Originally Posted by Mike D
Obviously he's going to have to get in with a big name guy (and then beat said big name) to launch him. Because if he headlined a PPV main event right now, it would sell to about 16 homes. We're talking about a guy who has half as many twitter followers as Andre Ward. He's nothing right now to the casual boxing fan.
He's going to be a PPV headliner; it's inevitable and just a matter of time. The question is when? The kid's going to be a star as long as he keeps winning.
I think it will be at 140 or 147 for a championship versus one of the top names that are currently there now.