What is a better purchase??
1 Box of KO2012 for $185
1 Box of MOT, 1 Box of Finest, and 1 pack of KO 12 for $155??
I went with second option...find it hard to pay almost $5 per card for 40 cards...i know i still bought 1 pack at that rate...but still...$185 is kinda insane...
Lookin' forward to what you pull from all the packs.
I'm sitting on a box of 2012 Knockout right now. Seems like a hit-or-miss product.
Just haven't gotten around to opening it yet though.
I'll definitely post a video to the box break in my Youtube channel if you're interested in watching.
I'll see if I can break it sometime this week.
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I'm a huge fan of MOT but I think the first option is the better choice.
I think i would've took the 2nd. one as well.
I've opened two packs of Knock Out and Loved it Pull a redemption for a Santos Auto and this fine card
the one thing i like about option 2 is that i did get one pack of KO12..so i could hit a nice auto or triple threads card in that pack...i dont expect that...but would be nice...
should get it all tonight when i get home so ill post how i did...
Only box of KO i did bust a couple weeks ago was pretty solid...
mat relic, mat relic, mat relic....carwin, rory, pettis i think?
auto jim miller
auto/relic matt hughes(my first hughes auto)
auto/relic prem.pieces bigfoot silva
jumbo mat relic 1/1 kingsbury(traded for Phil davis full contact and d.cormier trip threads /9)
redemption alan belcher auto ruby /8....so that box to me was pretty awesome...figured if i bought another it would be a letdown...haha
I just busted a 2010 topps ufc and really liked it price was low too. Option 1 is high risk high reward I like getting more bang for my buck so I would have done option #2.I tried 2 packs KO12 and didnt do that great
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