2022 Panini Revolution WWE
Following up the Prizm WWE release, the 2022 Panini Revolution WWE will look a bit different, focusing rather on bigger designers and patterns rather than the chrome rainbow aesthetic.
In line with the same Revolution series release for basketball, hits are not the name of this game. Collectors won’t find many autos or relics here, as they aren’t guaranteed in each box.
Set size is still TBA as are a number of other factors, but we know that the base set should be a variety of current and past superstars, as was standard in the Prizm release too.
Look for Smackdown, Raw and NXT amongst the base, along with Tag Teams and Legends as subsets.
Foil stock cards replace the rainbow chrome-look with more brazen designs and backgrounds.
Parallels will average one per Hobby pack and instead of using color to set apart and name each parallel on offer, Revolution instead uses background patterns to differentiate the cards - such as Cubic and Lava.
Look for a few with serial numbers, and while it won’t be the usual in this release to have numbered cards, it doesn’t indicate their rarity if they do or do not have numbers. For example, Galactic parallel versions aren’t numbered but will be one of the toughest pulls in the release.
Hobby boxes will find 4 x Inserts (or one in every other pack) with available themes such as Supernova and Vortex, and the die-cut cards Liftoff.
While the 2022 Panini Revolution WWE release isn’t focused on the hits, a few Autographs can be found by the lucky chasers. Parallels follow the background differentiation rather than color, with Sunburst (-/99), Lava (-/10) and Kaleido (1/1).
Tentative release date: 18 May 2022
2022 Panini Revolution WWE Hobby Box Recap:
4 x Inserts