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Old 09-22-2017, 07:05 PM #30
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Originally Posted by Diegosome1 View Post
He's the A side but you're nuts if you think Golovkin didn't help the number
Of course he helped you need an opponent with a combination of name and who you can sell as a threat to beat you to sell PPVs. Saying Canelo drew 300K with smith as a knock is like trying to laugh at Mayweather drawing 400K with berto. Similar fights against guys that NOBODY else could get away with fighting on PPV and still they did double and triple other guys doing in their career best PPVs. But these numbers just like the chavez numbers are first and foremost about Canelo he has TWO 1 mil PPV fights this year, one had nothing to do with GGG. Chavez drew 400K buys at the peak of his popularity against sergio and his last fight was on Bein Sports Espanol before he fought Canelo. GGG last fight did anywhere between 110-170K PPVs and that's his career high before he fought Canelo. One person is clearly the common denominator and has already sold monster PPV numbers before fighting either guy and it ain't GGG. He helped but it's about Canelo.
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