Originally Posted by Bill C84
Oh right, In England you have different classes A being the highest D being the lowest, in a cat C or D I could imagine its possible ppv was shown, In an A or B there would be no chance.
It's kinda the other way around mate,up here anyway.At that time,I was around a B Cat.I know it came out the fund for my hall,but as far as I remember everyone got it so the cost would be divvied.
You find that LTP's here are not quite Frankland,but account for everyone doing more than four years,so it's the smart move to throw an occasional bone for morale.
Hatton's non PPV fights were popular,so this was like a perfect storm,so to speak.
Shotts was considered Scotland's toughest a few years back, but it's a monastery compared to years ago.