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  • RJJ-94-02=GOAT
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    Don’t be surprised if BOXXER one day becomes the biggest promoter in the UK. Sky made Eddie, not the other way round.

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  • Fact
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    To all the readers, this is the most important part of the article: "BOXXER aims to challenge traditions with a new approach to boxing promotion and Sky Sports and BOXXER will work collaboratively including with other promoters to bring elite fighters to Sky Sports Boxing with a modern approach to the sport."

    Sky will work with many UK promoters now instead of feeding and funding a giant snake like Edward Hearn who bit them in the back. Sky's propaganda was instrumental in making every silly fight by Hearn being sold as PPV, so they can do the same thing now but give chance to other small promoters in the UK and no single promoter will become huge and then bite them back.

    Quite clever strategy by Sky sports and this will be a better option for everyone: promoters, boxers, viewers and Sky themselves.

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  • Robbie Barrett
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    Originally posted by Fact View Post
    So Sky will work with many promoters now, Sky realises the monster in Hearn which they created by signing an exclusive deal with him and using their entire force for matchroom propaganda which finally bit them in the Asss.
    Wrong. Exclusivity with Sky was only for UK fights. They could have made a deal with Top Rank anytime they wanted.

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  • Fact
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    So Sky will work with many promoters now, Sky realises the monster in Hearn which they created by signing an exclusive deal with him and using their entire force for matchroom propaganda which finally bit them in the Asss.

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  • Comments Thread For: Sky Sports Finalizes Content Partnerships With Top Rank, BOXXER

    Sky Sports has outlined the next phase of its 30-year association with the sport of boxing, bringing two new partnerships both in the UK and internationally, with the deals running through 2025.
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