2020 Topps UFC Trading Cards delivers (2) Autographed Cards and (12) Insert Cards in Every Box! 2020 Topps UFC Trading Cards arrive to highlight the most collectible athletes and moments in the sport!

Configuration: 12 boxes/24 packs/10 cards

 

 

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  • (2) Autographed Cards
  • (12) Insert Cards

2020 Topps UFC Trading Cards PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

  • (2) Autographed Cards in Every Box!
    • UFC Athlete Autographs – Over 30 subjects receive autograph cards.
      • Parallels: Gold #’d to 50, Red #’d to 8, Platinum #’d 1/1
    • UFC Athlete Dual AutographsTwo linked UFC Athletes are paired on cards numbered to 25 or less!
  • (12) Insert Cards in Every Box!
    • Decade’s Next – This 10-card 2020 limited edition celebration set will highlight the brightest stars and rookies destined for greatness.
    • 1985 Topps – Using the iconic trading card design from 1985 Topps Baseball, the 25 most collectible modern day mixed martial artists are immortalized on this retro classic.
    • Bloodlines – A collector favorite returns, showcasing 15 UFC fighters and their national heritage.
      • Parallels for all inserts: Gold #’d to 50, Red #’d to 8, Platinum #’d1/1. Look for AUTOGRAPHED parallels for select subjects #’d to 25 or less!
  • Base Set – 200 of the top UFC names including Champions, title contenders, Future Stars, rookie cards of debuting fighters and highlights from the past year.
    • Parallels: Rainbow Foil (1:5 Packs), Independence Day #’d to 76, Black #’d to 69, Camo #’d to 25, Red #’d to 8, Platinum #’d 1/1, Printing Plates (4 per subject) each #’d 1/1.

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