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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!

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post Feb 6 2013, 08:08 PM
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Right about now, since the others have been listed, my worst buck ever spent on PPV cards were:

RJJ/Lacy (yeah I ordered it, lol) - Not sure why I ordered that fight
Pavlik/Rubio and Cotto/Jennings (split card) - terrible card...it was pretty much comeback fights for Cotto and Pavlik, since they got their asses handed to them in '08.
Pacquiao/Mosley - I only liked the Vazquez/Arce fight
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