NFL player retires after selling a Pokemon letter

Although Pokémon games are a success, fans have found a big business in the sale and purchase of rare collectible cards. Some of these pieces can pay thousands of dollars online, and now it has been announced that a famous NFL player has announced the withdrawal of it, this after selling a Pokémon letter for more than $600,000.

Recently, it was announced that Blake Martínez, professional player of Las Vegas Raiders, managed to sell an extremely rare letter, known as Pokémon Illustrator. When being in a good condition, the athlete managed to sell this object for $672 thousand. In this way, he announced his withdrawal with only 28 years.


Martínez plans to use this money to focus on his family and his passions. On the Gem Mint scale, which values the state of Pokémon’s letters, the Illustrator Pokémon has a score of 9.5 out of 10. Without a doubt, an unexpected way to reach an early withdrawal of a sport as popular as the football.

On related issues, you can check our Pokémon Scarlet & Violet review here. Similarly, an exploit has been discovered to have infinite shiny in these games.

Editor’s note:

Although $672 thousand dollars sounds like a lot of money, and it is, for an NFL player it may not be enough to live the rest of his life without worries. Of course, if you invest this, it is not a problem, but if it does not, it is only a matter of time before this fortune disappears.

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