PPV numbers for cotto vs judah: Arum says about 200ish

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  1. the_what

    the_what Bolo Punch KO Full Member

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    Not bad for a guy still considered a rookie. :yep
     
  2. tampa

    tampa Active Member Full Member

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    The reason it was so low. Because of PBF boring ass style the week before.
    pbf vs delahoya had everyone pissed at $60 a pop.

    wait till his next fight so you can really tell. I know it was because of the sissy mayweather running the week before. I didn't order becuase I just dished out $60. I said I'll catch it for free on Saturday on hbo. but the very next day I saw it youtube. i know I should of known better.
     
  3. kirk

    kirk l l l Staff Member

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    god **** floyd and hoya... i swear that fight made A LOT of people not want to buy another boxing match.
     
  4. ChampionsForever

    ChampionsForever ESB VIP

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    Cotto and Judah will mean twice as much to the fans as Floyd does, hes made it clear all he cares about is money so **** him, reitre and **** off like the **** that you are. This fight represented what we all love in boxing unlike any Gayfeather fight ive seen.
     
  5. audio101

    audio101 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Of course, people seem to forget the entire crowd was pro Gatti. Mayweather ass kissers need to open their eyes, Gatti was the big draw that night.:good
     
  6. Imperial1

    Imperial1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    200 k Dam thats a bust ...Didn't Malainaggi Cotto do a little better ?


    And they went head to head with Hopkins and Tarver ..
     
  7. Nawfal

    Nawfal Well-Known Member Full Member

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    ummmm $200mil revenue....
     
  8. Boom_Boom

    Boom_Boom R.I.P Boxing 6/9/12 Full Member

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    we do since some many are making a big deal that Cotto is a bigger draw than PBF
     
  9. Imperial1

    Imperial1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Ain't that the truth more people will remember this one and forget OSCAR /Mayweather .
     
  10. Danny Ocean

    Danny Ocean My nAmE IS MoNeY Full Member

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    you dont think fighting 5weight divisions abouve your natural in a small ring with punchers gloves with a living legend who looked sensational in his last fight is a risk

    plus isnt barrera the 1 who wanted a easy fight instead of a jmm rematch

    cotto fights the best ?

    didnt his last opponent have 0 wins in his 3 previous fights
     
  11. Shotgun

    Shotgun Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You think Bigtime cares about that? All he cares about is Floyd. Bigtime gets a hard on over the money another man makes. Sad. Or maybe Bigtime isn't a male, that would explain a lot
     
  12. mancat

    mancat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wow. So now it's PBF's fault that Cotto's PPV did poorly? Bullsh@#.

    It is now established beyond a shadow of a doubt that PBF is a bigger draw than Cotto. He did more with Judah than Cotto. Hell he did more with Baldomir than Cotto. So, even the haters who say it was because of DLH and Gatti (incidently, DLH did better #'s with PBF than he did with anyone else. And Gatti's fight with Baldimir was not even on PPV. Neither is Castillo vs. Hatton) that PBF did big PPV #'s in his fights with them have to acknowledge PBF is a strong PPV draw.
     
  13. tampa

    tampa Active Member Full Member

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    cotto is a bigger draw period.

    i will never personally buy another pbf fight ever.

    except if he fights cotto. just to see cotto ko his ass

    i will watch him next week for free any other time./
     
  14. Danny Ocean

    Danny Ocean My nAmE IS MoNeY Full Member

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    how can you call cotto a bigger draw when the judah cotto and paulie cotto ppv numbers added together dont come close to pbf gatti
     
  15. mancat

    mancat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Cotto is not a bigger draw because you say so, and your one PPV won't stop PBF from doing big PPV numbers.
     


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