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  • #71
    Originally posted by Jsmooth9876 View Post
    So almost another 250k viewers were gonna come strolling in at some point?
    Yep. Switching from the NBA playoffs to the fight in between commercials. You don't watch two things at once?

    He gained about that from the co-main to his fight

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    • #72
      Originally posted by sicko View Post
      This forum has gone to complete sh#t most of you are not boxing fans at all

      Fans don't root against their own sport they calm to love. Boxing has its issues across the board and reading this forum you see exactly why this sport continues to fall behind MMA and other sports

      Strong Numbers for Showtime, I'm sure they're extremely happy with their "Little Ratings" given that their #1 Original Programming don't even peak that high.

      I Swear some of you was just praising 600K Views for Canelo vs Jacobs in the US alone which was suppose to be a BIG FIGHT! You also had Some Wilder fans saying 600K wasn't good so you're all a Bunch of WEIRDOS! Lets see what AJ vs Ruiz numbers look like here in a couple of weeks if they even release them. Remember the standard you have set and be Men enough to not double back off of those standards after you laughed at 900+K views Peak

      Mayweather and Pacquiao ERA has created some of the dumbest fans this sport has ever seen and I'm not even joking!
      You're not lying lol.

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      • #73
        Originally posted by Frankie2Jabs View Post
        Hey Mr. Fannon,

        How’s your appeal to Youtube regarding 78 and his demonetization? You’re the LDBC advisor correct? DaNeutral.


        Never even heard of it before until you started crying about it definitely need to check this lions den thing that got your knickers in a twist

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        • #74
          Originally posted by SchoolTheseCats View Post
          Where are you getting these 48million off subscriptions when you can either take 20 bucks route or 99 bucks route and fight only did 1.2mil worldwide? Plus dazn didn’t release how many new subscribers they received from fight so safe to say you just pulling $h1t out your a$$
          “Subscriptions” vs PPV

          With the ongoing narrative of versus PPV... or that nobody has asked ret@arded questions like yours, you think “for Canelo vs Jacobs” refers to subs before? You think markets from “worldwide” accept payment in dollar or euro or plastic coins?

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          • #75
            Originally posted by Phenom View Post


            Never even heard of it before until you started crying about it definitely need to check this lions den thing that got your knickers in a twist
            Liars Den? Crying Den?

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            • #76
              Originally posted by killakali View Post
              They even added the Sunday replay and still only got to 1.1 million lol.
              This is bs hack reporters with a agenda do when the Nielsen ratings come back shytty. Well if you the take the peak, add Sunday replays, and streaming, then add YouTube views, etc.

              Notice how boxingscene which is owned by CBS which owns Showtime has suddenly decided to only include the peak numbers in the article titles even though that number is irrelevant and for years boxingscene articles all had the actual Nielsen ratings in their title. But PBC ratings so bad that if you look at the Nielsen ratings and compare it to other program same Nielsen ratings you see how bad they are. So now it's peak ratings and Sunday replays, ondemand added all that up meanwhile in the same article when he mentions the NBA ratings he only mentions their normal Nielsen tv rating?? LMAO

              Showtime’s telecast of Wilder-Breazeale aired at the same time as Game 3 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. That game, which Golden State came back to win against Portland, drew an average of 7,247,000 viewers, the second-highest viewership ESPN ever has attracted for an NBA conference final game.


              See after jumping through all those hoops to inflate the Showtime ratings he compared then to NBA but doesn't tell you NBA's peak ratings which miight of hit over 10M viewers or the amount of viewers who streamed on ESPN app on top of the 7.2M who watched on linear TV or the amount on top of that that viewers the Sunday replay or watched on demand. If you play that game with the NBA you probably at like 15M total viewers and shows how terrible doing all those tricks just to get to 1M viewers with smoke and mirrors.

              You do that to hide a fight that did the Wilder fight did 791K viewers according nielsen just like NBA did 7.2M per same nielsen ratings. The rest is spin city it's almost getting comical to see the creative ways boxingscene articles can find ways to dance and fluff bad ratings every week it's becoming a art form. Worst tv ratings then each of Wilders last 2 Showtime fights despite him coming off his biggest fight and first PPV.
              Last edited by bigdunny1; 05-21-2019, 05:08 PM.

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              • #77
                Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
                Yep. Switching from the NBA playoffs to the fight in between commercials. You don't watch two things at once?

                He gained about that from the co-main to his fight

                The fight was the lead on sportscenter and sports show ahead of NBA playoffs game trending higher all night too

                That is really impressive for this type of a fight

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                • #78
                  The guy below your quote, “Phenom,” whom goes by Fannon International in the LDBC said that Canelo Jacobs was going to tank because it was up against so many other sports programs during the time slot...

                  Originally posted by bigdunny1 View Post
                  This is bs hack reporters with a agenda do when the Nielsen ratings come back shytty. Well if you the take the peak, add Sunday replays, and streaming, then add YouTube views, etc.

                  Notice how boxingscene which is owned by CBS which owns Showtime has suddenly decided to only include the peak numbers in the article titles even though that number is irrelevant and for years boxingscene articles all had the actual Nielsen ratings in their title. But PBC ratings so bad that if you look at the Nielsen ratings and compare it to other program same Nielsen ratings you see how bad they are. So now it's peak ratings and Sunday replays, ondemand added all that up meanwhile in the same article when he mentions the NBA ratings he only mentions their normal Nielsen tv rating?? LMAO

                  Showtime’s telecast of Wilder-Breazeale aired at the same time as Game 3 of the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. That game, which Golden State came back to win against Portland, drew an average of 7,247,000 viewers, the second-highest viewership ESPN ever has attracted for an NBA conference final game.


                  See after jumping through all those hoops to inflate the Showtime ratings he compared then to NBA but doesn't tell you NBA's peak ratings which miight of hit over 10M viewers or the amount of viewers who streamed on ESPN app on top of the 7.2M who watched on linear TV or the amount on top of that that viewers the Sunday replay or watched on demand. If you play that game with the NBA you probably at like 15M total viewers and shows how terrible doing all those tricks just to get to 1M viewers with smoke and mirrors.

                  You do that to hide a fight that did the Wilder fight did 791K viewers according nielsen just like NBA did 7.2M per same nielsen ratings. The rest is spin city it's almost getting comical to see the creative ways boxingscene articles can find ways to dance and fluff bad ratings every week it's becoming a art form. Worst tv ratings then each of Wilders last 2 Showtime fights despite him coming off his biggest fight and first PPV.
                  Originally posted by Phenom View Post
                  The fight was the lead on sportscenter and sports show ahead of NBA playoffs game trending higher all night too

                  That is really impressive for this type of a fight

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                  • #79
                    Originally posted by bigdunny1 View Post
                    Good Keith Idec at it again. Since when do we combine Nielsen ratings with streaming numbers? Let alone combine that with ondemand replays? It was bad enough his article where he quoted FOX peak numbers then mentioned nothing but the normal TV avg numbers when comparing to the the competition FOX was up against. This is some serious bogus reporting. The number that is most important is the avg viewers because the peak numbers could literally be 30 seconds of the broadcast. And when other fights and events that are on TV are quoted and mentioned we look at the Nielsen ratings to compare them. But when PBC numbers suck get good ol Keith Idec to spit shine and take peak numbers and all kinds of there BS to add on top of the numbers to try and spin them as not that bad then a long paragraph about how they were going up against strong sports competition. Literally every week now we have to look forward to this type of reporting to try and prop up bad PBC ratings.

                    FACT these tv ratings did less then 800K viewers and were lower then each of Wilder's last 2 fights on Showtime. The fight didn't do good ratings. lol

                    Wilder vs Breazeale drew 791K viewers on saturday.
                    Undercard ratings:
                    Gary Russell drew just 505K viewers
                    Heraldez vs Mendez drew 319K viewers


                    2 previous fights on Showtime
                    Wilder vs Stiverne drew 824K viewers
                    Wilder vs Ortiz drew 1.1M viewers
                    Keith is not a reporter. He's just SHO's PR guy.

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                    • #80
                      Originally posted by James Hunt View Post
                      Funny thing, he would do better numbers on DAZN
                      Sry, but this shit is killing me...
                      So you don't know? I mean, how do you know he would do better numbers on DAZN?

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