Saturday, January 23, 2016

2015 Topps WWE Heritage Blaster Box

It's Royal Rumble weekend! So to celebrate, let's do a few wrestling related things. First up, this blaster box of 2015 Topps WWE Heritage that I got for Christmas. We get 7 packs plus one relic card (that I hope is actually someone decent). Let's jump in the ring ...

The 2015 Heritage design is based on the 1985 Topps baseball design, which I've always liked. Undertaker is still around wrestling on a part-time basis and Harper, Ambrose, and Rollins are three of my current favorites right now. Ambrose, especially, since he's from Cincinnati and I've seen him wrestle live numerous times from the time he debuted in the area with the now defunct HWA.

This box had two black-framed parallels included. I know there are other parallels in the set as well, as I picked up a Finn Balor silver bordered parallel at a card show back in November.

Here's a good batch of legends that were included in the packs.

One of the insert sets is NXT Called Up and here's the best of the batch that I got.

One of the other insert sets is the Rookie of the Year cards, again here's the best of the batch. I noticed that in the 2016 Topps Archives previews, they use this same design for their #1 Draft Pick cards.

Ok, as for the bonus relic card, we have ...

... a Wade Barrett turnbuckle relic card numbered 23/25. Not bad, I could've done worse as I fully expected someone like Darren Young or Jack Swagger. 

This was a pretty fun break and a neat product and I'll probably be going after any singles or cheap relics I can find from this. 


  1. I really like that product. Impressive pull on that relic #/25!

  2. Pretty cool blaster. I would be tempted to buy one if I saw one.

    1. I got mine at Target, last I saw they had a whole batch of them.

  3. I like these Heritage wrestling cards. You did pretty well getting a serial-numbered relic, even if it isn't necessarily an exciting (to me) name.

  4. Poor Barrett. His career is really circling the drain at this point. Turnbuckle pad is a rad hit though.