2022 Pro Set Draft Football Blaster Box Break (Green Box)

How about another blaster box break? This time we have a 2022 Pro Set Draft Football Blaster (Green Box).

The 2022 Pro Set Draft Football Blaster (Green Box) only contains (3) cards – (2) autographs, and (1) Metal card.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Rashee Rice (SMU/Kansas City Chiefs)
  • Leo Chenal (Wisconsin/Kansas City Chiefs)


  • Jerome Ford Pink Wave (Alabama and Cincinnati/Cleveland Browns)

2022 Pro Set Draft Football Blaster Box Break (Grey Box)

Its time for another blaster box break. This blaster box of 2022 Pro Set Draft Football (Grey Box) comes from Target.

(2) autographs, and a 10-card set are found in the 2022 Pro Set Draft Football (Grey Box).

Here is what I pulled:


  • Tyreke Smith (Ohio State/Seattle Seahawks)
  • Brad Hawkins (Michigan/New England Patriots)

10-Card Set:

  • Bryce Young #1
  • C.J. Stroud #2
  • Quinn Ewers #3
  • Caleb Williams #4
  • Treveyon Henderson #5
  • Chris Olave #6
  • Garrett Wilson #7
  • Jameson Williams #8
  • Kenneth Walker III #9
  • Kenny Pickett #10

2023 Topps Series 1 Baseball Blaster Box Break

Blaster Box time!!! This time we have a Blaster Box of 2023 Topps Series 1 Baseball from Walmart.

Inside you will find (7) packs with (14) cards per pack. Every box should also come with (1) Manufactured Commemorative Patch card.

With Hobby Boxes being so expensive, breaking Blasters and picking up singles is the best way to go right now.

Here is what I pulled:

Team Logo Patch:

  • Jose Altuve


  • Scott Barlow Rainbow Foil #9
  • Kyle Wright/Julio Urias/Yu Darvish ’22 NL Wins Leaders Royal Blue #284


  • Fernando Tatis Jr. Home Run Challenge #9
  • Pete Alonso 1988 Topps 35th Anniversary #74
  • Rafael Devers 2022 Greatest Hits #7
  • Cedric Mullins Welcome To The Club #17
  • Jose Ramirez Topps Chrome Stars of MLB #7
  • Mike Trout Stars of MLB #2
  • Francisco Lindor Stars of MLB #28
  • Adley Rutschman Stars of MLB #22
  • Julio Rodriguez Stars of MLB #16
  • Luis Robert Stars of MLB #6
  • Christian Yelich Stars of MLB #11
  • Aaron Judge Stars of MLB #13


  • Vinnie Pasquantino #302
  • Josh Smith #37
  • Kody Clemens #176
  • Matthew Liberatore #52
  • Brandon Hughes #97
  • Ivan Herrera #58
  • Adley Rutschman #250
  • Buddy Kennedy #135
  • Lenyn Sosa #140
  • Miguel Vargas #163
  • Triston Casas #92
  • Nolan Jones #129
  • Evan Lee #243
  • Gunnar Henderson #206
  • Jeter Downs #165
  • Davis Martin #188
  • Michael Grove #15

2022 Bowman Chrome University Football Blaster Box Break

I wanted to give a 2022 Bowman Chrome University Football Blaster Box a try I saw sitting on the shelf at my local card shop – Sports Zone Toys & Comics.

Blasters come with (7) packs per box. Every blaster should have (4) exclusive pink parallels.

The 2022 edition of this product is far superior when compared to last year’s set. Now it has college logos, and Topps really loaded up on the quarterbacks you can pull.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Dallas Turner Green Refractor #’ed/99
  • Aidan O’Connell Pink Refractor
  • Michael Mayer Pink Refractor
  • Clayton Tune Pink Refractor
  • Andrel Anthony Pink Refractor
  • Malachi Moore Refractor


  • Zach Evans Ramblin’ Man
  • Ty Simpson 1952 Bowman Football


  • Nick Singleton #87
  • Phil Jurkovec #35
  • Dallas Turner #6
  • Zach Evans #10
  • Walker Howard #92
  • Dillon Gabriel #12
  • Keyshawn Smith #55
  • Bryce Young #1
  • Nolan Smith #33
  • Cam Rising #76
  • Agiye Hall #90
  • John Emery #67
  • JJ McCarthy #48
  • Bo Nix #61
  • Will Rogers #46
  • Jaden Walley #15
  • Xavier Worthy #29
  • Raleek Brown #83
  • Denzel Burke #25
  • Nicco Marchiol #77
  • Jahleel Billingsley #26
  • Jaxson Dart #94
  • Josh Downs #30
  • Isaac Rex #71

2022 Topps Gallery Baseball Blaster Box Break – HUGE HIT!!!

Last fall I opened a Monster Box of 2022 Topps Gallery Baseball and pulled a Julio Rodriguez RC Orange Parallel Auto #’ed/25.

I decided to test my luck again this time with a blaster box. All I can say is that the luck continues. Big hits are 100% possible from retail stores such as Walmart. This box is proof.

As a big Phillies and Bryce Harper fan I’m seriously thinking about redeeming it. I’ve never owned a Bryce Harper autograph before.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Bryce Harper Modern Artists Autograph Parallel Redemption


  • Ryan Vilade RC Rainbow Foil #84
  • Steven Kwan RC Rainbow Foil #166
  • Shohei Ohtani Printer Proof #190
  • Juan Soto Printer Proof #101
  • Romy Gonzalez Printer Proof #109
  • Pedro Martinez Printer Proof #10


  • Freddie Freeman Modern Artists #MA-14

2021 Wild Card Alumination Football Blaster Box Break

Another impulse buy from Walmart.

Wild Card is one of those manufacturers from the early 90’s who was around for about as long as Pro Set and Action Packed. Thanks to their multi-tiered Stripe cards collectors were introduced to the hobby’s first parallels. Today some of those rare Stripe parallels of popular players can sell for big money. Even the long expired redemption cards.

2021 saw the return of the Wild Card brand. Their new products range from affordable retail blasters all the way to high-end sets. All licensed by the IPL (Independent Player Licensed).

A retail blaster box of 2021 Wild Card Alumination Football contains (32) cards. You should receive (4) parallels per box. Retail exclusive cards include Ocular (50+ parallels), Splintered (8 parallels), Light Show (6 parallels), and Starbright (8 parallels). Blasters are the only place you’ll find the Blue Groovin’ inserts. 1:20 boxes contain a Red Pack. Red Packs can contain exclusive low-numbered parallels.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Trey Lance Ocular Purple #OC-6
  • Travis Etienne Ocular Red #OC-9
  • Rashod Bateman Splintered Blue #SP-17
  • Penei Sewell Light Show Purple #LS-29
Error – Front says “QB”, but he is a RB


  • Trevor Lawrence #ABC-1
  • Jayson Oweh #ABC-31
  • (2) Justin Fields #ABC-2
  • (2) Javonte Williams #ABC-40
  • (2) Amon-Ra St. Brown #ABC-68
  • (2) Greg Rousseau #ABC-19
  • Ian Book #ABC-51
  • Chuba Hubbard #ABC-24
  • Tylan Wallace #ABC-69
  • Ernest Jones #ABC-50
  • Joe Tryon #ABC-62
  • Azeez Ojulari #ABC-43
  • Jevon Holland #ABC-42
  • Robert Rochell #ABC-60
  • Trey Sermon #ABC-41
  • Michael Carter #ABC-37
  • Hunter Long #ABC-30
  • Amari Rodgers #ABC-45
  • Elijah Mitchell #ABC-53
  • Tyson Campbell #ABC-63
  • Terrace Marshall Jr. #ABC-13
  • Patrick Surtain II #ABC-14
  • Sam Ehlinger #ABC-26
  • Dayo Odeyingbo #ABC-36

2021 Leaf Pro Set College Football Blaster Box Break

It has been years since I opened a box of Pro Set cards. When I got into collecting in the mid to late 90’s Pro Set was already out of business. But that didn’t stop me from buying older packs.

Pro Set was originally founded by Ludwell Denny in 1988. Between 1988 and 1994 they made licensed cards for the NFL, NHL, NASCAR, and PGA Tour. Their parody “Flopps” set was an attempt at getting into MLB cards in 1992, but that didn’t get very far. Other sports and entertainment properties followed. After 1994 Pro Set went bankrupt.

Leaf Trading Cards announced in February 2021 that they had acquired the Pro Set trademark. Since then the Pro Set name has made a comeback on a variety of products.

This was another impulse buy at Walmart. A 2021 Leaf Pro Set College Football Blaster Box comes with (2) autographs and a 10-card set.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Agiye Hall
  • George Karlaftis

10-Card Set:

  • Bryce Young #1
  • C.J. Stroud #2
  • Carson Strong #3
  • D.J. Uiagalelei #4
  • Isaiah Spiller #5
  • Kayvon Thibodeaux #6
  • Malik Willis #7
  • Matt Corral #8
  • Quinn Ewers #9
  • Spencer Rattler #10

2021 Topps Gallery Baseball Blaster Box Break

Impulse buy! I gave a blaster box of 2021 Topps Gallery Baseball a try from Walmart.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Spencer Howard RC Rainbow Foil
  • Nolan Ryan Rainbow Foil
  • Brooks Robinson Printer Proof
  • Will Clark Printer Proof
  • Corbin Burnes Printer Proof
  • Trey Mancini Printer Proof


  • Javier Baez MLB Originals
  • Ian Anderson RC Next Wave

Notable Rookies:

  • Akil Baddoo #74
  • Joey Bart #187
  • Jo Adell #95

2018 Bowman Platinum Baseball Blaster Box Break

This is just a quick break.  For the last couple of years, the Bowman Platinum brand has been a Walmart exclusive.  My local Walmart store had three blasters on the shelf.  By now they could be all gone.

There are three different formats that you can find this product in – Fat Packs, Blasters, and Collector’s Boxes.  Each comes with it’s own exclusive parallel.  A Collector’s Box is the most expensive at $80, but that does include (2) autographs.  The base set consists of (100) cards and the following parallels: Ice (Blaster), Sky Blue (Fat Pack), Purple #’ed/250, Blue #’ed/150, Green #’ed/99, Orange #’ed/25 (Collector’s Box), Red #’ed/10, and Foilfractor #’ed/1.  Top Prospects have (100) cards too with the same parallels.

Photo variations are quite easy to spot.  The pictures are drastically different compared to a traditional base card.  CMP codes for base are #264, whereas photo variations are #303.

My favorite Walmart exclusive Topps product recently is 2017 Topps Gallery.  But these look cool too.  When talking about the base set, that pure blackness mixed with those psychedelic swirls is totally far out.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Estevan Florial Top Prospects Purple #’ed/250
  • Javier Baez Ice
  • Dansby Swanson Ice
  • Hudson Potts Top Prospects Ice
  • Dennis Santana Top Prospects Ice


  • Andres Gimenez Prismatic Prodigies
  • Alex Verdugo Rookie Revelations
  • Alex Verdugo Platinum Presence


  • Dominic Smith
  • Harrison Bader
  • Chance Sisco
  • Victor Robles

Top Prospects

  • Hunter Greene
  • Jake Burger
  • Dennis Santana
  • Nick Pratto
  • Shane Bieber
  • Greg Deichmann
  • Riley Pint

2017 Topps WWE Women’s Division Blaster Box Break & Review

It has been a long time since I’ve opened a box of wrestling cards.  One of those TNA Knockouts boxes from TRISTAR is probably the last wrestling box I tackled.  New from my friends at Topps and exclusive only to Walmart is 2017 WWE Women’s Division Wrestling.

Like I said, this product can only be found at Walmart.  It comes in three different formats – Blasters, Hangers, and Fat Packs.  Blasters are most likely going to be the popular choice as each box comes with (1) “hit”.  Along with your “hit” you’ll find (80) other cards.  (40) of them will be from Matches and Moments and the remaining (40) come from the Roster portion of the base set.  Roster cards borrow the 2017 Major League Soccer design, whereas Matches and Moments uses the design from Road to WrestleMania.  Despite not guaranteeing a “hit”, Hangers and Fat Packs are the only places you can find special inserts.  The overall base set consists of (100) cards, so a few boxes should yield a complete set.  Parallels include Silver #’ed/50, Blue #’ed/25, Gold #’ed/10, and Red #’ed/1.  Unlike the Roster parallels, the Matches and Moments parallels are serial numbered on the back.  I highly recommend checking those backs as you could easily miss them while shuffling through that card brick.

The checklist is solid.  Especially when it comes to the autographs.  Topps included a wide variety of past and present wrestlers.  Blasters cost about $30.  In today’s hobby its a breath of fresh air to see an entirely female-based set.  Wrestling fans should enjoy, and for the price of a blaster its not much of a risk.

Here is what I pulled:


  • Charlotte Flair Survivor Series Mat Relic #’ed/199