(05-31-2012 08:38 PM)bbills1999 Wrote: This thread is going on way to long LOL
(05-31-2012 08:55 PM)crimedawg47 Wrote: Can we somehow blame this on Lebron?
(05-31-2012 08:52 PM)taffster74 Wrote: Rybowski, now your just showing yourself to be childish. For goodness sake, grow up. Oh, and yes the European soccer market is far larger than the combined us sports market. as a matter of fact, Panini's 2008 EPL card set (EPL - english premier league), outsold the entire 2007-08 US sports market - on pre-sales alone. And that is just one product for one league. Panini Europe also covers Bundes Leage, La Liga BBV, Euroleague, Championsleague, the French Soccer League and the Italian soccer league. Plus the major European Leagues (EPL, La Liga BBV, Bundesleage, Italian, Euroleague and Championsleague) are broadcast in more countries than all the US sports combined. so Soccer is rightfully called the international league.
(05-31-2012 08:39 PM)taffster74 Wrote: Actually, for Basketball no. for NFL football and Baseball, I would assume yes. and Rybowski - your snide comment just shows your blatant ignorance. sorry, but i'll call it like it is.
(05-31-2012 09:10 PM)rjcj2017 Wrote: I was trying to bring the thread back to the original question since it got so far off track.
No, they're not bringing back Topps Chrome ... until ... Topps ... gets ... a ... license.
(05-31-2012 09:19 PM)rybowski97 Wrote: i dont see them attempting to get a license anytime soon, their just isnt enough hardcore basketball collectors out there anymore. Even at walmart, all the discounted leftover blasters are mostly basketball. I will keep my fingers crossed because i miss chrome and finest rookies