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  • #21
    Triller's got money because they short others.

    Label accuses social startup of "shamefully" holding back payments for rights.

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    • #22
      Triller is being a disruptor in the boxing space.

      Did I say that right, is that the proper business school jargon?

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      • #23
        lol. I see a lot of Haymonite PBC kids happy for Triller yet they swore against DAZN because it housed ODH (“the racist email grup”) against Haymon and wanted its downfall. Now these same kids are happy to say it will be successful and moving traction because it has Oscar and potentially GBP. These same idiots said “apps don’t work.”

        let me fill you in on how business works you clowns!

        First, Triller is nowhere near the app power technology nor has the capital like DAZN. They are a niche “sporting app” SPECIFICALLY for exhibition celebrity matchups from various markets, music, YouTube, etc. Their niche are spectacle matchups that are intriguing to casuals, not purist sports fans. Of course Oscar wants to hint at Triller for his funny fallout with DAZN. DAZN wouldn’t host an ODH fight return.

        DAZN started this YouTube vs YouTuber type culture as a bonus for a niche. However, the problem with Triller is its cost or the investment guarantees they would give fighters. Anything Triller would want to do DAZN could easily copy and do a sub brand, but DAZN are committed to real sports.

        again, the Haymonite theorists need to lay off the flaming hot Cheetos and codeine sprite drinks.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by Ray* View Post

          The more the better for the boxers, the boxers just need to be business smart, don’t let someone talk you out of what you are worth.

          Look at Team Teo Lopez and how they made boss moves, then look at someone like Davis, Charlo, Kownacki, Ortiz or Wilder. How they were all talked out of making millions. These boxers are plain dumb.

          Lopez showed you can be a boxer, have the right people behind or around you, who aren’t using you for their own business interests. Hence why his next fight would be for more money, on a different platform and why he was able to know that his own promoter was trying to sabotage his purse bid.
          Hopefully, the days of top fighters being tied up in long term contracts with promoters and networks will soon be over. They can go wherever the best fights and the biggest paydays are to be found at any given time. That has got to be good for the fans and the sport as a whole, not just for the fighters themselves.
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          • #25
            Triller really has managed to throw a monkey wrench in the boxing world. They’re definitely gonna shake things up if they manage to get someone like Pac, Canelo, Floyd etc. for an event. Like someone else said, they’re attracting casuals and the youth to boxing
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            • #26
              Originally posted by Oldskoolg View Post

              Pbc isn’t a network though and over the last decade plus had been affiliated with Showtime through the Mayweather deal. ESPN had boxing on Friday night fights and before that USA network had Tuesday night fights. ESPN, FOX, Showtime can all work together as long as the money is big enough for a return on investment and what’s what we have seen with Mayweather vs pac and wilder vs fury. The odd man out of course is dayzin whixh is totally operated by a foreign company with foreign goals
              This could open up a whole new dimension of duckery! "I ain't fighting him, he's got foreign goals"


              In the context of boxing, how exactly would you define a foreign goal?
              Last edited by kafkod; 04-14-2021, 12:57 PM.

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              • #27
                Triller, bringing you the best exhibition and youtuber fights ever. Hopefully, they'll make big fights, not the ridiculous Lopez-Kambosos bout.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by KTFOKING View Post


                  Boom! There you have it. Now they have a platform to put on boxing and MMA cards without putting everything on PPV. There have been a lot of rumors of GBP not being pleased with DAZN and vice versa and looks like we know where GBP will be heading if they get out of their DAZN deal.

                  Excited to see what Triller does here. They certainly are spending big right now and want to get in the combat sports field.
                  This is still a PPV service, is it not?

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by BigZ44 View Post

                    This is still a PPV service, is it not?
                    No, it's a streaming service. I believe it costs $5 dollars a month.
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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by kafkod View Post

                      Hopefully, the days of top fighters being tied up in long term contracts with promoters and networks will soon be over. They can go wherever the best fights and the biggest paydays are to be found at any given time. That has got to be good for the fans and the sport as a whole, not just for the fighters themselves.
                      Long term promotional contracts are a cancer no doubt, but IMO it's the network exclusive deals that have killed the sport more. Would be fine with numerous promotions if the networks took everything to purse bid and the highest offer hosts the fight.

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