Does anyone think part of Whyte's PPV 'product' as it were is diminished due to the AJ loss? I've been thinking this for a while and ticket sales might be an indicator. It has been my opinion that Whyte is a PPV star only because he ran AJ reasonably close and was seen a big 'down the line' fight. He's a by-product of the AJ hype. Now AJ has been embarrassed, does this have a knock on effect for Whyte?