Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Comments Thread For: Josh Taylor vs. Khongsong: Sampson Boxing Outbids Top Rank

Collapse
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • #31
    Originally posted by Oldskoolg View Post
    Sampson boxing is affiliated with Al Haymon and PBC if Iím not mistaken.....does this mean we will be seeing it on Showtime International?
    Originally posted by MasterPlan View Post
    This gonna end up in Showtime.
    ESPN Plus. They'll more than likely stage the fight in Scotland and have Bob buy the U.S. rights and put it on ESPN plus.

    Comment


    • #32
      He got some prior issues with Arum or something? Sampson also saying today hes come to a deal with Hearn to do Campbell/Fortuna on a Matchroom USA card.

      Comment


      • #33
        Originally posted by WBC WBA IBF View Post
        al haymon strikes again
        This has nothing to do with Haymon. Sampson just signed this guy a couple of weeks ago. Even if he wins he has no value to Haymon or PBC because this is the 140 division where they don't have any of the top fighters.

        Comment


        • #34
          Originally posted by Randall Cunning View Post
          He got some prior issues with Arum or something? Sampson also saying today hes come to a deal with Hearn to do Campbell/Fortuna on a Matchroom USA card.
          Arum tried to steal Benavidez from him. But Sampson just signed this guy not to long ago. I think he's trying to get in the 140 game.

          Comment


          • #35
            Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
            Arum tried to steal Benavidez from him. But Sampson just signed this guy not to long ago. I think he's trying to get in the 140 game.
            Im suspecting it may be part of a UK PBC PPV with either Charlo/Eubank Jr or Callum Smith/Benavidez. The fight loses money unless its a PPV in the UK, and its a hell of a hard sell as a standalone PPV.

            Comment


            • #36
              Originally posted by Bob Haymon View Post
              What's Gaymon got to do with anything?
              Where do u think Sampson got the funding?

              Sign the fighter and then call for a purse bid and beat Top Rank.

              Thats a power move, by a powerhorse. That powerhorse is PBC/Haymon.

              Comment


              • #37
                Originally posted by Motorcity Cobra View Post
                ESPN Plus. They'll more than likely stage the fight in Scotland and have Bob buy the U.S. rights and put it on ESPN plus.
                Of what benefit would that be to outbid him for it to be put in his lap again....

                Comment


                • #38
                  Originally posted by Randall Cunning View Post
                  Im suspecting it may be part of a UK PBC PPV with either Charlo/Eubank Jr or Callum Smith/Benavidez. The fight loses money unless its a PPV in the UK, and its a hell of a hard sell as a standalone PPV.
                  Thatís more how I see it, a PBC ppv for the British especially the scots

                  Comment


                  • #39
                    Originally posted by lolpz View Post
                    Where do u think Sampson got the funding?

                    Sign the fighter and then call for a purse bid and beat Top Rank.

                    Thats a power move, by a powerhorse. That powerhorse is PBC/Haymon.
                    Truth but why even waste time with a kid using ďgaymonĒ for someone heís never even seen talk

                    Comment


                    • #40
                      Originally posted by lolpz View Post
                      Where do u think Sampson got the funding?

                      Sign the fighter and then call for a purse bid and beat Top Rank.

                      Thats a power move, by a powerhorse. That powerhorse is PBC/Haymon.
                      So we can expect this fight to be on a PBC broadcast?

                      Comment

                      Working...
                      X
                      TOP