Breaking down the Soccer and MMA card markets like no other podcast in the industry.
Episode 6 - Brett Whiteley of Panini America
In Episode 6, we talk to Panini America's Brett Whiteley about the upcoming soccer product releases. We discuss the new EPL Prizm release, Panini La Liga Digital Cards, and even break some news regarding future projects in 2020-2021.
Episode 5 - Matt Peek of ParksideCards.com
In Episode 5, we talk to ParksideCards.com's Matt Peek about his up and coming trading card company that he co-founded in 2018. We break down Parkside Cards products of developing leagues like the NWSLsoccer.com (NWSL), the Big3 Basketball league, MajorLeagueLacrosse.com (MLL), as well as the Negro League museum, and the Founder's Choice collection.
Episode 4 - John Morgan of the USA Today/MMAJunkie.com
In episode 4, we chat with award winning MMA journalist John Morgan of MMAJunkie.com and the USA Today. We discuss the recent rise in the UFC trading card market as well as detailing who we are looking at as potential targets for investment from vintage to prospects.
Episode 3 - Schuyler Redpath of MLSSoccer.com & Rotowire.com
In episode 3, we chat with Fantasy MLS Soccer writer Schuyler Redpath of MLSSoccer.com & Rotowire.com. We discuss the correlation between the fantasy game and card collecting and how it can help with Prospecting, Prospecting, Prospecting! Schuyler and I break down some of the top talent in the MLS that we think could be the next standouts that would attract top European leagues attention.
Episode 2 - Herculez Gomez of ESPN/ESPN Deportes and former USMNT Forward
Former USMNT Pro Soccer Player and ESPN talent Herculez Gomez (@HerculezG) joins the Card Cracks Podcast this week. We breakdown the changes among the USMNT, the MLS becoming active in the world market, the issues facing talent in Liga MX, and prospecting, prospecting & prospecting.
Episode 1 - 3rdDegree.net's Buzz Carrick
For our inaugural show, we host Buzz Crick of 3rdDegree.net to talk MLS' FC Dallas. We analyze how FC Dallas has been able to benefit from developing young talent like Weston McKennie, Bryan Reynolds, and Reggie Cannon. We also break down who could be the next to make the jump overseas to Europe like Ricardo Pepi, Dante Sealy, and Tanner Tessmann.