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  • #11
    Originally posted by anonymous2.0 View Post
    I think this documentary is going to be awesome, what a great idea to stick behind a paywall!
    Yea did I misunderstand that or if I got Showtime I can watch it without paying extra? Or was that if you wanted to watch it all at once instead of waiting week to week?

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    • #12
      Originally posted by KTFOKING View Post
      About damn time! There are like a million Ali documentaries but so many others that fans would love to see.

      I will definitely be tuning in!
      I'm waiting for someone to make the Diego Corrales doc. Stephan E need to get on that ASAP.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by HandsofIron View Post
        There they go slighting Wilfred Benitez's greatness again, smh.
        I'm your opinion, is his greatness slighted? I dont think so, great fighter and recognized as such. I've never heard or read differently, have you?

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post

          I'm waiting for someone to make the Diego Corrales doc. Stephan E need to get on that ASAP.
          Who is Stephan E?

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          • #15
            Originally posted by just the facts View Post

            Who is Stephan E?
            Stephen Espinoza

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            • #16
              Originally posted by just the facts View Post

              Who is Stephan E?
              Espinoza. The Showtime boxing guy.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Eff Pandas View Post

                Yea did I misunderstand that or if I got Showtime I can watch it without paying extra? Or was that if you wanted to watch it all at once instead of waiting week to week?
                I just don't like the fact that if someone wants to watch this they have to subscribe to Showtime. I think its just another example of how boxing as a business advertises mainly to itself rather then trying to connect with new and former fans of the sport. I dunno I might be wrong, The Last Dance was wildly popular and that was on Netflix, another pay to watch network.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by anonymous2.0 View Post

                  I just don't like the fact that if someone wants to watch this they have to subscribe to Showtime. I think its just another example of how boxing as a business advertises mainly to itself rather then trying to connect with new and former fans of the sport. I dunno I might be wrong, The Last Dance was wildly popular and that was on Netflix, another pay to watch network.
                  Sh^t bruh thats how everything is going. There are a sh^tton of streaming networks out there now. I think that ship has sailed. Sh^ts always findable for free somewhere doe.

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