April 2) – 97
79 Kevin Owens – Defeats Chris Jericho to Win the United States Championship (WrestleMania, April 2) – 71
80 Shinsuke Nakamura – Makes His WWE Debut (April 4) – 78
81 Tye Dillinger – Debuts, Defeating Curt Hawkins (April 4) – 37
82 Finn Balor – Returns, Teaming with Seth Rollins (April 3) – 46
83 The Revival – Debut, Defeating the New Day (April 3) – 46
84 Dean Ambrose – Confronts The Miz and Maryse When All Three Move to Raw (April 10) – 40
85 Alexa Bliss – Moves to Raw, Challenging Bayley (April 10) – 123
86 Kevin Owens – Moves the United States Championship to Smackdown Live (April 11) – 49
87 Charlotte Flair – Moves to Smackdown Live (April 11) – 57
88 Braun Strowman – Defeats Roman Reigns (Payback, April 30) – 55
89 Bray Wyatt – Defeats Randy Orton in a House of Horrors Match (Payback, April 30) – 49
90 Seth Rollins – Defeats Samoa Joe (Payback, April 30) – 50
91 Alexa Bliss – Defeats Bayley for the Raw Women’s Championship (Payback, April 30) – 223
92 The Hardy Boyz – Defeat Cesaro & Seamus (Payback, April 30) – 65
93 Chris Jericho – Defeats Kevin Owens for the United States Championship (Payback, April 30) – 56
94 Shinsuke Nakamura – Defeats Dolph Ziggler in His Debut WWE Match (Backlash, May 21) – 96
95 The Usos – Defeat Breezango to Retain the Smackdown Tag Team Championship (Backlash, May 21)
96 Sami Zayn – Defeats Baron Corbin (Backlash, May 21) – 41
97 Natalya, Carmella & Tamina – Defeat Naomi, Charlotte Flair & Becky Lynch (Backlash, May 21) – 49
98 Kevin Owens – Defeats AJ Styles to Retain the United States Championship (Backlash, May 21) – 44
99 Jinder Mahal – Defeats Randy Orton to Win the WWE Championship (Backlash, May 21) – 69
100 The Miz – Defeats Dean Ambrose for the Intercontinental Championship (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 60
101 Sasha Banks & Rich Swann – Defeat Alicia Fox & Noam Dar (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 78
102 Alexa Bliss – Defeats Bayley in a Kendo Stick on a Pole Match (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 264
103 Cesaro & Sheamus – Defeat the Hardy Boyz for the Raw Tag Team Championship (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 53
104 Neville – Defeats Austin Aries in a Submission Match (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 53
105 Samoa Joe – Wins the Extreme Rules Fatal 5-Way Match (Extreme Rules, June 4) – 56
106 Carmella – Steals the Women’s Money in the Bank Contract (Money in the Bank, June 18) – 112
107 The Usos – Retain the Smackdown Tag Team Championship Via Count-Out (Money in the Bank, June 18) – 41
108 Naomi – Defeats Lana in Her First Singles Match (Money in the Bank, June 18) – 49
109 Jinder Mahal – Defeats Randy Orton to Retain the WWE Championship (Money in the Bank, June 18) – 41
110 Baron Corbin – Wins the Men’s 2017 Money in the Bank Contract (Money in the Bank, June 18) – 60
111 Brock Lesnar – Defeats Samoa Joe, Retaining the Universal Championship (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
112 Braun Strowman – Defeats Roman Reigns in an Ambulance Match (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
113 The Miz – Defeats Dean Ambrose, Retaining the Intercontinental Championship (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
114 Sasha Banks – Defeats Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss via Count-Out (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
115 Cesaro & Sheamus – Defeat the Hardy Boyz in a 30-Minute WWE Iron Man Match (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
116 Big Cass – Defeats Enzo Amore (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
117 Bray Wyatt – Defeats Seth Rollins (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
118 Neville – Defeats Akira Tozawa, Retaining the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (Great Balls of Fire, July 9)
119 Jinder Mahal – Defeats Randy Orton in a Punjabi Prison Match (Battleground, July 23) – 50
120 The New Day – Defeat The Usos for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship (Battleground, July 23) – 49
121 John Cena – Defeats Rusev in a Flag Match (Battleground, July 23) – 59
122 Kevin Owens – Defeats AJ Styles for the United States Championship (Battleground, July 23) – 44
123 Natalya – Wins the Fatal 5-Way Elimination Match (Battleground, July 23) – 44
124 Baron Corbin – Assaults Shinsuke Nakamura (Battleground, July 23) – 38
125 Triple H & Stephanie McMahon – Special SummerSlam Meet & Greet Benefits Connor’s Cure (August 18) – 216
126 Natalya – Defeats Naomi for the SmackDown Women’s Championship (SummerSlam, August 20) – 62
127 Sasha Banks – Defeats Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women’s Championship (SummerSlam, August 20) – 114
128 Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins – Defeat Cesaro & Sheamus for the RAW Tag Team Championship (SummerSlam, August 20) – 80
129 AJ Styles – Defeats Kevin Owens, Retaining the United States Championship (SummerSlam, August 20) – 63
130 Jinder Mahal – Defeats Shinsuke Nakamura, Retaining the WWE Championship (SummerSlam, August 20) – 38
131 Brock Lesnar – Defeats Roman Reigns, Samoa Joe and Braun Strowman (SummerSlam, August 20) – 50
132 Brock Lesnar – Defeats Braun Strowman in the Universal Championship Match (No Mercy, September 24) – 51
133 Enzo Amore – Defeats Neville for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship (No Mercy, September 24) – 48
134 Roman Reigns – Defeats John Cena (No Mercy, September 24) – 46
135 Alexa Bliss – Wins the Fatal 5-Way Raw Women’s Championship Match (No Mercy, September 24) – 138
136 Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins – Defeat Cesaro & Sheamus in the Raw Tag Team Championship Match (No Mercy, September 24) – 38
137 Finn Balor – Defeats Bray Wyatt Without the Demon (No Mercy, September 24) – 40
138 Kevin Owens – Defeats Shane McMahon in a Falls Count Anywhere Hell in a Cell Match (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 39
139 Bobby Roode – Defeats Dolph Ziggler (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 32
140 Jinder Mahal – Defeats Shinsuke Nakamura to Retain the WWE Championship (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 29
141 Baron Corbin – Defeats AJ Styles and Tye Dillinger for the United States Championship (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 53
142 Natalya – Retains the Smackdown Women’s Championship (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 30
143 The Usos – Defeat the New Day for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship (Hell in a Cell, October 8) – 32
144 Kurt Angle, Seth Rollins and Dean Ambrose – Defeat The Miz, Cesaro, Sheamus and Braun Strowman in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match (TLC, October 22) – 75
145 Alexa Bliss – Defeats Mickie James to Retain the WWE Raw Women’s Championship (TLC, October 22) – 191
146 The Demon Finn Balor – Defeats A.J. Style (TLC, October 22) – 94
147 Asuka – Defeats Emma in Her WWE Main Roster Debut (TLC, October 22) – 146
148 Enzo Amore – Defeats Kalisto for the Cruiserweight Championship (TLC, October 22) – 55
149 Sahsa Banks – Defeats Alicia Fox (TLC, October 22) – 100
150 The Shield – Defeat The New Day (Survivor Series, November 19) – 50
151 Team Raw (Asuka) – Defeat Team Smackdown in a Women’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match (Survivor Series, November 19) – 35
152 Charlotte Flair – Defeats Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss (Survivor Series, November 19) – 102
153 Team Raw (Braun Strowman) – Wins the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match (Survivor Series, November 19) –
154 A.J. Styles – Defeats Jinder Mahal, Retaining the WWE Championship (Clash of Champions, December 17) – 65
155 Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn – Defeat Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton (Clash of Champions, December 17) – 34
156 Charlotte Flair – Defeats Natalya in a Lumberjack Match (Clash of Champions, December 17) – 63
157 The Usos – Defeat The New Day, Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin and Rusev & Aiden English (Clash of Champions, December 17) – 33
158 Dolph Ziggler – Defeats Baron Corbin and Bobby Roode for the United States Championship (Clash of Champions, December 17) – 33
159 Scott Hall – Returns to RAW with D-Generation X (RAW 25, January 22) – 89
160 Undertaker – Returns to RAW (RAW 25, January 22) – 147
161 The Miz – Defeats Roman Reigns for the Intercontinental Championship (RAW 25, January 22) – 88
162 John Cena – Walks with Elias (RAW 25, January 22) – 91
163 Stone Cold Steve Austin – Attacks Mr. McMahon (RAW 25, January 22) – 152

2016-18 Topps Now NXT Checklist

1 Samoa Joe – Defeats Shinsuke Nakamura for the NXT Championship (NXT TaveOver Toronto, November 19) – 43
2 Asuka – Defeats Mickie James (NXT TaveOver Toronto, November 19) – 77
3 #DIY – Wins the NXT Tag Team Championship in a 2-Out-of-3 Falls Match (NXT TaveOver Toronto, November 19) – 58
4 The Authors of Pain – Win the 2016 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic (NXT TaveOver Toronto, November 19) – 44
5 Bobby Roode – Defeats Tye Dillinger (NXT TaveOver Toronto, November 19) – 40
6 ???
7 Eric Young – Defeats Tye Dillinger (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 50
8 Roderick Strong – Defeats Andrade “Cien” Almas (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 71
9 The Authors of Pain – Defeat #DIY for the NXT Tag Team Championship (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 49
10-A Asuka – Defeats Nikki Cross, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 87
11-A Bobby Roode – Defeats Shinsuke Nakamura for the NXT Championship (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 56
12 Seth Rollins – Interrupts the Show to Call Out Triple H (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) – 62
13 Bobby Roode – Defeats Shinsuke Nakamura, Retaining the NXT Championship (NXT TakeOver Orlando, April 1) – 74
14 Asuka – Defeats Ember Moon, Retaining the NXT Women’s Championship (NXT TakeOver Orlando, April 1) – 117
14 Roderick Strong – Defeats Eric Young (NXT TakeOver: Chicago, May 20) – 27
15 Asuka – Defeats Ruby Riot and Nikki Cross (NXT TakeOver: Chicago, May 20) – 74
16 Bobby Roode – Defeats Hideo Itami to Retain the NXT Championship (NXT TakeOver: Chicago, May 20) – 25
17 The Authors of Pain – Defeat #DIY in a Ladder Match (NXT TakeOver: Chicago, May 20) – 27
18 Tommaso Ciampa – Turns on Johnny Gargano (NXT TakeOver: Chicago, May 20) – 43
19 ???
20 SAnitY – Defeat the Authors of Pain for the NXT Tag Team Championship (NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, August 19) – 47
21 Asuka – Defeats Amber Moon by Submission (NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, August 19) – 86
22 Drew McIntyre – Defeats Bobby Roode for the NXT Championship (NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, August 19) – 46
23 Adam Cole – Debuts, Attacking Drew McIntyre (NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, August 19) – 104
24 Undisputed Era – Defeats Sanity and the Authors of Pain & Roderick Strong in a WarGames Match (NXT TakeOver: WarGames, November 18) – 57
25 Andrade “Cien” Almas – Defeats Drew McIntyre for the NXT Championship (NXT TakeOver: WarGames, November 18) – 46
26 Ember Moon – Wins a Fatal 4-Way Match for the Vacant NXT Women’s Championship (NXT TakeOver: WarGames, November 18) – 63

2016-18 Topps Now WWE Mat Relics Checklist

43-B Kevin Owens – (Roadblock, December 18) /25
48-B Charlotte Flair – (Roadblock, December 18) /25
54-B John Cena – (Royal Rumble, January 29) /25
54-C John Cena – (Royal Rumble, January 29) 1/1
56-B Randy Orton – (Royal Rumble, January 29) /25
56-C Randy Orton – (Royal Rumble, January 29) 1/1
72-A Undertaker – (WrestleMania, April 2) /25
72-B Undertaker – (WrestleMania, April 2) 1/1
74-A Goldberg – (WrestleMania, April 2) /25
74-B Goldberg – (WrestleMania, April 2) 1/1
75-A Randy Orton – (WrestleMania, April 2) /25
75-B Randy Orton – (WrestleMania, April 2) 1/1
76-A John Cena – (WrestleMania, April 2) /25
76-B John Cena – (WrestleMania, April 2) 1/1
127-A Sasha Banks – (SummerSlam, August 20) /25
127-B Sasha Banks – (SummerSlam, August 20) 1/1
127-R Sasha Banks – (SummerSlam, August 20) /10
128-A Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins -(SummerSlam, August 20) /25
128-B Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins – (SummerSlam, August 20) 1/1
128-R Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins – (SummerSlam, August 20) /10
131-A Brock Lesnar – (SummerSlam, August 20) /25
131-B Brock Lesnar – (SummerSlam, August 20) 1/1
131-R Brock Lesnar – (SummerSlam, August 20) /10
144A Kurt Angle – (TLC, October 22) – /25
144B Kurt Angle – (TLC, October 22) – 1/1
147A Asuka – (TLC, October 22) – /25
147B Asuka – (TLC, October 22) – 1/1
150A The Shield – (Survivor Series, November 19) – /10
151B The Shield – (Survivor Series, November 19) – /5
151A Asuka – (Survivor Series, November 19) – /10
151B Asuka (Asuka) – (Survivor Series, November 19) – /5
163A Stone Cold Steve Austin – (RAW 25, January 22) – /25
163B Stone Cold Steve Austin – (RAW 25, January 22) – 1/1

2016-18 Topps Now NXT Relics Checklist

10-B Asuka – (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) /25
10-C Asuka – (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) 1/1
11-B Bobby Roode – (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) /25
11-C Bobby Roode – (NXT TakeOver San Antonio, January 28) 1/1
24A Undisputed Era – (NXT TakeOver: WarGames, November 18) – /10
24B Undisputed Era – (NXT TakeOver: WarGames, November 18) – /5

2017 Topps Now WWE Countdown to WrestleMania Checklist

Print Run: 74 sets

1 Universal Champion Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar
2 WWE Champion Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton
3 United States Champion Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens
4 Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns
5 Raw Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax
6 Smackdown Women’s Championship Match
7 John Cena and Nikki Bella vs. The Miz and Maryse
8 Seth Rollins vs. Triple H
9 AJ Styles vs. Shane McMahon
10 Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose vs. Baron Corbin
11 WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville vs. Austin Aries

2017 Topps Now WWE SummerSlam 2017 Matches

Print Run: 36 sets

1 Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe vs. Braun Strowman
2 WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
3 RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks
4 SmackDown Women’s Champion Naomi vs. Natalya
5 United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens
6 WWE Cruiserweight Champion Akira Tozawa vs. Neville
7 RAW Tag Team Champions Cesaro & Sheamus vs. Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins
8 SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day vs. The Usos
9 John Cena vs. Baron Corbin
10 Randy Orton vs. Rusev
11 “The Demon” Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt
12 Big Show vs. Big Cass

2017 Topps Now NXT Countdown to TakeOver: Orlando Checklist

Print Run: 47 sets

1 NXT Women’s Champion Asuka vs. Ember Moon
2 NXT Champion Bobby Roode vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
3 NXT Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain vs. The Revival vs. #DIY
4 Aleister Black vs. Andrade “Cien” Almas
5 Tye Dillinger, Roderick Strong, No Way Jose, Ruby Riot vs Sanity

2017 Topps Now NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III Matches Checklist

Print Run: 22 sets

1 NXT Champion Bobby Roode vs. Drew McIntyre
2 NXT Women’s Champion Asuka vs. Ember Moon
3 NXT Tag Team Champions Authors of Pain vs. SAnitY
4 Aleister Black vs. Hideo Itami
5 Andrade “Cien” Almas vs. Johnny Gargano

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2 comments

  1. Oku 28 August, 2016 at 23:36

    The print runs were awfully low.
    Topps must be having a head ache from this slow start.
    As a buyer’s point of view, I’m hopeful that this short print run will add value to the cards, but that is only if this WWE Topps NOW program start to become popular gradually. Unless, the cards in my hand may just be treated as “unpopular cards”.
    WWE didn’t do any promotion for the cards, and that probably hurt the sales badly. I don’t know how Topps and WWE share profit in this, but WWE had to do more to elevate this product and Topps needed to push WWE for that.
    Furthermore, all the images used except #2 and #5 were quite awful. #4 (Charlotte) image is taken from even before the match started, and that is such a shame.
    I hope Topps make more WWE Topps NOW cards down the line, but they need to make changes on how they promote the product. It is not gonna work as well as the MLB Topps Now if they keep doing nothing about it.

  2. Richard 17 November, 2016 at 16:29

    Long term these will have value, unlike most of the print on demand cards, simply because the number of sets issued for wrestling is low compared to baseball.

    Look at obscure sets from the past that were printed in the thousands but are now getting good prices

    What I’m waiting to see is the on card autos and mat cards to measure demand. I kind of expected the star wars one to do that too, but I guess the costs won’t work for those.

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