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Old 03-28-2011, 10:33 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Looking at this stuff makes me kind of glad I picked up the last case of Ringside from Blowout instead of this.

Good luck Kyle!
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Old 03-28-2011, 11:39 AM   #52 (permalink)
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Looking at this stuff makes me kind of glad I picked up the last case of Ringside from Blowout instead of this.

Good luck Kyle!
Ringside is fun...

They have more cases in but they are up to 1200

Hope you get a cut or Ali.......

I cut back my ali order....

i have 8 coming wed...

and then probably a full case
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Ringside is fun...

They have more cases in but they are up to 1200
So the Ringside product sales price is on the rise?
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So the Ringside product sales price is on the rise?
Not sure why?

i bought two cases and braun bought one,..

So they have sold three cases in last 3-4 months

i have been watching it everytime it goes on special.. and there was 3 cases for months...

Sucks because i would buy another at 1040 but not at 1250..

would rather buy a TKO case for 449 with 10 hits and 400 base cards..
only problem there is no gold or oynx in TKO and that is where the money is.
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Not sure why?

i bought two cases and braun bought one,..

So they have sold three cases in last 3-4 months

i have been watching it everytime it goes on special.. and there was 3 cases for months...

Sucks because i would buy another at 1040 but not at 1250..

would rather buy a TKO case for 449 with 10 hits and 400 base cards..
only problem there is no gold or oynx in TKO and that is where the money is.
If cases were selling for $1040, and now they are selling for $1250, I would say they are on the rise...at least for now.

This is a nice product that's going to be very collectible in the future. Prices will be even higher one of these days.
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If cases were selling for $1040, and now they are selling for $1250, I would say they are on the rise...at least for now.

This is a nice product that's going to be very collectible in the future. Prices will be even higher one of these days.
Oh isnt this the same product with factory cost around $1850? Typical 30% below cost Price release.
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Oh isnt this the same product with factory cost around $1850? Typical 30% below cost Price release.
More than that, actually. I was buying them for $950 a case for quite a long time. Built up a nice inventory at that price point - probably cracked about 20 cases in fact. Great product at $1000/case!
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More than that, actually. I was buying them for $950 a case for quite a long time. Built up a nice inventory at that price point - probably cracked about 20 cases in fact. Great product at $1000/case!
Yep..."Great product" because collectors want it. They will want it even more in the future.

20 cases Tim...That's great! I hope you did well with them.
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More than that, actually. I was buying them for $950 a case for quite a long time. Built up a nice inventory at that price point - probably cracked about 20 cases in fact. Great product at $1000/case!
i paid 2100 for two cases.

2500 in resale....

glad i did not know about this stuff when it was 1950 a case...

It is one of my favorite breaks of all time...

Beautiful cards....
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I bought a Ringside case during the weekend special as well. The last one they said they had in stock.
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I bought a Ringside case during the weekend special as well. The last one they said they had in stock.
Sweet

make sure you post the hits
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Got my cards from the video break..

The base cards are super thin..

Junky

this is the lame back of the card

Why not say event used trunks glove boots etc...

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Why not say event used trunks glove boots etc...
Could it be because it might be a t-shirt worn not too long ago, and only for a few seconds, specifically for this product, possibly during the time he signed these cards?

Transparency and specifics would be a good way to get ahead in this hobby when you're an up and comer if you ask me.

I'd much prefer "training worn" memorabilia cards over these "event worn".
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It's not a T shirt... It feels and looks like trunks or a robe...

Some cuts hit ebay... Actually like the old autos better...

I guess they say psa dna on them also?

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It's not a T shirt... It feels and looks like trunks or a robe...
That's better than a t-shirt.
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Yep..."Great product" because collectors want it. They will want it even more in the future.

20 cases Tim...That's great! I hope you did well with them.
I agree - when this stuff dries up (which it is about to do), the singles will go up - collectors are there for this one. Now if they do a sequel at some point, that could hurt if they use the same fighters. But if they don't, this one has long-term value for both collectors and dealers.

And yes Matt I did very well at the price point I got in at. It was a nice secret I had until about six weeks ago, lol, when a lot of others discovered it too.
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sequel will kill it

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Yep..."Great product" because collectors want it. They will want it even more in the future.

20 cases Tim...That's great! I hope you did well with them.
Not a bad product....if you are in the business to lose money. While I will agree that the cards are nice, ANY product that has to be DUMPED at 30-40% UNDER COST is not, Not, NOT a "great product" because "great products" actually sell for well over MSRP let alone factory direct cost.
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Not a bad product....if you are in the business to lose money. While I will agree that the cards are nice, ANY product that has to be DUMPED at 30-40% UNDER COST is not, Not, NOT a "great product" because "great products" actually sell for well over MSRP let alone factory direct cost.
It's under-appreciated right now in this distressed economy. Don't worry, time will demonstrate how popular this product is.

Remember all those 1952 Topps boxes being dumped and destroyed 60 some years ago? Did they consider that a "great" product back then? How collectible is this product now? How long has it been collectible and considered a great product?

Just a little food for thought for all you naysayers. Some collectors like this product. Some collectors love this product. In time there will be many, many more collectors that LOVE this product.
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So what you are saying is that in 60 years, when 75% of the product has been thrown away or damaged beyond recognition, people will see the utter genius in Dr. Price's product?
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So what you are saying is that in 60 years, when 75% of the product has been thrown away or damaged beyond recognition, people will see the utter genius in Dr. Price's product?
No what he really is saying is

"I speak out of both sides of my mouth and try to seem like I know what I am talking about. When in reality where ever I am currently invested is the bees knees (see razor presidential cuts). I will make excuses till no end and jump for joy when the price rises $50.00 when it dropped hundreds from when I said it was a great investment and that the sky is the limit".
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It's under-appreciated right now in this distressed economy. Don't worry, time will demonstrate how popular this product is.

Remember all those 1952 Topps boxes being dumped and destroyed 60 some years ago? Did they consider that a "great" product back then? How collectible is this product now? How long has it been collectible and considered a great product?

Just a little food for thought for all you naysayers. Some collectors like this product. Some collectors love this product. In time there will be many, many more collectors that LOVE this product.
If all of those boxes hadn't been destroyed 60 years ago would it be worth what it is today? Nope. Just saying...
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So what you are saying is that in 60 years, when 75% of the product has been thrown away or damaged beyond recognition, people will see the utter genius in Dr. Price's product?
Nope, that's not what I'm saying at all. You don't have to believe me. Time will tell what some of us already know.

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No what he really is saying is

"I speak out of both sides of my mouth and try to seem like I know what I am talking about. When in reality where ever I am currently invested is the bees knees (see razor presidential cuts). I will make excuses till no end and jump for joy when the price rises $50.00 when it dropped hundreds from when I said it was a great investment and that the sky is the limit".
And yet again you have no idea what you're talking about. (Need I point out your past ludicrous statements of which you obviously had no idea what you were talking about?)

I am not invested at all in Ringside. I understand that you think you "know" that I am. You seem to always think you "know" a lot more than you do. It's a common occurrence with you. Nice try. You'll have to think a bit harder to "make up" some other reason for me touting this boxing product.

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If all of those boxes hadn't been destroyed 60 years ago would it be worth what it is today? Nope. Just saying...
How many of each 1952 Topps card survived all that destruction? How many of each of these Ringside boxing cards are there? "Just saying...".
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Same old song and tune....
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Same old song and tune....
Perhaps so, but others are starting to sing it.
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