It’s official. Beckett Media is now labelling UFC Rookie Cards in our database. It’s been a long time coming but the job is done and RCs are marked. Here is the criteria to what makes a UFC Rookie Card, which is really the same as other sports: It’s a base set card. Like in other sports, parallel and insert cards are never considered RCs.The card comes from an officially licensed UFC trading card product.Does not include online sets (e.g. Topps Now, Panini Instant, eTopps, etc.) or parallels.On a vs. card, a specific fighter must be the focal point. For example, the 2009 UFC…

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Matt Bible

Matt Bible is the Beckett non-sport analyst and also covers wrestling, MMA, and action figures. A graduate of THE Ohio State University, Matt joined Beckett in 2014. He collects the Rookie Cards of all Ohio State alumni, the Columbus Blue Jackets, and any and all Funko products that complement his taste in pop culture. For any questions or comments, you can email Matt and find him on Instagram.

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