These cards have been in my scan folder for so long that I didn't really remember where they came from or how I got them. Luckily I found this picture on a Blowout forum thread and if my post is to be trusted, these came from a box of 2013 BBM True Heart Women's Pro Wrestling cards I opened on 02 JUN 2015.
This was a pretty good box as far as autographs go. In the upper left is Lin Byron, who is probably better known by her masked alter ego, Ray. I've posted a couple of times about Ray, as she is a wrestler I collect, and she also was diagnosed with an inoperable tumor in her head a few months ago. She is undergoing treatments and there have been a couple of charity wrestling events in Japan to help her out.
Next to Ray is 235, who is also known as Fumiko Sato. I don't know a lot about her, but it seems like she doesn't get much respect among fans of joshi puroresu.
In the lower right is probably the best pull of the box, as KAGUYA is a masked identity of the very popular but now-retired wrestler Mio Shirai. It's a pretty cool card. She and her sister, Io Shirai, were a very popular tag team. Io is now one of the more popular wrestlers in the Stardom promotion. Stardom is the promotion that really seems to be pushing an American presence. They did a couple of shows in California last year, they recently opened up an international webstore (with prohibitive shipping rates), and they also have a subscription-based Youtube channel that rebroadcasts all of their shows in a timely manner with English subtitles.
In the lower right is Mima Shimoda, who has been wrestling for so long that she's got a fansite hosted by GeoCities. Granted, GeoCities is still available in Japan, but for Americans it's a relic from the 90's. She is one of the more famous and revered Japanese women's wrestlers. Her career stretches back to the the late 80's and she's still in the business, with ten matches so far this year.
I don't know why I never got around to posting these cards over the last year, but here they are. I haven't been chasing much in the way of baseball cards lately. I still pick some baseball stuff up, but most of my eBay watch list right now is wrestling cards, comic book / Star Wars sketch cards, and UFC-related stuff. That doesn't make for a lot of blog page views, but baseball stuff was starting to all feel the same to me. I'll come back around to it eventually.