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  • #31
    Originally posted by cushtytaz View Post

    To be fair, it was a funny and accurate comment that he made.

    Fury-Wilder delivering a blockbuster for the ages on a PPV in Vegas vs a mickey mouse app is no comparison. There's levels to this game.
    Fury/Wilder the third time round is not really worth $70 more than AJ/Usyk though is it? even with a better undercard. It takes some blind loyalty/bias as a fan to be happy about paying vastly more money to watch a fight.

    Personally I was more interested in AJ/Usyk at this point because it was a fresh match up. I wanted to see what Usyk could do at that level and expected him to be AJs best opponent since Wlad. Whereas Fury/Wilder had already been definitively settled after two fights and was becoming an obstacle to unification more than anything.

    You say theres levels to the game but Fury/Wilder 3 is only a marginally bigger fight than AJ/Usyk really. And Vegas for boxing doesnt mean much in 2021 tbh, boxing is nowhere near as big as it used to be in the US. It mostly just means its on in the early hours of the morning for a lot of the world, including the UK where theres probably more people actually interested in the fight than in America.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by cushtytaz View Post

      It's funny because it's so true.

      Cant help but think Hearn is regretting getting on board with that tinpot mickey mouse app.
      Are Dazn really the ones to blame? They gave Hearn a lot of investment for him to put on fights people in the US wanted to see, and he hasn't done a good job of that.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post

        Lol are you honestly so biased against/for promoters and promotions that you are fine with an $80 price tag to see Fury/Wilder for the third time because its a super fight (it really isnt and arguably never was) while laughing at AJ/Usyk being part of a $10 a month subscription? really?
        It was definitely a super fight, you Matchroom fanboys are so salty man.

        I’m fine with AJ-Usyk being 25 as well. I bought it. I’m not biased whatsoever, I sh** all over Tank-Romero being on PPV also or any other sh**** PPV that just represents greed from promoters and networks.

        I just don’t wanna see domestic level fighters like Chisora on PPV. Is that really so biased?

        PPV should be for quality matchups, not the sh** Hearn regularly serves up cause casual morons like yourself buy them, I bet you’re gonna buy Whyte-Wallin aren’t you.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Clegg View Post

          Are Dazn really the ones to blame? They gave Hearn a lot of investment for him to put on fights people in the US wanted to see, and he hasn't done a good job of that.
          Hearn is clearly to blame, but DAZN were very, very naive to give multimillions to a guy who’d never made a big fight outside of the UK.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by TMLT87 View Post

            Fury/Wilder the third time round is not really worth $70 more than AJ/Usyk though is it? even with a better undercard. It takes some blind loyalty/bias as a fan to be happy about paying vastly more money to watch a fight.

            Personally I was more interested in AJ/Usyk at this point because it was a fresh match up. I wanted to see what Usyk could do at that level and expected him to be AJs best opponent since Wlad. Whereas Fury/Wilder had already been definitively settled after two fights and was becoming an obstacle to unification more than anything.

            You say theres levels to the game but Fury/Wilder 3 is only a marginally bigger fight than AJ/Usyk really. And Vegas for boxing doesnt mean much in 2021 tbh, boxing is nowhere near as big as it used to be in the US. It mostly just means its on in the early hours of the morning for a lot of the world, including the UK where theres probably more people actually interested in the fight than in America.
            This is the typical mentality of somebody who doesn’t attend fights and only follows boxing though his television.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by BangEM View Post
              This toothless RRJ phagggot is obsessed with AJ.
              You saying somebody else is obsessed with AJ is so f***ing ironic.

              Certified nonce…

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              • #37
                Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post

                It was definitely a super fight, you Matchroom fanboys are so salty man.

                I’m fine with AJ-Usyk being 25 as well. I bought it. I’m not biased whatsoever, I sh** all over Tank-Romero being on PPV also or any other sh**** PPV that just represents greed from promoters and networks.

                I just don’t wanna see domestic level fighters like Chisora on PPV. Is that really so biased?

                PPV should be for quality matchups, not the sh** Hearn regularly serves up cause casual morons like yourself buy them, I bet you’re gonna buy Whyte-Wallin aren’t you.
                Now now no need to be rude. I wont be buying Whyte/Wallin and I agree Chisora is not PPV main event worthy. I just thought it was funny that you've whined about PPV before but now think 79.99 to watch an out of shape Fury fight someone who won like 3 rounds of a combined 19 against him in the previous two fights is great.

                I disagree that its a superfight, a superfight to me is the biggest possible fight in a division, two guys who have been on a collision course with each other. Fury/Wilder never was that, it was the third biggest possible combination of AJ/WIlder/Fury.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by BangEM View Post

                  Let’s be honest, his handlers were scared. A guy who had 45 fights without fighting a puncher shows what they really think of him.
                  Most def. and they cherry picked the gypsy king would they thought was totally wrecked and finished

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                  • #39


                    Resident toothless nonce with extremely low IQ calling me a certified nonce - can’t make this up.

                    You’re an obsessed bum.

                    Anyway, have you started taking geography classes?

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by Clegg View Post

                      Are Dazn really the ones to blame? They gave Hearn a lot of investment for him to put on fights people in the US wanted to see, and he hasn't done a good job of that.
                      Hearn’s biggest problem before he toned it down recently is the fact that he’s a spoilt and arrogant silver spoon wanker who doesn’t understand diplomacy. And he basically thought money could fix everything. But these are professionals in the most masculinity sport and you can’t just just disrespect people as a promoter and think money would solve it.

                      But can you blame him when he never had to work hard for anything in his life and even his success as a promoter was by virtue of a boxer destined to be a megastar falling on his lap. He also wanted to act like boxer by living vicariously through his megastar when he isn’t the one taking all the punches in the head.

                      If he had gone to the US market in a humble way whilst using diplomacy - with the type of budget DAZN gave - conquering the US would’ve been easy. All he needed to do was build bridges and let the money take care of the rest. The guy ruined a lot of things and once the DAZN cheques stop - I doubt he’ll last that long in the sport.

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