My first magazine review is for Maxim’s Hot 100. I’m happy to say that MMA and UFC stars get some recognition and are becoming more mainstream. It was really cool to see Miesha Tate and Ronda Rousey since they are fighters and not just models like half the women in there.
The one snub was Brittney Palmer. She was in it last year, but didn’t make the list. Definitely a bummer as she is my favorite ring girl. 🙂
Next year, I hope to see Brittney and maybe some of the new up and coming fighters and up and coming ring girls like Chrissy Blair and Vanessa Hanson.
#59 Arianny Celeste
#58 Miesha Tate
#42 Ronda Rousey
#39 Gina Carano
A bit different then what I usually go for, these are promo cards signed by UFC personalities and fighters. I typically go for mainly UFC cards, but I thought that these were unique and interesting to add to my collection. I really liked the Dan Henderson and the dual Rashad Evans and Lyoto Machida. The bonus ones were the Mayhem Miller and other ones.
My only complaint and and issue with getting autographs in person is that they sometimes smudge. But for the price that I got them for, not a big issue.
Total price including shipping was $15.
PS: The Kenda Perez autograph is in excellent condition and up for trade.
Another fantastic UFC lot. This is from the 2012 Topps Knockout set. The highlights of this lot is a combo relic and autograph of Miesha Tate, Urijah Faber Premium Pieces, and a Stipe Miocic combo relic and auto. The Miesha Tate gear relic did have a stain on it, so it seems like it might be pretty authentic. I’m a tremendous fan of hers and even though she lost the fight against Ronda Rousey, hopefully she comes back strong.
Total price for the lot was $15 including shipping.
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This is a great assorted lot of mainly assorted mat and gear relics and a few autographs. It includes cards from my some of my all time favorite fighters like Quinton Rampage Jackson who is resurging in Bellator, up and coming stars like Johny Hendricks, Carlos Condit and Ben Henderson, and one of my favorite female fighters, Miesha Tate.
Most of the cards were from the 2013 Finest edition, but there were also some from 2010 and 2011. Total price for the lot including shipping was about $20. Definitely a bargain.