There is a lot of disinformation about this survey going around. I completed it, so let me summarise how I remember it. After normal demographic stuff, and asking what sports you liked, it asked about how you watched boxing - via sub, via PPV, via illegal streams, at pubs, at friends houses, etc. Having said I'd bought a few PPVs in the last year, it offered some matchups (a mix of real ones and fake one) and asked if I'd have been willing to buy it as a PPV. There were about 10 matchups there, including GGG v Derevyanchenko, Usyk v Witherspoon (i.e. unglamorous stuff that was on DAZN), Canelo v Saunders and Smith, and potentials like Whyte v Ruiz, Joshua v Fury, etc. For the potentials I said yes to, I was asked how likely I'd be to buy it at x price, starting at £39.99 and down to £9.99. So if my memory's right, the screenshot going around is of someone who said they'd be willing to consider getting Whyte v Ruiz as a PPV being asked what price they'd be willing to pay. They were then offered a range of prices. This is market research. Don't overreact to this quite yet, at least not that proposed price point. Personal view: if DAZN did this but at a lower PPV price than Sky or BT Box Office, I'd consider it a step forward. But it'd be some way from the original DAZN promise. FWIW though, I agree with @Jurgen. If you don't like it when it comes - and I don't doubt it will come at some price point - vote with your wallet. All the broadcasters take boxing fans for granted, with the exception of Channel 5.