The 2019 PPV Discussion Thread

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  1. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I reckon there will be a minimum of 12 boxthing PPVs on UK TV this year.

    DeGale v Eubanks Jnr confirmed
    Tony Doshua - at least 2 fights
    Tyson Fury - at least 2 fights
    Logan Paul v KSI rematch
    Dullian Pudding Whyte - at least one in addition to the Tony Dosh fight
    Khan v Brook
    Josh Warrington next fight
    Fraud v Fanny 2
    WBSS fights

    There here, there there, there every fooking where - PPVs PPVs
     
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  2. Gatekeeper

    Gatekeeper Active Member Full Member

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    How many will there be ?? Too many.
     
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  3. Bridie mcmahon

    Bridie mcmahon Member Full Member

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    You will be in the loony bin come 2020 bud.
     
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  4. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    Who’s fraud vs Fanny?

    With Joshua I think at least one of his fights will be stateside, if that’s the case and it’s Miller at 3am will that really be a UK PPV? I’m not so sure.

    Inoue vs Tete/Donaire and Taylor vs Prograis surely won’t be PPV. The WBSS doesn’t have big stars or big domestic stars this year.

    Whyte needs a dance partner for PPV and if it’s not Joshua there’s no chance he gets Wilder or Fury, he’s already had Parker, Povetkin/Usyk/Ortiz are too dangerous for a man in number 1 with the WBC. He’s back to regular sky this year (unless he gets the Joshua fight).

    Fury see above. It’s not going to be AJ so if he doesn’t get a Wilder rematch immediately then will he risk it against one of the other 3 dangerous men or Whyte/Parker? If not he’s not going to be on PPV.

    Josh Warrington’s next fight is Kid Galahad whether he likes it or not. Good luck to whoever wins the purse bid and wants to try and put that on PPV.

    One you have left out though is Callum Smith. That win was supposed to properly him to super stardom. Him vs Groves rematch, Canelo/GGG, a unification at Anfield then I’d suggest it’s going on PPV, even possibly the Eubank v Degale winner...
     
  5. Octolony shore

    Octolony shore Active Member Full Member

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    Hearn will be lining up his next ppv star, I reckon he'll probably have buatsi in a ppv before the end of the year.
     
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  6. CasualFan

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    How many threads will Jurgen create about PPV in 2019?

    How many views will you get for this thread? 100? 1000?

    How many PPV buys will there be this year from your 12 shows all together, 7-8 million maybe? 5-6 million?

    With those kind of numbers you're effectively standing in the corner talking to yourself.
     
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  7. FutureofBoxing1

    FutureofBoxing1 New Member Full Member

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    The price of a PPV is cheaper than a Dominos. Stop moaning and enjoy this era, don't like it? Stream it. The model is obviously working, why else would there be so many PPV shows?
     
  8. Smudge_

    Smudge_ We've got...NETBALL Full Member

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    Dave Allan and David Price could be in for a very busy year with all these PPVs.
     
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  9. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I know how many I will be paying for - the same as previous years.

    @Scissors Mayweather v Pac will attempt another huge haul of PPV loot if Pac beats Broner
     
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  10. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Don't rule out Katie Taylor headlining a PPV as well - anything goes now after Pudding Whyte v Pudding Chisora dropped the PPV level to any competitive fight.
     
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  11. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Just the one mate but many comments in other threads
     
  12. Smudge_

    Smudge_ We've got...NETBALL Full Member

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    I don't think Joshua fighting in America at 3-4am will stop them making it PPV. Mayweather vs McGregor was still PPV at about 5am and I would guess Joshua would bring in more numbers than that fight. I could be wrong, but I just can't see Joshua fighting on regular Sky sports any time soon. He is their PPV golden goose.
     
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  13. pow

    pow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Hopefully the mods will amalgamate them all into one PPV megathread.
     
  14. "TKO"

    "TKO" Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He's right though. About everything. PPV is a mugth's game, perpetuated because so many people take this approach:


     
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  15. MeatFeastMan

    MeatFeastMan Active Member Full Member

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    I just hope they calm it down with the PPV's. These are UK PPV's for me:

    1. Any AJ fights (Obviously)
    2. Brook vs Khan (It just about enters the PPV realm, but only just)
    3. Any Fury fights (December has made Fury much much bigger and he can now argue that he is a PPV fighter in the UK)
    4. Warrington vs Santa Cruz/Valdez (Again, it's another fringe entry)

    And that's it. Everything else needs to stay away from PPV. Oh wait..they've already broken that with DeGale vs Eubank...poor.

    What we'll actually get:
    Sky:
    1. AJ vs Whyte/Miller
    2. AJ vs Wilder/Fury/Usyk
    3. Khan vs Crawford
    4. Smith vs Canelo/GGG/?
    5. Brook vs Hurd
    6. Whyte vs Miller/Povetkin/Usyk/Ortiz
    7. Katie Taylor vs Cecilia Braekhus (They'll put this in Ireland. Watch out for it, this is what I would call my wildcard)

    BT:
    1. Fury vs Bum (Deonkey's gone running)
    2. Warrington vs Santa Cruz/Valdez

    ITV:
    1. DeGale vs Eubank Jr
    2. Spence vs Garcia (They'll argue their case but let's be real, it doesn't sell.)
    3. Wilder vs Breazeale/Pulev (No I'm not joking, they'll try this one as well. Greedy ITV)
     

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