I participated in a couple more UFC breaks over at Team Breaks. I didn't really get much, but since I bought the Parallels and Inserts spot from a box of 2016 Topps UFC High Impact I was guaranteed at least a couple of cards.
I got two Blue parallels, including this Carlos Condit card. He lost a title fight by split decision recently against Robbie Lawler at UFC 195, which is the title shot referenced in the card back text.
Joe Lauzon has a bit of a spotty record when it comes to wins and losses, but he earns a lot of bonuses for having exciting fights.
My Femme Fighter insert features Carla Esparza, the inaugural Invicta FC strawweight champion and the inaugural UFC strawweight champion. She held the UFC belt for about four months before losing it to Joanna Jędrzejczyk. She's been out for a while after getting shoulder surgery.
Those weren't the greatest cards in the world, but that happens more often than not in group breaks. I had a few other spots in that night's breaks, but I went hitless on all of them.
Sometimes when your card stack seems a little small the guy who runs the breaks will toss in a Mystery Envelope. A mystery envelope is pretty straightforward. It's an envelope with a relic or autograph in it. Pretty much anything could be in there. He tossed a Mystery Envelope in with my High Impact cards, and the card inside was this Dynamic Duels Dual Relic Card of Anthony Pettis and Gilbert Melendez from 2015 Topps UFC Knockout. It's numbered # 098 / 188. Neither fighter is someone I really follow or collect, but it's nice to get a surprise hit that I wasn't expecting.