Espn, Showtime, and PBC have been hurting the sport for the past several years. Too many fights are not being made due to politics, fighters refusing to fight because they want more money and use the whole political issue to justify avoiding fights. The major networks giving these fighters PPV headlines, even though they aren't worthy of it. Tank, Ruiz, Crawford, Spence etc, are not PPV fighters. Their numbers illustrate that. When I was in high school I use to like Al Haymon because he made boxing free again. I use to defend him against haters, saying he's saving the sport. Well, it's 2021, and I should have listened to those haters. Haymon is the plague of the sport, in the same boat with Bob Arum. They keep spamming these PPV fights left and and right, with ****ty undercards and terrible judging results. Trying to force top fighters into long-term contracts so they can keep them under their network. It's disgusting and criminal. I mean come on, Spence/Pacquaio, Canelo/Plant(Canelo forced to be on PPV), Wilder/Fury, Joshua/Usk. All on PPV? That's way too many, which causes fans to priate instead or not watch it at all. Dazn has major problems, and I understand that. Their commentating team needs work, and their streaming quality can be improved. It's practically a new streaming service, compared to other platforms. Give it time. What makes Dazn great is the pricing. They don't use a PPV Model, they broadcast many types of fights such as super series tournaments, give female fighters opportunities to showcase their talent. What boxing needs is a single platform to broadcast all its fights. Look at baseball, hockey, football, and basketball. They all have a single subscription to be able to watch all the sports teams. It's a fair price value for fans to get their money's worth, and also affordable for casuals to get into the sport. Were as boxing their is like 8 or 9 different platforms to watch fights. And some of the platforms like ESPN try to triple charge to watch a single fight. Stuff like this scares consumers and not want to watch the sport at all. If all fights can be on Dazn for a price tag of $149.99 or $199.99 for a full year, I can guarantee the sport can be brought back to life. And maybe there can be one PPV card where all the top fighters fight at the end of the year. Dazn is the future, where Top Rank, PBC, and showtime are holding the sport back.