COLLECTIBLES COLUMN: Topps Announces $15,000 WWE Trading Card Product

By Michael Moore, PWTorch Collectibles Specialist


If you’ve got an extra $15,000 lying around, then Topps has just the product for you.

On Monday, Topps released details of Topps WWE Transcendent Collection, a super high end product scheduled for a February 13 release. Only 50 total boxes will be sold, with all cards serial numbered to 25 or less. The contents of each box are pretty stunning:

  • One complete set of 50 signed trading cards (all on-card signatures)
  • One guaranteed parallel card serial numbered 1/1
  • One autographed kiss card
  • One Tribute Cut Signature or Dual Tribute Cut Signature
  • One sketch card hand drawn by Rob Schamberger
  • One autographed replica WWE title belt

A full checklist is not yet available, but Topps provided images and details of some pretty amazing cards. Each box will contain a Vince McMahon autograph, the first time that his signature has ever been included in a wrestling product. In addition, the set will also include the first certified autograph of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin in a Topps product. The oversized Tribute Cut Signature cards include one of Andre the Giant and a dual of Randy Savage and Sherri Martel.

Topps is also promising a “VIP experience invitation” in each box: a ticket to WrestleMania 35, entrance to a private event before the show, wrestler meet-and-greets, and more.

More information is available online at

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Michael Moore is a writer and collector living in Casper, WY. He has been a collector of sports cards and wrestling memorabilia since 1985. He has contributed articles on pro wrestling collectibles to since 2011, and his work has also appeared in Pro Wrestling Illustrated, Tuff Stuff Sports Collectibles, Beckett sports publications and more. Follow him on Twitter @MMooreWriter, or contact him at

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