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Author:  V [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Showtime's Espinoza: There's Too Much Boxing On TV

this man can STFU.
He doesn't care about boxing.
He cares about making money from boxing.
What an asshole.

https://www.boxingscene.com/showtimes-e ... tv--144065

Author:  PrimeTime21335 [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:37 pm ]
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I thought I it would be really shitty to not have HBO and SHO dominating boxing at first. I was legit worried. Man not anymore. I have espn + and dazn and being able to watch fights any time I want is fucking great.

Innoue vs Donaire was at 7am this morning. I watched it at like 530pm like it was live. Ive also caught random boxing and mma on espn + or dazn midafternoon on saturdays too.

Then there was that beast fight where washed up Pascal KOd the young gun on some bullshit ass card on TV that nobody had any expectations for.

I could go on.

Fuck the haters boxing has been as good to us as it has ever been this year. Absolute tits and ice cream.

Author:  V [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:46 pm ]
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Right on.
Espinoza going on about the market being saturated and 300 fights a year is too much.
And talking about people tuning it not understanding what they are watching unless they are hardcore.
Sho must be taking a big hit. But fuck'em...especially fuck'em because putting this out.

Author:  5Burowz [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:57 pm ]
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Well, one of the problems is acquiescing to MMA and putting on the biggest and most highly paid boxing superstar on @ 1:30 am.

Author:  Austin_3:16 [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:59 pm ]
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i definitely miss the old HBO/Showtime boxing days. B.A.D. those classic meaningful double headers where sometimes the undercard was as significant as the main event. and i never realized how much production value meant to me until i saw what shitty production looks like. i definitely miss those boxing days.

Author:  V [ Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:16 pm ]
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Well, one of the problems is acquiescing to MMA and putting on the biggest and most highly paid boxing superstar on @ 1:30 am.


boxing has no counter for a rear-naked choke. :lol:
I said from the start if they were smart they would delay the fight that night.
I had no idea it would be that late.
But they did delay it.

Author:  E907777 [ Fri Nov 08, 2019 9:05 am ]
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i definitely miss the old HBO/Showtime boxing days. B.A.D. those classic meaningful double headers where sometimes the undercard was as significant as the main event. and i never realized how much production value meant to me until i saw what shitty production looks like. i definitely miss those boxing days.



This right fucking here. Holy shit is the production on these PBC, ESPn, and DAZN shows fucking awful.

Author:  V [ Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:04 pm ]
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YOu mean like the lights and announcers?
The show?
I think I know what you mean by production.
I don't care about that so much.
I tune in to watch the fight.
Now, rastlin' got production value. WWE and the man show soap.
There is a big difference and levels to it but I still don't care so much.
What I don't like is the show telling me what I see when I clearly see something else.

Author:  Austin_3:16 [ Fri Nov 08, 2019 7:14 pm ]
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just basically all the side stuff thats not the actual fight. I didn't care either when i took it for granted i guess. but it stands out like a motherfucker when its as bad as it is, like E90 said, on all the fucking networks. none of them have good production like Showtime does and HBO did.

Author:  Icecold323 [ Fri Nov 08, 2019 11:27 pm ]
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It has taken away the older generation. My mom can bately catch a fight now cause of the dumbass streams and shit. She dont use the internet or apps like that. I also miss the value and I hate that overhead camera. I miss the SHO and HBO days

Author:  Jermzhi [ Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:38 am ]
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Whatever man. Let a thousand flowers bloom.

Author:  V [ Sat Nov 09, 2019 11:28 am ]
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Espinoza is just sour post-Mayweather. Sho had a shitty year. They have constant competition in the marketplace now and have no answer other than to come up this some fucktard dis like this. He even goes as far as to say people are confused and don't know what they are seeing as if people won't learn. I think the more the better in this case. Maybe he should make the argument that there is too much football on for too many days a week. Too many teams to. People are got other things to do rather than to watch football on any other day than on Sunday. Silly shit man. Just bitter.

Author:  PrimeTime21335 [ Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:17 pm ]
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It has taken away the older generation. My mom can bately catch a fight now cause of the dumbass streams and shit. She dont use the internet or apps like that.


That's your bad fam. My dad is 58 and his smart TV is too old to get the dazn app. What did we do? We got him a firestick and showed him how easy it is to use.

Author:  PrimeTime21335 [ Sat Nov 09, 2019 4:21 pm ]
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Espinoza is just sour post-Mayweather. Sho had a shitty year. They have constant competition in the marketplace now and have no answer other than to come up this some fucktard dis like this. He even goes as far as to say people are confused and don't know what they are seeing as if people won't learn. I think the more the better in this case. Maybe he should make the argument that there is too much football on for too many days a week. Too many teams to. People are got other things to do rather than to watch football on any other day than on Sunday. Silly shit man. Just bitter.


Yes. The game has not been watered down, at least to this point, as a result of the proliferation of outlets either.

Author:  moemoney253 [ Sun Nov 10, 2019 5:19 am ]
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Yeah fights on showtime suck now there straight ass
Hbo took a hit to that's why they hung it up
But as a boxing fan I'm pretty happy

I can watch anything I want on ESPN plus,dazn,it's the best it's ever been...only thing that sucks is were deprived of so many mouth watering matchups due to political bullshit like with Spence and TC

But at the end of the day that's a small price to pay
Dudes are all eating good and making millions.... financially the boxers are eating and managing there money much better than before it's at an all time high and that's a great thing

Author:  PrimeTime21335 [ Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:06 pm ]
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moemoney253 wrote:
Yeah fights on showtime suck now there straight ass
Hbo took a hit to that's why they hung it up
But as a boxing fan I'm pretty happy

I can watch anything I want on ESPN plus,dazn,it's the best it's ever been...only thing that sucks is were deprived of so many mouth watering matchups due to political bullshit like with Spence and TC

But at the end of the day that's a small price to pay
Dudes are all eating good and making millions.... financially the boxers are eating and managing there money much better than before it's at an all time high and that's a great thing


Nah bro, think about it, the issues with promoters and tv deals ruining great matchups has been at the heart of boxing's problem for the past 30 years. Nothing at all has changed in that regard.

Author:  V [ Sun Nov 10, 2019 3:16 pm ]
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I've pretty much felt promotors protected their investments and delivered garbage for the most with the grand possibilities of what they could have delivered to fans.

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