WWE 2K17 NXT Edition Includes Exclusive Topps Mat Relic Cards

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2016 Topps WWE 2K17 NXT Takeover London Mat Finn Balor

By Ryan Cracknell | Hobby Editor

If you pick up the regular version of the WWE 2K17 video game, you’re going to find a game inside and not much else. However, if you sprung for the souped up NXT Edition, there was plenty of swag that came with it including an Shinsuke Nakamura autograph and an exclusive Finn Balor figure. Topps also contributed to the promotion with a set of exclusive NXT TakeOver: London Mat cards.

WWE 2K17 NXT Edition Set

The deluxe edition of the video game includes one of the mat relics. A total of 14 different wrestlers are on the checklist including Finn Balor, Bayley, Samoa Joe, Enzo Amore and Asuka.

The design is similar to the one used for similar NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn Mat relics found in 2016 Topps WWE. The logo and photos have been updated to reflect the specific event.


2016 Topps WWE 2K17 NXT Takeover London Mat Asuka


2016 Topps WWE 2K17 NXT Takeover London Mat Asuka Reverse


The 2016 Topps WWE 2K17 NXT TakeOver: London Mat cards all come serial numbered. Yellow are the most plentiful with 499 copies each. Six levels of parallels are limited to between 299 and 10 copies.

NXT TakeOver: London took place in December, 2015. The card was headlined by Finn Balor retaining the NXT Championship over Samoa Joe and Bayley holding onto the NXT Women’s Championship by beating Nia Jax.

Although the print runs may not seem very low, there’s a good chance that it won’t be long before they’re tough to find. The box set, which carried a hefty initial price tag, is sold out. It’s likely that many of those who got it will hold onto the cards along with the rest of the extras. Some are listed on eBay, but not in large numbers.

2016 Topps WWE 2K17 NXT TakeOver: London Mat Cards Checklist

14 cards. Click on the links to shop for specific cards on eBay.

Yellow – /499

Parallels:

• Purple – /299
• Green – /199
• Bronze – /99
• Silver – /50
• Blue – /25
• Gold – /10

Enzo Amore
Asuka
Finn Bálor
Bayley
Dana Brooke
Carmella
Colin Cassady
Baron Corbin
Apollo Crews
Scott Dawson
Emma
Nia Jax
Samoa Joe
Dash Wilder

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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4 comments

  1. Jamie 12 October, 2016 at 21:37

    It says all cards come numbered on the back… What if its not numbered? My Dana Brooke is yellow but has no numbers on the back..

    • Ryan Cracknell 13 October, 2016 at 00:49

      If there’s no serial number on the back like the one shown, you may want to check with Topps customer service.

  2. David Carlin 22 November, 2017 at 09:08

    I emailed Topps and they responded:

    We appreciate feedback from our customers and will use the information you advised to help us improve our products and services. Unfortunately, the card mentioned is considered an error card. Topps will not issue replacements or refunds for this product.

    Please do not hesitate to contact customer service by phone (toll free) at 1-800-489-9149. A consumer relations representative will be available to help between the hours of 9:00am-4:00pm (EST), Monday through Friday. You may also resubmit your question by email at any time by addressing it to support@topps.com.

    Are error relic cards worth more or less than numbered ones? Thank you for your time.

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