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Oh do fuck off
My word that is shit.
The cheeky cunt hasn't even got the common courtesy to buy a world title like Eddie & AJ did to make it look a little bit less of a piss take putting him on PPV for every fight when he doesn't even deserve to be now
I mean what the FUCK has Junior ever done? This fucking sport at times man, seriously, fucking fuck right off
Interestingly it's at Super Middle.. Quinlan knocked out Daniel Geale earlier in the year.
I'd like a @Rob list on PPV's and ranking them accordingly. From Tyson Bruno onward.
This is truly awful. It wouldn't even have much fanfare as an undercard fight.
well here is the big return back to terrestrial tv everyone has been going on about. well fuck me. this is just fucking awful.
Can't see this causing Eddie any sleepless nights....
They're massively overvaluing his popularity here, this will bomb.
Just bizarre. Eubank Jr has been listening to his Dad too much if he thinks he sells PPVs against this guy.
Yeah, the ITV and BT involvement sounds good in principle, but the concern is it just means more and more PPV's.. (That said, this would be on a Joshua undercard anyway, so I guess no difference)
Be lucky to do more than 10,000 buys and ITV will pull out of boxing immediately.
Renold Quinlan said: “I’m not scared of anyone, I’ll take on the best when ever and where ever. I don’t want to just be Australia’s greatest boxer; I want to be the world’s best.
I think I'm getting a migraine coming on.
Erm the IBO Super Middleweight belt is on the line here.
Even with this shoehorned into adverts on Corrie, no cunt is gonna be interested enough to throw £15 at it. A lead up on ITV4 to build before the main event. Can see this being like HayeDay 1 and 2. But rather than a couple of million people watching, about 20k.
'Promoter Richard Poxon...'
Ah, now things are making more sense...
It does less than 1,000 buys.
Surely it would do much better on regular ITV?Don't understand the logic at all, you'd imagine it will bomb, I'd be surprised if the numbers hit 10k.