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Comments Thread For: Gervonta Davis-Mario Barrios: Showtime Pay-Per-View Price Set At $74.99 For Card

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  • sherdog
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    PPV model is dead.

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  • SplitSecond
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    These ass-holes are flagrant.

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  • Bandman
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    best i can do is $0 .. take it or leave it

    they should pay fans to watch this

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  • -TAKEOVER-
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    Lmao imagine paying 70 for a fixed fight.

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  • Brother Mouzone
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    Originally posted by kiaba360 View Post

    Ten years ago, this probably would've been a HBO/SHO Championship main-event. Now with the inflation of purses and the desperation of promoters/networks to crown new stars, the consumer is asked to purchase these experiments.

    If this is a PPV, why can't Porter/Thurman 2 be one as well? Porter/Thurman 1 was on free cable, but I seriously doubt that'll happen again.
    Yeah mane PPV been watered down like MFer ......

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  • Brother Mouzone
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    70$ .................................................. ..Will watch on stream ..

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  • Curt Henning
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    Originally posted by kiaba360 View Post

    Ten years ago, this probably would've been a HBO/SHO Championship main-event. Now with the inflation of purses and the desperation of promoters/networks to crown new stars, the consumer is asked to purchase these experiments.

    If this is a PPV, why can't Porter/Thurman 2 be one as well? Porter/Thurman 1 was on free cable, but I seriously doubt that'll happen again.
    all i really know are two things here

    1. haymon and espinoza are successful in this business

    2. haymon has dropped a few ppvs that people thought he had 0 business making a ppv...yet continues to do so...so he must know something....not saying that its all good...maybe nobody wants to pay for these fights so he has to try to make them ppv...i dunno....but he know something

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  • PRchamp
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    Bet it sells over 300k hahaha those showtime Ppv numbers are always accurate.

    pulling for Barrios to pull the upset in this one and the sad thing is not a lot of people will witness it live. $70 is too much for a fight this caliber. Espinoza,Haymon,Ellerbe and Mayweather trying to hard to make this kid a boxing star and he just isn’t it. You can’t be a boxing star if you can’t even speak for yourself and have to have guys like Mayweather and Ellerbe speak for you.

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  • JaBfromTokyo
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    Originally posted by dannnnn View Post
    $70 for a fight I probably won't even bother streaming...

    At this rate is it any wonder that MMA is starting to take over?
    Foolish comment with absolutely no backing.

    MMA? You mean the same sport that literally has a PPV EVERY MONTH on ESPN with a musical chair “headliner”. Where this “headliner” ends up being a co-main or on the undercards just months later? The UFC has 12 PPVs per year, and they are so desperately lacking in stars, that sometimes you get fringe contenders, hopeful hype jobs, or aging wonders forced to headline.

    At this rate, the ignorance of this board has reached an all time high.

    This is a huge test for Tank against a vicious young puncher in Barrios who is already big for 140. ontop of that there is Lubin vs Rosario on the card.

    Keep spewing garbage, you look great doing it.

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  • Ajvar
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    Hahaha. Davis is not hated enough so people would buy his fights against bigger fighters.

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