|09-08-2012, 02:21 AM||#11|
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I agree about the part where the best should fight the best.
There should be an organisation in which the audience can demand fights within a certain weight division and if a fighter declines; he's stripped of the title.
It would give power to the audience, generate popularity = PPV sales ++++
|09-08-2012, 02:49 AM||#12|
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UFC probably has more idiot and/or drunkard fans than boxing has idiot and/or drunkard fans at least..
|09-08-2012, 02:52 AM||#13|
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Look at Broner. He's calling out all the big boys out there, yet we're hearing that he's going to fight another bum in his next fight.
These people in the business will never going to give what fans want.
|09-08-2012, 03:51 AM||#15|
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how many time I have heard that term, but still boxing is having success in countries outside USA, before in the Philippines it was almost dead and any venture in boxing usually ended in monetary loss but now their is a resurgence and people are actually earning money from the boxing business as the local networks are sponsoring the events...
I say boxing, may have been down several times but it always beats the 10 count and comes back slugging...
|09-08-2012, 04:41 AM||#18|
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