2017 Topps Heritage WWE Checklist and Details

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2017 Topps Heritage WWE takes things back to one of the biggest years in wrestling history — 1987. That was the year Hulk Hogan bodyslammed Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III. In the hobby, it was the year Topps brought back the woodgrain borders.

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Put the two together, give it a modern spin and you’ve got 2017 Topps Heritage WWE.

Each hobby box has two hits, one of which is guaranteed to be an autograph.

Base Set

The 2017 Topps Heritage WWE base set has 100 cards. As with most WWE sets, it’s a mix of current stars, NXT prospects and retired WWE Legends. It stays true to subsets from the original 1987 Topps Baseball set including the rainbow Future Stars icon and the Rookie Cup for recently debuted standouts on the main Raw and Smackdown rosters.

2017 Topps WWE Heritage Base Asuka

Parallels come in five colors. Bronze are the easiest, landing every other pack. Other include Blue (/99), hobby-exclusive Silver (/25), Gold (/10) and Red (1/1).

2017 Topps WWE Heritage Base Red

Sticking with Topps Heritage tradition, card are printed old-school style card stock. It’s actually thicker than the original 1987 Topps Baseball stock.

Autographs and Memorabilia Cards

2017 Topps Heritage WWE hobby boxes have two total autographs, memorabilia or manufactured relic cards. The first is an autograph. These take on the same general design as the 1987-inspired base set. Parallels are also similar, coming in Bronze (/99), Blue (/50), Silver (/25), Gold (/10) and Red (1/1).

2017 Topps WWE Heritage Autographs Red

Dual Autographs come with a pair of signatures. Numbered to 10, these aren’t easy pulls.

While much of the design elements in 2017 Topps Heritage WWE borrow from the 1987 baseball release, Kiss cards are a throwback to the 1987 Topps WWE set. The blue border and TV elements come from the original set’s Superstars Speak subset.

Base Kiss cards are numbered to 99 and have lip imprints from main roster and NXT ladies. Select cards also have autographed versions numbered to 25. Both signed and unsigned cards come with Gold (/10) and Red (1/1) parallels.

2017 Topps WWE Heritage Kiss Card

On the memorabilia side, Shirt Relics have clothing worn by featured superstars embedded in them. Two different sets of mat relic cards come from the Survivor Series 2016 and NXT TakeOver: Toronto events. All relics have Bronze (/99), Blue (/50), Silver (/25), Gold (/10) and Red (1/1) parallels. Select mat cards also have autographed versions numbered to 10.

Commemorative Patch cards are fairly straightforward. Past and present stars are featured alongside a patch the shows their status as a member of the Raw, Smackdown or NXT rosters or as a WWE Legend.

Inserts

SummerSlam plays a major role in many of the other insert sets in 2017 Topps Heritage WWE. This shouldn’t be surprising as the release coincides with the event, which is one of wrestling’s biggest of the year.

SummerSlam All-Stars are inserted one per pack. These highlight current and past wrestlers who have battled during the summer showcase.

Thirty Years of SummerSlam cards are even more plentiful, falling two per hobby pack. As the name suggests, these take a historical look back at three decades of matches and moments.

Not every match in the pay-per-view’s past has been a straightforward affair. Bizzare SummerSlam Matches (1:3 hobby packs) spotlights the strange.

A third group of ten John Cena Tribute cards are included here as well. This is part of a year-long insert set that has one more installment to come later in 2017.

2017 Topps WWE Heritage John Cena Tribute

2017 Topps Heritage WWE at a glance:

Packs per box: 24
Cards per pack: 9
Boxes per case: 12
Set size: 100 cards
Release date: August 2, 2017

What to expect in a hobby box:

• Autographs – 1
• Additional Autographs or Memorabilia Cards – 1
• Bizarre SummerSlam Matches – 8
• SummerSlam All-Stars – 24
• Thirty Years of SummerSlam – 48
• Bronze Parallels – 12

2017 Topps Heritage WWE Checklist

Base

Base Set Checklist

100 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – 1:2 packs
• Blue – /99
• Silver – /25 (hobby only)
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1


1 Asuka
2 Bobby Roode
3 Ember Moon
4 Eric Young
5 Hideo Itami
6 Johnny Gargano
7 Liv Morgan
8 Tommaso Ciampa
9 The Rock
10 Alicia Fox
11 Austin Aries
12 Bayley
13 Big Cass
14 Big E
15 Bob Backlund
16 The Brian Kendrick
17 Brock Lesnar
18 Cesaro
19 Charlotte Flair
20 Chris Jericho
21 Enzo Amore
22 Finn Bálor
23 Goldberg
24 Karl Anderson
25 Kevin Owens
26 Kofi Kingston
27 Lana
28 Luke Gallows
29 Mick Foley
30 Roman Reigns
31 Rusev
32 Sami Zayn
33 Samoa Joe
34 Sasha Banks
35 Seth Rollins
36 Sheamus
37 Triple H
38 Xavier Woods
39 AJ Styles
40 Alexa Bliss
41 Baron Corbin
42 Becky Lynch
43 Bray Wyatt
44 Carmella
45 Chad Gable
46 Daniel Bryan
47 Dean Ambrose
48 Dolph Ziggler
49 Heath Slater
50 Jason Jordan


51 Jey Uso
52 Jimmy Uso
53 John Cena
54 Kalisto
55 Kane
56 Luke Harper
57 Maryse
58 The Miz
59 Mojo Rawley
60 Naomi
61 Natalya
62 Nikki Bella
63 Randy Orton
64 Rhyno
65 Shinsuke Nakamura
66 Undertaker
67 Zack Ryder
68 Alundra Blayze
69 Andre the Giant
70 Batista
71 Bret “Hit Man” Hart
72 British Bulldog
73 Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
74 Diamond Dallas Page
75 Dusty Rhodes
76 Edge
77 Fit Finlay
78 Jake “The Snake” Roberts
79 Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart
80 Ken Shamrock
81 Kevin Nash
82 Lex Luger
83 Terri Runnels
84 Macho Man Randy Savage
85 Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase
86 Mr. Perfect
87 Ravishing Rick Rude
88 Ric Flair
89 Rob Van Dam
90 Ron Simmons
91 Rowdy Roddy Piper
92 Scott Hall
93 Sgt. Slaughter
94 Shawn Michaels
95 Sid Vicious
96 Sting
97 Stone Cold Steve Austin
98 Trish Stratus
99 Ultimate Warrior
100 Wendi Richter


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Autographs

2017 Topps Heritage WWE Autographs Checklists

Autographs

23 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – /99
• Blue – /50
• Silver – /25 (hobby only)
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Dean Ambrose
Asuka
Finn Bálor
Sasha Banks
Bayley
Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
Alexa Bliss
Fit Finlay
Charlotte Flair
Goldberg
Bret “Hit Man” Hart
Chris Jericho
Brock Lesnar
Becky Lynch
Ember Moon
Shinsuke Nakamura
Kevin Owens
Bobby Roode
Sting
AJ Styles
Undertaker
Bray Wyatt
Eric Young

Daniel Bryan Autographs

1 card.
Walmart exclusive.

Daniel Bryan

Daniel Bryan Autograph Relics

1 card.
Walmart exclusive.

Daniel Bryan

Dual Autographs

4 cards.

Big E/Kofi Kingston /10
Jerry “The King” Lawler/Michael Cole /10
Primo/Epico /10
Seth Rollins/Roman Reigns /10
Bruno Sammartino/Larry Zbyszko /10

Kiss Card Autographs

7 cards.

Parallels:

• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Alexa Bliss
Carmella
Liv Morgan
Ember Moon
Charlotte Flair
Asuka
Dana Brooke

NXT TakeOver: Toronto 2016 Mat Relic Autographs

7 cards.

Asuka /10
Tomasso Ciampa /10
Johnny Gargano /10
Mickie James /10
Samoa Joe /10
Shinsuke Nakamura /10
Booby Roode /10

Survivor Series 2016 Mat Relic Autographs

19 cards.

Dean Ambrose /10
Sasha Banks /10
Bayley /10
Alexa Bliss /10
Carmella /10
Charlotte Flair /10
Alicia Fox /10
Goldberg /10
Chris Jericho /10
Brock Lesnar /10
Becky Lynch /10
Natalya /10
Randy Orton /10
Kevin Owens /10
Roman Reigns /10
Seth Rollins /10
Braun Strowman /10
AJ Styles /10
Bray Wyatt /10

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Memorabilia

2017 Topps Heritage WWE Memorabilia Cards Checklists

Daniel Bryan Relics

1 card.
Walmart only.

Daniel Bryan

Kiss Cards

7 cards.

Parallels:

• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Asuka
Alexa Bliss
Dana Brooke
Carmella
Charlotte Flair
Ember Moon
Liv Morgan

NXT TakeOver: Toronto 2016 Mat Relics

10 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – /99
• Blue – /50
• Silver – /25
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Akam
Asuka
Tommaso Ciampa
Tye Dillinger
Johnny Gargano
Mickie James
Samoa Joe
Shinsuke Nakamura
Rezar
Bobby Roode

Shirt Relics

28 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – /99
• Blue – /50
• Silver – /25 (hobby only)
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

R-AA Andrade “Cien” Almas
R-AC Apollo Crews
R-AE Aiden English
R-AF Alicia Fox
R-BK Becky Lynch
R-BL Brock Lesnar
R-BR Bobby Roode
R-C Carmella
R-CA Curtis Axel
R-CF Charlotte Flair
R-DY Darren Young
R-HI Hideo Itami
R-JC John Cena
R-JG Johnny Gargano
R-JJ JoJo
R-KA Karl Anderson
R-LH Luke Harper
R-N Naomi
R-NJ No Way Jose
R-NN Natalya
R-RO Randy Orton
R-S Sheamus
R-SB Sasha Banks
R-SN Shinsuke Nakamura
R-SR Seth Rollins
R-SU Summer Rae
R-TC Tommaso Ciampa
R-ZR Zack Ryder

Survivor Series 2016 Mat Relics

20 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – /99
• Blue – /50
• Silver – /25
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Dean Ambrose
Sasha Banks
Bayley
Alexa Bliss
Carmella
Charlotte Flair
Alicia Fox
Goldberg
Chris Jericho
Brock Lesnar
Becky Lynch
Shane McMahon
Natalya
Randy Orton
Kevin Owens
Roman Reigns
Seth Rollins
Braun Strowman
AJ Styles
Bray Wyatt

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Inserts

2017 Topps Heritage WWE Inserts Checklists

30 Years of SummerSlam

50 cards.
2 per pack.

1 Ultimate Warrior Defeats Honky Tonk Man for the Intercontinental Championship – 1988
2 The Mega Powers Defeat The Mega Bucks – 1988
3 Ultimate Warrior Defeats Rick Rude for the Intercontinental Championship – 1989
4 Texas Tornado Defeats Mr. Perfect for the Intercontinental Championship – 1990
5 The Hart Foundation Wins the World Tag Team Championship – 1990
6 WWE Champion Ultimate Warrior Defeats “Ravishing” Rick Rude in a Steel Cage Match – 1990
7 Bret “Hit Man” Hart Defeats Mr. Perfect for the Intercontinental Championship – 1991
8 Virgil Defeats Ted DiBiase for the Million Dollar Championship – 1991
9 Ultimate Warrior Defeats WWE Champion “Macho Man” Randy Savage via Countout – 1992
10 British Bulldog Defeats Bret “Hit Man” Hart for the Intercontinental Championship – 1992
11 Lex Luger Defeats WWE Champion Yokozuna via Countout – 1993
12 Alundra Blayze Retains the WWE Women’s Championship – 1994
13 Razor Ramon Defeats Diesel for the Intercontinental Championship – 1994
14 Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels Defeats Razor Ramon in a Ladder Match – 1995
15 WWE Champion Diesel Defeats King Mabel – 1995
16 Mankind Defeats Undertaker in a Boiler Room Brawl – 1996
17 WWE Champion Shawn Michaels Defeats Vader – 1996
18 Mankind Defeats Hunter Hearst Helmsley in a Steel Cage Match – 1997
19 Bret “Hit Man” Hart Defeats Undertaker for the WWE Championship – 1997
20 Triple H Defeats The Rock for the Intercontinental Championship – 1998
21 WWE Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin Defeats Undertaker – 1998
22 The Unholy Alliance defeat Kane & X-Pac for the World Tag Team Championship – 1999
23 Mankind Defeats Stone Cold Steve Austin and Triple H for the WWE Championship – 1999
24 X-Pac Defeats Road Dogg – 2000
25 WCW Cruiserweight Champion X-Pac Defeats Tajiri for the WWE Light Heavyweight Championship – 2001
26 The Rock Defeats Booker T for the WCW Championship – 2001
27 Shawn Michaels Defeats Triple H in an Unsanctioned Street Fight – 2002
28 Brock Lesnar Defeats The Rock for the WWE Championship – 2002
29 Kane Defeats Rob Van Dam in a No Holds Barred Match – 2003
30 Kurt Angle Defeats Eddie Guerrero – 2004
31 WWE Champion John “Bradshaw” Layfield Defeats Undertaker via Disqualification -2004
32 WWE Champion John Cena Defeats Chris Jericho – 2005
33 WWE Champion Edge Defeats John Cena – 2006
34 WWE Champion John Cena Defeats Randy Orton – 2007
35 Undertaker Defeats Edge in a Hell in a Cell Match – 2008
36 WWE Champion Randy Orton Defeats John Cena – 2009
37 Randy Orton Defeats WWE Champion Sheamus – 2010
38 Team WWE Defeats The Nexus – 2010
39 Randy Orton wins the World Heavyweight Championship in a No Holds Barred Match – 2011
40 Brock Lesnar Defeats Triple H in a No Disqualification Match – 2012
41 Daniel Bryan Defeats John Cena for the WWE Championship – 2013
42 Randy Orton Defeats Daniel Bryan for the WWE Championship – 2013
43 Roman Reigns Defeats Randy Orton – 2014
44 Brock Lesnar Defeats John Cena for the WWE Championship – 2014
45 WWE Champion Seth Rollins Defeats John Cena for the United States Championship – 2015
46 Undertaker Defeats Brock Lesnar – 2015
47 Charlotte Defeats Sasha Banks for the Raw Women’s Championship – 2016
48 AJ Styles Defeats John Cena – 2016
49 Finn Bálor Defeats Seth Rollins to become the First Universal Champion – 2016
50 Brock Lesnar Defeats Randy Orton by TKO – 2016

Bizarre SummerSlam Matches

10 cards.
1:3 packs.

1 Big Boss Man Wins a Jailhouse Match – 1991
2 Undertaker Defeats Kama in a Casket Match – 1995
3 Mankind Defeats Undertaker in a Boiler Room Brawl – 1996
4 British Bulldog Defeats Ken Shamrock in a Dog Food Match – 1997
5 X-Pac Wins a Hair vs. Hair Match – 1998
6 Ken Shamrock Wins a Lions’ Den Weapons Match – 1999
7 Kane Wins a “Till Death Do Us Part” Match – 2004
8 Ric Flair Defeats Mick Foley in an “I Quit” Match – 2006
9 Bray Wyatt Defeats Kane in a Ring of Fire Match – 2013
10 Rusev Wins a Flag Match – 2014

Commemorative Patch Cards

20 cards.

Parallels:

• Bronze – /99
• Blue – /50
• Silver – /25 (hobby only)
• Gold – /10
• Red – 1/1

Dean Ambrose – Raw
Asuka – NXT
John Cena – SmackDown LIVE
Charlotte Flair – SmackDown LIVE
Ric Flair – WWE Legends
Hideo Itami – NXT
Chris Jericho – Raw
Shawn Michaels = WWE Legends
The Miz – Raw
Ember Moon – NXT
Kevin Owens – SmackDown LIVE
Rowdy Roddy Piper – WWE Legends
Roman Reigns – Raw
Seth Rollins – Raw
Bobby Roode – NXT
Sting – WWE Legends
Trish Stratus – WWE Legends
AJ Styles – SmackDown LIVE
Eric Young – NXT
Dolph Ziggler – SmackDown LIVE

Daniel Bryan Tribute (Part 3)

10 cards.

21 of 40 Defeats Randy Orton via Submission in a Street Fight – Walmart Fat Packs
22 of 40 Defeats John Cena for the WWE Championship – Walmart Fat Packs
23 of 40 Defeats Randy Orton for the WWE Championship – Walmart Fat Packs
24 of 40 Confronts Shawn Michaels – Walmart Fat Packs
25 of 40 The Beard & The Best Defeat The Wyatt Family – Walmart Fat Packs
26 of 40 Joins The Wyatt Family – Walmart Blaster Boxes
27 of 40 Quits The Wyatt Family – Walmart Blaster Boxes
28 of 40 Qualifies for the 2014 Elimination Chamber Match – Walmart Blaster Boxes
29 of 40 The “YES!” Movement Occupies Raw – Walmart Blaster Boxes
30 of 40 Defeats Triple H

John Cena Tribute (Part 3)

10 cards.

21 Wins the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XXVI
22 Wins the WWE Tag Team Championship with David Otunga
23 Wins the 2011 Raw Elimination Chamber Match
24 Wins the WWE Tag Team Championship with The Miz
25 Wins a Triple Threat Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship
26 Wins his Ninth WWE Championship
27 Wins his Tenth WWE Championship
28 Teams with The Rock to Defeat The Awesome Truth
29 Defeats Brock Lesnar in an Extreme Rules Match
30 Wins the 2012 Money in the Bank Ladder Match

Roster Updates

10 cards.

R-1 Alexander Wolfe
R-2 Kassius Ohno
R-3 Nikki Cross
R-4 Roderick Strong
R-5 Tye Dillinger
R-6 Cedric Alexander
R-7 Gentleman Jack Gallagher
R-8 Neville
R-9 Rich Swann
R-10 TJ Perkins

SummerSlam All-Stars

30 cards.
1 per pack.

1 Undertaker
2 Edge
3 Triple H
4 Bret “Hit Man” Hart
5 Shawn Michaels
6 Randy Orton
7 Kane
8 Ultimate Warrior
9 Rob Van Dam
10 Brock Lesnar
11 Big Show
12 Chris Jericho
13 Kurt Angle
14 John Cena
15 Tatanka
16 Jerry “The King” Lawler
17 Earthquake
18 Irwin R. Schyster
19 British Bulldog
20 Stone Cold Steve Austin
21 Daniel Bryan
22 Mick Foley
23 The Rock
24 Sheamus
25 Kofi Kingston
26 X-Pac
27 Dolph Ziggler
28 Ric Flair
29 Texas Tornado
30 Typhoon

Undertaker Tribute (Part 3)

10 cards.

21 of 40 Defeats Stone Cold Steve Austin for the WWE Championship – Retail Gravity Feed Packs
22 of 40 The Unholy Alliance Wins the World Tag Team Championship – Retail Gravity Feed Packs
23 of 40 Defeats Triple H at WrestleMania X-Seven – Retail Gravity Feed Packs
24 of 40 The Brothers of Destruction Win the World Tag Team Championship – Retail Gravity Feed Packs
25 of 40 Wins the Hardcore Championship – Retail Gravity Feed Packs
26 of 40 Defeats Ric Flair in a No Disqualification Match – Retail Fat Packs
27 of 40 Wins the WWE Undisputed Championship – Retail Fat Packs
28 of 40 Defeats Randy Orton at WrestleMania 21 – Retail Fat Packs
29 of 40 Defeats Mark Henry in a Casket Match – Retail Fat Packs
30 of 40 Wins the 2007 Royal Rumble Match – Retail Fat Packs

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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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