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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 11:10 am 
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What are the PPV numbers for the Pacquiao-Solis boxing event? It's been more than two weeks, and we are still waiting. I hope the figures are released, unlike the Larios-Pacquiao PPV numbers. Paclandboxer, where are the numbers?


according to toprank: 375,980 PPV not too shabby huh?

http://www.toprank.com/PPVsales/PacquaioSolis=32567%

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the link is invalid johnny.
anyone can access the link?


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heroe_del_silencio wrote:
What are the PPV numbers for the Pacquiao-Solis boxing event? It's been more than two weeks, and we are still waiting. I hope the figures are released, unlike the Larios-Pacquiao PPV numbers. Paclandboxer, where are the numbers?



"Meanwhile, Arum said the Pacquiao-Solis show did well in the pay-per-view sales but he would only get the official figures within two weeks.

The crowd attendance of 14,793 at the Alamodome that was configured to seat 20,000 during fight night is the second largest in Texas history."

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Hmmnnn... Why would Arum requires 2 weeks more to reveal the PPV numbers? :biglaugh:

link to PPV update:

http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT2007050293061.html

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Hmmnnn... Why would Arum requires 2 weeks more to reveal the PPV numbers? :biglaugh:

link to PPV update:

http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT2007050293061.html

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Arum's hoping that in two weeks, everyone will be talking about De La Hoya-Mayweather's astronomical PPV figures, and no one will care to ask about the Pacquiao-Solis PPV numbers...but I will lol. When Morales would fight on PPV, the numbers would be known the week after the fight. Now Arum needs a month to obtain those figures?


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heroe_del_silencio wrote:
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Hmmnnn... Why would Arum requires 2 weeks more to reveal the PPV numbers? :biglaugh:

link to PPV update:

http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT2007050293061.html

:wink:


Arum's hoping that in two weeks, everyone will be talking about De La Hoya-Mayweather's astronomical PPV figures, and no one will care to ask about the Pacquiao-Solis PPV numbers...but I will lol. When Morales would fight on PPV, the numbers would be known the week after the fight. Now Arum needs a month to obtain those figures?


My conspiracy? Arum will wait for the ODLH-PBF ppv numbers and then brag how a the low-budgeted PAC-Solis card relatively outperformed the much hyped ODLH-PBF card...
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Hmmnnn... Why would Arum requires 2 weeks more to reveal the PPV numbers? :biglaugh:

link to PPV update:

http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT2007050293061.html

:wink:


Arum's hoping that in two weeks, everyone will be talking about De La Hoya-Mayweather's astronomical PPV figures, and no one will care to ask about the Pacquiao-Solis PPV numbers...but I will lol. When Morales would fight on PPV, the numbers would be known the week after the fight. Now Arum needs a month to obtain those figures?


My conspiracy? Arum will wait for the ODLH-PBF ppv numbers and then brag how a the low-budgeted PAC-Solis card relatively outperformed the much hyped ODLH-PBF card...
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I knew that was your conspiracy theory. You are so predictable lol. However, Arum must be a fool because De La Hoya's PPV numbers will be in the millions. Arum would only be stating the obvious, since Pacquiao-Solis's PPV numbers would pale in comparison to those of De La Hoya's fight. If that was his initial plan, we probably will never know Pacquiao-Solis' PPV numbers after May 5 lol.


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For me, I don't care whether or not MP is a BIG PPV fighter... Selling fight does not measure boxer but how you do inside the ring... he knocks out some of the best and considered by many as the most exciting fighter today. it is ironic if the most exciting boxer can't sell his fight while a royal blooded boxer fighting tomato cans does. i think there is something wrong with boxing.

If PPV numbers = great boxer, the Golden Boy is the greatest fighter of all time... someone's having a dilemna...


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For me, I don't care whether or not MP is a BIG PPV fighter... Selling fight does not measure boxer but how you do inside the ring... he knocks out some of the best and considered by many as the most exciting fighter today. it is ironic if the most exciting boxer can't sell his fight while a royal blooded boxer fighting tomato cans does. i think there is something wrong with boxing.

If PPV numbers = great boxer, the Golden Boy is the greatest fighter of all time... someone's having a dilemna...


Your correct ik..bro..


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For me, I don't care whether or not MP is a BIG PPV fighter... Selling fight does not measure boxer but how you do inside the ring... he knocks out some of the best and considered by many as the most exciting fighter today. it is ironic if the most exciting boxer can't sell his fight while a royal blooded boxer fighting tomato cans does. i think there is something wrong with boxing.

If PPV numbers = great boxer, the Golden Boy is the greatest fighter of all time... someone's having a dilemna...



Well, you are pointing out the obvious. The topic we are discussing is Pacquiao's popularity. He is a great fighter, but he cannot even attract flies by himself.


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brawler wrote:
For me, I don't care whether or not MP is a BIG PPV fighter... Selling fight does not measure boxer but how you do inside the ring... he knocks out some of the best and considered by many as the most exciting fighter today. it is ironic if the most exciting boxer can't sell his fight while a royal blooded boxer fighting tomato cans does. i think there is something wrong with boxing.

If PPV numbers = great boxer, the Golden Boy is the greatest fighter of all time... someone's having a dilemna...

CORRECT!!!


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heroe_del_silencio wrote:
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For me, I don't care whether or not MP is a BIG PPV fighter... Selling fight does not measure boxer but how you do inside the ring... he knocks out some of the best and considered by many as the most exciting fighter today. it is ironic if the most exciting boxer can't sell his fight while a royal blooded boxer fighting tomato cans does. i think there is something wrong with boxing.

If PPV numbers = great boxer, the Golden Boy is the greatest fighter of all time... someone's having a dilemna...



Well, you are pointing out the obvious. The topic we are discussing is Pacquiao's popularity. He is a great fighter, but he cannot even attract flies by himself.



Are you referring to Juanita Señor Heroe regarding the flies ??? :biglaugh:
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Independently promoted a PPV card in San Antonio, Texas, headlined by the matchup of Manny Pacquiao and Jorge Solis, which was an artistic and financial success...
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Independently promoted a PPV card in San Antonio, Texas, headlined by the matchup of Manny Pacquiao and Jorge Solis, which was an artistic and financial success...
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Top Rank and GBP should start paying you for promoting their fights in this site. Just make sure you only sign one contract. :lol:


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Independently promoted a PPV card in San Antonio, Texas, headlined by the matchup of Manny Pacquiao and Jorge Solis, which was an artistic and financial success...
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Top Rank and GBP should start paying you for promoting their fights in this site. Just make sure you only sign one contract. :lol:


Hehe :D I'm doing it for the info of fellow boxing fans... And to irritate Señor Heroe... :biglaugh:
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