Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a major name in the world of professional wrestling and his influence runs deep in the business, even after he transitioned into Hollywood. His name clearly has a lot of value, as a one-of-a-kind trading card featuring The Rock recently got sold for an insane amount of money. Now it appears the card became the highest-selling card of all time.

In case you forgot, on April 20, the 2022 Panini WWE Black Prizm trading card featuring The Rock went up for sale on the PWCC Marketplace. There was no doubt the card was going to sell for a high price.

Being a one-of-a-kind trading card, there were certain expectations regarding the price it would be sold for. That said, no one could have ever imagined it would become the highest-selling WWE trading card of all time.

The card was included as part of the first WWE Prizm trading card set that Panini released. According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the card sold for $126K and is officially the highest-selling WWE trading card of all time.


“A 2022 Panini Prizm Dwayne Johnson trading card sold for $126,000 on 4/20, the largest price by far a WWE trading card has ever sold for. The reason is that only one copy of the card was made so it’s the ultimate collector’s item.”

The card features a holographic image of The Rock delivering his iconic Rock Bottom to his longtime rival “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. Needless to say, one particular fan can certainly smell what The Rock’s trading card was cooking this time around.

What are your thoughts on The Rock’s card selling for $126K? Are you surprised by its value? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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