Victor Wembanyama Autograph Steals the Show… But Wait!
Recently, Stryker Breaks hit a jackpot—a #/5 Victor Wembanyama autograph card from Topps Allen & Ginter! One recently sold on eBay for $5,700.
The card was to be randomized to the participants who joined the break. But hang on to your hats, because there’s a twist! There were three 1/1s also discovered in the same break. Oh, boy!
A Curveball Decision: “What I Say Goes!”
In an unprecedented move, Stryker made the decision to exclude the owners of the 1/1s from the randomization for the Wembanyama card. That’s right, folks! If you hit a 1/1, you were out of the running for the /5 auto of Wembanyama. It’s a bold call that’s got everyone asking, would you have done the same?
“If You Don’t Like It, I Don’t Care!”
Stryker was unapologetic about his controversial decision. “If you’re not in the break, you don’t have a say, actually, nobody has a say. What I say goes, and if you don’t like it, I don’t care!” he announced.
Those are some strong words, but hey, it’s his show, and it seems like Stryker isn’t one to mess around. A source suggested we be careful what we say about Stryker because he might sue us!
Banned! No Dissent Allowed
Now, it wouldn’t be the internet without a bit of drama. Someone in the chat didn’t agree with the way Stryker was conducting his break. Instead of sparking a healthy debate, the person got banned—yup, kicked out and silenced.
So, What’s the Verdict?
This begs the question: was Stryker Breaks in the right? The drama has the sports card world split. Some say he’s trying to spread the hits and love around, others think his decision was unfair.
Either way, this drama isn’t something you’d want to miss, and it’s only further proof that the world of sports card trading is as heated and high-stakes as the sports themselves. Stay tuned, because something tells us this isn’t the last we’ll hear of such drama in the sports card universe!