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Old 05-23-2019, 04:18 AM #145
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Originally Posted by Eff Pandas View Post
DAZN just needs to get out the checkbook & write a bigger number on it this time & it seems doable.

Kinda hate the 2 fight deal doe. Although in fairness if the first fight sucks I imagine all sides will have some agreement in place to not pursue a rematch. Plus it likely means one of the belts gets stripped so even after we have a undisputed champion it'll be short lived cuz the ABC Groups got jokes.

If Wilder & DAZN agree to terms watch Ruiz beat Joshua out of the f#cking blue or Joshua tear something & is out for 8 months or some sh^t & f#ck up this fight from happening next or something.
Honestly... I think the checkbook option is now basically dead, tbh; the view count on Wilder's KO from the formal CBS Sports social media screen was over 10 million views within the day, with CBS Sports, FS1, ESPN, and even NBC and non-sports platforms committing time/energy/space to hype Wilder.

Assuming Joshua doesn't **** the bed next Saturday, Wilder-Joshua will blow by the 2m PPV buys of the biggest heavyweight fight ever and maybe even give Mayweather-Pacquiao a run.

Wilder already walked away from $40m on a feeling; what do you expect the stick number to be now that his feeling may turn out to be right?

Beyond that, the US/UK split is probably just talk; Anthony Joshua isn't going to cut the pie by two thirds in the name of taking the fight home.
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