The Best Pulls of the Week – Week of 6.27.22

Clubhouse Breaks held a 2022 WWE Prizm Closeout Event and the fists were flying! Check out the best pulls of last week.

1. 2021-22 Panini Chronicles Soccer

Oh what a Release Day it was for 2021-22 Panini Chronicles Soccer. Jaspy’s did a quick, 2-Box Break to celebrate the launch. The Random Team Break was a Hat Trick though, giving 3 Teams to each participant. Brian C. won this Origins Auto of the former Chelsea FC Defender. Carvalho, a 1x Champions League and 3x English Champion, retired back in 2011, so this was a nice Throwback.

2. 2022 Panini WWE Prizm

Clubhouse Breaks held a 2022 WWE Prizm Closeout Event and the fists were flying! Just a few months ago this was one of the hottest sets on the market, but the influx of new Baseball/other Sports sets has overshadowed this WWE Sets’ excellence. Hits are still hiding in this sensational set though, including this Batista Legendary Signatures Prizm Blue Redemption. It was a patented Clubhouse Pick Your Price Group Break so needless to say there was a Hell Turn.

3. 2021 NBA Revolution Hobby

There was Astros, Autos, Lavas, and plenty of RC Shields in this Break. However, the card that stood out was this electric Cade Cunningham Revolution Rookie Auto. It was a Bonus winner because Blez Sports Cards gave out a $10 Hit Bonus during the Stream. This 2-Box Pick Your Team had tons of value, but the Detroit Team Picker walked away happiest.

4. 2021 Bowman Inception Baseball

Inception Baseball cards are gorgeous. So gorgeous in fact, they create conundrum, just like the film with the same name: Is this player good or does Inception just make players LOOK good? We think it’s best not to ask that question. This Blue On-card Johan Rojas Auto to 99 removes all doubt, because it looks so good. Inception makes gorgeous cards, proving that the top IS still spinning.

5. 2022 Panini Select Baseball

The Release Day Hits were coming at Gotham Card Breaks when they were among the first to rip 2022 Panini Select Baseball. This Red, White and Blue Premiere Level Wander Franco looked great. Because it’s a Premier Level card, the RC Shield is big, front and centered. One of the first Wanders pulled from this new set and it looked good!