Prominent Cuts Looks Good, But Why Hide The Names

Upper Deck’s long awaited, celebrity infused, Prominent Cuts has started to hit the market.  I’m not one for products that deal mostly with actors and actresses.  Its just not my thing, but I would like to say I think this product looks really well done.  I can confidently say that Prominent Cuts blows all of Razor’s cut signature brands out of the water.  However, there seems to be something missing on the front of the relics – the celebrity’s name.  You have to read the COA on the back to find out who the relic is of.  This isn’t the first time Upper Deck hasn’t put the celebrity’s name on the front of the card.  They have done it before with their “A Piece of Hollywood” cards found in UD Piece of History.