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Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Bulldog24, Jan 8, 2017.



  1. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade Full Member

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    A big Mac in NZ is probably 6 bucks, average PPV is 40 bucks, Parker vs Ruiz was 60

    So for a standard PPV = Nearly 7 big macs
    Big time PPV is 10 big mac's
     
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  2. lewis gassed

    lewis gassed Oakland glass Full Member

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    Boxing PPVs here are 55$ for SD and 65$ for HD, except that Mayweather-Pacquiao farce which was 100$.
    The prices here in US are ridiculous.
     
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  3. Box Box

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    Then so be it.
     
  4. Box Box

    Box Box New Member Full Member

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    Can some ****er clear this one up for me.

    Is it £12.95 for main event and undercard or weirdly just the main event?
     
  5. Oneirokritis

    Oneirokritis Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Eubank Jr is up at 168 now, right?

    If so, how long before he reprises the recurring pattern he had at Middleweight and calls out DeGale, Callum Smith and Zurdo Ramirez, only to bottle it and fight an Adam Etches, a Luke Blackledge or a John Ryder instead?

    Given their previous, it may not last too long before either he or his old man annoy ITV with their prima donna demands and end up parting company with ITV. They've already alienated just about everyone else, so the only remaining option would probably be BT Sports or Dave. :lol:
     
  6. Oneirokritis

    Oneirokritis Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Boxrec has it listed as an IBO (whatever that is) Super Middleweight 'World' Title fight. If it's listed on Boxrec, it's got to be true. :sisi1
     
  7. Daydorail

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    £12.95 to watch a IBO world title fight and a world class heavyweight is fantastic value :2guns::2guns::2guns:
     
  8. dellboi94

    dellboi94 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    No, he didn't take the fights. The GGG fight was on the table, he was mandatory for Danny Jacobs regular belt and he showed no ambition to avenge his loss against BJS. The narrative that he didn't get the fights is false, he didn't take the fights.
     
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  9. N17

    N17 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Spot on Del, fighters prive themselves out of a Golovkin fight a lot of the time (I'm not suggesting all the time) but Jr had multiple opportunities to fight for a world title and walked away to fight for a British title.

    Also James5000, if Jr had stepped up to 168 and fought DeGale I would be praising him but he has stepped up to fight for an IBO title, a title nobody takes remotely seriously against a man I've never heard of and I watch quite a lot of boxing.

    And Jr has said he wants to move back down to 160, he hasn't got a clue what he is doing.
     
  10. jmashyaka

    jmashyaka Well-Known Member Full Member

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    We should be charging them for showing this type of match up as a ppv headliner.
     
  11. Twentyman

    Twentyman Active Member Full Member

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    He really should move back down and prove himself at middleweight.

    He takes far too many shots. Against a quality SM them shots will put him on his backside. Not that he'd fight one though.
     
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  12. N17

    N17 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I completely agree
     
  13. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade Full Member

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    Why when GGG can't make a big fight in a decade and won't even accept a $15MILL pay day does he get a pass, and everyone is ducking him but CEJ doesn't.

    It's ridiculous, I mean BJS offers CEJ 20% and people here act like its an offer he can't refuse and call the Eubanks bizzarre
     
  14. james5000

    james5000 2010's poster of the decade Full Member

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    Hearn is a snake, Kell Brook was supposed to fight Jessie Vargas but the money was terrible and he hit the roof!

    Brook refused the Vargas offer and then to save their blushes (Brook would have been trashed turning down the Vargas fight even if the money was bad) Hearn thought of the cunning idea of subbing Brook in and used Sr as the fall guy.
     
  15. dellboi94

    dellboi94 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    4 mill was on the table for Eubank and he ducked, and Warren offered Eubank 1 mill for the rematch and he ducked. He was the mandatory for Danny Jacobs when he held the WBA interim belt and he vacated (ducked) to fight for the British title. The 20% was not an offer, it was BJS talking out of his arse, it was not an official offer.