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Old 09-05-2011, 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by -Top Rank- View Post
At the beginning of the year promoters bid for dates.

It's Pirog and Ishida's promoters fault they can't or refuse bid for an HBO date.
Wrong, Ishida-Williams was being discussed by Williams' team but HBO rejected that matchup and a lot of people said it wasn't worthy of a BAD main event but of course had that been Kirkland-Williams HBO would have bought that fight...

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Originally Posted by Deeznuts View Post
Simple:
HBO has a boxing store: BAD
The store has products: Fighters and fights
The store needs to advertise their product to make money: Max, Roy, and the other bunch
Any questions...
Why not sign deals with fighters who destroy their "products"? I mean spectacular KOs are the best way to advertise fighters and make money.
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