Corky



Member Since:   5/7/2015
Last Login:   5/22/2020
Points:   80,316
From:   Arizona United States
     
Collection:   6,657 cards
     

Collects:

 

Ken Griffey Jr., Jay Buhner, Steve Largent and Ryan Bader

     
Awards:  
2019 - All-TCDb First Team
2019 - Most Checklists Added - MMA (Runner-up)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Multi-Sport (Winner)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Non-Sport (Winner)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Racing (Runner-up)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Soccer (Runner-up)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Wrestling (Winner)
2019 - Most Checklists Added - Tennis (Winner)

2018 - All-TradingCardDB First Team
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Boxing (Runner-up)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - MMA (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Multi-Sport (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Non-Sport (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Racing (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Soccer (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Tennis (Winner)
2018 - Most Checklists Added - Wrestling (Winner)


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Not Monday, But A Question Anyway


In 2019 Topps released both Topps Now and a complete set for the Alliance of American Football (AAF) before the league folded in April of 2019 and later filed for bankruptcy. This year Topps released both Topps Now and a complete set for the XFL, which also folded and filed bankruptcy. Now the XFL folding was not the league’s fault but no matter what it will end up costing Topps money, LCS and distributers too. 

Is anyone else wondering if Topps will jump on board with a startup league, no matter what the sport, if the opportunity arises?


  

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