Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Heskey, Nov 24, 2018.
Thoughts? Big difference with USA and UK price...
It's going to flop
The UK price is normal for what a PPV costs in the UK and the US price is normal for a US PPV.
I'm only getting it because im not paying for I, my former manager / sparring partner is a amateur boxer with the Holyfield class of the 80's and we have a bet going, he's for Wilder im going Fury . I expect to be right as usual with out bets and were extremely competitive in fight break downs in boxing and MMA, too bad the undercard is stale bc there was room for other matches to pick but its a washout of mismatches.
The next big fight will be well a rematch between Wilder and Fury!
Joshua vs anyone is a rap, there's no one outside the other two that poses as much danger.
We'll see how Whyte continues to look .
The PPV price in U.K is a given ,no way I would miss it even at that time zone wheather its a 1 round or 12 round fight.My only concern it does exceed expectations and worst case is Wilder wins and then we know what happens with Joshua......NOTHING! lol
I always thought USA has a good economy, like Germany or England and people have some money, but it seems the States are even richer than Monaco or Dubai.
Fury wins but Wilder gets the shady decision
UK is standard price really, i cant really tell how well it will do this side of the pond, Fury has never felt like a PPV fighter and especially at that time of night but it is a big fight.
US side its hard to say as i dont know the market so well, Its come in cheaper than i once thought they would but it seems about mid priced as far as PPV,s go over there. I think that price can just about tempt any fans that were undecided if they wanted to dish out on a PPV just before Christmas but the undercard could also put some of those undecided ones off.
It will be what it will be. I think the whole thing has been an attempt to push themselves over some financial threshold that puts them into a position to demand more money from Hearn and Joshua or actual full control of the fight. I think it is going to struggle to do good enough numbers to be able to demand seizing control of Joshua but at the end of the day its given us Fury v Wilder so its not all bad is it.
I can imagine a draw.
Probably Fury schools him for 12 rounds, but don’t forget Wilder was ahead against Ortiz even though he lost most of the rounds.
That’s all you need to know
I would buy but can,t overhere
Only kickboxing is popular overhere
US prices are way too much!