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  • #41
    Honestly, I don't know what these numbers mean anymore. When you can watch a full fight on youtube 10 minutes after its done I'd imagine that would be a better gauge of interest. But then again that may not equate to dollars.

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    • #42
      Originally posted by bballchump11 View Post
      That's pretty terrible for a 3 belt unification involving the cash cow. And it did 1.2 million worldwide.

      Wilder is fine where he's at now.
      But but 48 million off subscriptions for Canelo Jacobs plus 8 million sales gate. Yeah thatís pretty terrible... lol...

      When Facts Smash Denialism ... cause we in dis thang mayne!

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      • #43
        Originally posted by Phenom View Post
        Lol the haters out in full force

        This will be more than AJ gets against Ruiz
        Much more.

        Iím leaving the states mid June and Joshua vs Ruiz ainít enough for me to renew my subscription through June. I repeat biggest fan in the planet but even 10 bucks is too much if the fights wack.

        Ruiz vs Joshua is terrible.

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        • #44
          Wilder is Showtime and PBC's most valuable asset. No wonder Al talked him out of DAZN.


          It seems that every time Wilder is on Showtime, he goes viral. He's been real fun to watch over the years.


          https://youtu.be/1MuMrZChYVk
          https://youtu.be/Lg2uQ1uoBJU
          https://youtu.be/m2Nummal--U
          https://youtu.be/mS4i7a-L-9M
          https://youtu.be/7xR6zKR0bTQ

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          • #45
            Originally posted by Duckweather View Post
            Damn, Shawn porter Vs ugas did better numbers
            Porter vs Ugas was not broadcast on a premium channel,
            it was broadcast on FOX, which reaches more homes than
            Showtime. Wilder appearing on FOX would generate much
            more interest and views than Porter vs Ugas did.
            Do you really not understand that? Or does it just not fit-in
            with your false narrative that Wilder is not becoming increasingly
            popular and famous? These viewership numbers
            probably double DAZN's highest-ever US ratings, and likely
            far exceed the amount of American eyes that will be watching
            Joshua vs Ruiz. You can either acknowledge Wilder's rising
            star-power, or you can cover your ears, make a high-pitched
            squealing sound, and pretend that it's not happening.

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            • #46
              A lot better than the 300K Anthony Joshua generates for Showtime.

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              • #47
                decent number for a letdown of an opponent and the fact that the fight didnt last 3 miinutes.....its a good number and he had people talking the next day big time

                wilder isnt going anywhere...hes not disappearing like these hating fgts wish he would..and his cut of an AJ fight hasnt dwindled one friggin dollar

                stay hating fgts

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                • #48
                  i got sources...wilder peaked at 97k viewers on saturday night...i got sources...lemme post about it...lol

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                  • #49
                    The fight lasted less than 3 minutes! How does it have a "peak?"

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                    • #50
                      Originally posted by Frankie2Jabs View Post
                      But but 48 million off subscriptions for Canelo Jacobs plus 8 million sales gate. Yeah thatís pretty terrible... lol...

                      When Facts Smash Denialism ... cause we in dis thang mayne!
                      The majority of that money was from $100 yearly subscriptions. They received $48 million that night, but in accounting terms, they're not doing so well. You'd expect a Canelo fight to do a lot better than that.

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