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Old 09-13-2017, 06:18 AM #7
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Not sure where you came up with $300 million. You might as well say $500 million.
It's some cheap PR you read from people with an interest in making you believe something great was happening so you'd buy it.
He may have gotten $100 million. The backend, which as you may have noticed still has not been officially announced, went almost all to the promoter, William Morris Endeavor/UFC.
Of the $100 million he owes 50% to the IRS right off the bat. He also has $30 million in taxes due, to which a massive daily interest was being applied.
massive daily interest was being applied.
He went home with $20 million. As he declared in the letter to the IRS begging them not to kick him out of his house, all his assets were highly illiquid, ie jewelry, cars, accessories, and other cheap material garbage.
The so-called history you refer to is comical. It is created for lightweight thinkers, who are frankly and sadly compliant to the deception. 50-0 is history? Joe Calzaghe retired undefeated too, as did others. He beat Marciano's record? Marciano was a heavyweight, frankly the only division that matters, since as Tyson used to say, "I challenge any man from bantamweight to heavyweight."
No businessman, or man with a quarter brain, leaves the $50-$100 million (maybe even a bit more) on the table for 36 minutes of boxing.
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