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Old 02-14-2013, 02:46 AM
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Originally Posted by Simurgh View Post
If they don't agree on these terms how does the bidding normally go? Can someone explain?
Basically, the promotor who puts the most money on the table earns the right to host the event, gets the tv rights, etc. They then have to negotiate and reach an agreement on the split and how much Wlad and Povetkin will get paid for the fight, respectively.
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