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  • Skinny kinny
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    Originally posted by Young Bidness View Post
    PBC ainít doing well. Their affiliates need every bit of article hits to convince the American fight fan that DAZN isnít doing well.

    We are at a turn of a new century where the best boxing promoter is British running business on American soil. Of course Hauser and others would feel defensive of the old defacto shifting differently. The truth is if Matchroom USA continues to do well and establish itself as brand that new gen American boxers might want to go to, and DAZN is accelerating.

    Blame the LDBC and PBc shills for this effect. The karma came back to bite.
    i am an American and I have DAZN and like it. I plan to keep it if they donít jack up the price too much more. Itís cool 😎 I got it because I like boxing. I have espn + and I watch pbc on fox and I have showtime. I had no idea that DAZN was in the process of storming the USA coast and conquering us. Who knew? And the whole reason for the brutal conquest was to destroy some medium sized US minority owned business and keep black people and other minorities from talking on the internet
    . Who knew? I thought they just wanted us to watch boxing on an app and pay for it. Damn stupid me

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  • MC Hammer
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    Hauser repeats that DAZN had the best boxing content all year using examples like the WBSS (a good one), Canelo's 2 fights (neither really entertaining), Joshua Ruiz (nothing spectacular, but the upset made it worthwhile) and, I kid you not, "KSI vs. Logan Paul was a bonus.". Compared to Hurd-Williams, Kowanacki-Arreola, Jack vs Pascal, Spence v Porter, Harrison vs Charlo, Pacquioa-Thurman, and the Wilder's meme creating KO's, I'm not seeing it. Hell Rigo's last fight was more entertaining than most of dazns.

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  • Skinny kinny
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    Originally posted by OctoberRed View Post
    What I found interesting was the bit in there, that DAZN owns 40% of Matchroom USA. I never knew that.
    well yeah he used their money to sign the USA guys.

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  • Motorcity Cobra
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    Originally posted by MDPopescu View Post
    ... PBC is only targeting boxing in the U.S. ...
    ... DAZN claims it's after the "major sports" in the U.S.
    ... what's so complicated???...
    What rights?

    DAZN Chairman John Skipper Confirms DAZN Wanted NFL Sunday Ticket, but Itís No Longer an Option

    https://thestreamable.com/news/dazn-...nger-an-option

    SEC on CBSí Coming to End, Likely Moving to ESPN/ABC
    https://fanbuzz.com/college-football...l-leaving-cbs/

    Those are the two major rights deals up for grabs. They might get a lower tier college football package that they'll overpay for and the price of DAZN will rise to $250 a year

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  • Motorcity Cobra
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    Jacobs vs Chavez card was $10 million dollars. The Mikey vs Vargas card is going to be another $10 mil or more card. That's a good card but it's not a $10 mil card. More like $3 mil card.

    Sure they've put on good cards but they can't continue to pay what they're paying per card and survive. So there are two options. Continue paying what they're paying and fail. Pay reasonable market rates and have ****tier cards.

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  • Verus
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    The Bottom Line

    Given the unrelenting pace of technological change, streaming information in the form of entertainment, science or anything else that matters is the future. Cable and other landlines are on their way out like the cassette and 8 track tape player of yesteryear. But that does not mean that DAZN itself has much of a future in its present form.

    The current DAZN particular business model, at least as it pertains to boxing, it deeply flawed. Couple that with bone head moves by folks running DAZN's programming and you have serious problems. They need to bring in boxing savvy and technological savvy folks to run it. I hope DAZN can get their act together, but I have canceled my subscription and will not renew until they replace the current Keystone Kops with a better management team or if these folks improve significantly.

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  • Liondw
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    Dazn do seem to have so much money, but it's hard to see where their profit will come from. They are losing millions by overpaying fighters and very few interesting fights happening. The bottomless pit of money is actually not so.

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  • Buggy bear
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    Hauser has it right , no question, Hearn maybe getting richer but all that travelling and stress of keeping people happy and not sleeping at night knowing he's had to shaft some honourable people to move forward must have a payback somewhere .. someone amongst all these greedy people will lose their shirt for sure ..

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  • Shadoww702
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    Wow! When I look at fights or fighters I want to see the last thing I do is say I’m boycotting pbc, ESPN, or DAZN because I don’t like the promoters.

    I give two shts about the promoters. If it’s a fight I want to watch I’m gonna go to it or watch it somewhere.

    I like boxers from ALL three of them.

    I support the BOXERS ONLY

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  • _Rexy_
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    Originally posted by STREET CLEANER View Post
    They are putting on the fights people want to watch. I know they have to impact the market in over paying so they can continue to attract customers but I hope they don't bankrupt before they stabilize some more.
    It's true, I can't tell you how excited I was for Chavez Jr/Jacobs.

    Logan Paul/KSI FOTD!

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