Box Busters: 2012 Upper Deck World of Sports

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Join Beckett Media’s Chris Olds, Bryan Hornbeck and Dave Sliepka as they rip into a pair of 2012 Upper Deck World of Sports boxes in this latest edition of Box Busters.

What will they find inside? Watch and find out …

3 Comments

  1. bobby
    Posted Tuesday February 28th, 2012 at 01:20 PM | Permalink

    ease up on the slamming of the cards. damn.

  2. joe
    Posted Wednesday February 29th, 2012 at 12:19 AM | Permalink

    Ok…. so all of the autographs in this product appear to be stickers autographs (I personally don’t have anything against sticker autographs, as long as it is done right) and yet there are no whimpering, crying collectors screaming about “I HATE STICKER AUTOGRAPHS” Oh…. wait, that’s right, that only applies to Topps and Panini. The great Upper Deck is exempt. Not even a comment from the Box Busters crew. Strange. However when it’s Topps or Panini you make it a point to tell everybody that most of the autographs in their product (Topps and/or Panini) are the dreaded “sticker autograph” and how much they’re disliked and the fact that collectors want “hard signed autograph cards” Be fair when you evaluate a product. You come across as being bias. You know, making it seem as if this product is so awesome because it is from the great Upper Deck. When, in fact, it’s not. All three of you didn’t find the autograph on a card with Microsoft Clip Art to be PATHETIC. Really. That is the saddest excuss for a sports card I’ve ever seen in my life. I loved SP Authentic basketball and football. However, this one is crap. I’ll pass.

  3. Jim B.
    Posted Wednesday February 29th, 2012 at 11:42 PM | Permalink

    Love the Homer Drew card. If you ever want to dump it, this Valpo alumni would be happy to take it.

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