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> PPV Fights That Had No Business Being PPV, Meaning on Paper, There Was No Excuse For Them As PPV
Jack 1000
post Feb 1 2013, 04:29 PM
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I don't mean a good fight on paper that bombed as a PPV. I mean any list of fights that was PPV that should have been free over-the-air, standard-cable, or at least HBO or Showtime:

My Top Are (Off the top of my head)

1.) Tyson-McNeely
2.) Tyson-Seldon
3.) Delahoya-Campos
4.) Hopkins-Dawson I
5.) Butterbean Fights
6.) Cedric Kershner's "Heavyweight Explosion" cards. (More like heavyweight exploitation!) LOL!

Sure there are tons more! List them!

Jack
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bnoles4life
post Feb 2 2013, 09:02 PM
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Hopkins/Dawson I.....wasn't that PPV?
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post Feb 6 2013, 07:52 PM
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QUOTE (bnoles4life @ Feb 2 2013, 09:02 PM) *
Hopkins/Dawson I.....wasn't that PPV?

Yep, and I ordered it. The way the main event ended, killed the whole vibe. It actually had some decent scraps, but it could've easily been one of those PPV-like Golden Boy cards that usually airs on Showtime.

Malignaggi vs Lora
D. Garcia vs Holt
Linares vs DeMarco
Hopkins vs Dawson

As boring as that Saturday evening was, it was worth the buck. Lol
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