2004 Pacific TNA Wrestling mark the first time the company was featured on a set of trading cards. The checklist includes the first cards of CM Punk, AJ Styles and others.
2006 Topps WWE Insider aimed to delve a little deeper into the lives of wrestling's biggest stars at the time. The large autograph checklist includes John Cena, Edge and Trish Stratus.
2002 Fleer WWE Absolute Divas is one of the first full sets of wrestling cards dedicated to the company's female wrestlers and personalities. Highlights include autographs, wardrobe and Kiss cards.
2007 Topps WWE Action is a straightforward set focused on photography. Each hobby box has either an autograph or memorabilia card and no other inserts.
2007 Topps WWE Heritage Chrome II offers a chromium spin on the regular set. Designs come from old Topps baseball sets. Hobby boxes include one autograph.
1999 Topps WCW Embossed is the last set for the promotion put out by the New York-based manufacturer. Like other Topps WCW products, autographs are a highlight. This is the first product to include a Hulk Hogan memorabilia card.
1999 Topps WCW/nWo Nitro is another strong set of cards for the promotion thanks in large part to a stellar autograph checklist that includes Bret Hart, Sting, Curt Hennig, Goldberg, Randy Savage and more.
2008 Ring of Honor trading cards came packaged in a limited number of DVDs. The six-card checklist includes some of the earliest cards of Daniel Bryan (Bryan Danielson) and Austin Aries.
Thanks in large part to a stellar autograph checklist, 1998 Topps WCW/NWO is considered to be one of the greatest sets of wrestling cards ever. Signers include Hulk Hogan and Eddy Guerrero.
Getting all the 2006 Topps WWE Heritage II promo cards is a challenging task thanks to nine cards that came packaged with the November, 2006 WWE Magazine.