I just couldnt possibly justify paying the $50 pay-per-view fee to watch this fight. Now im especially glad that I didnt.
Captainobvious99 said:I just couldnt possibly justify paying the $50 pay-per-view fee to watch this fight. Now im especially glad that I didnt.
bill1234 said:Courage counts for a lot, but it doesn't do you much good when you don't have the strength to back it up...
I wasn't impressed with Holyfield's fight with Bates.theboz19 said:I wasn't impressed with his fight against Bates ...
I guess we could apply to ALL fighters.Screwpost said:Yeah, I know it's mostly about the moo-lah. And I know they give them a physical examine and explain the risks, but they can't predict what kind of shots he might take in the ring.
Well, a pro ... is focused on one thing and one thing only. It's the money!Screwpost said:I guess what it boils down to is that ageism on my part mixed with the fact that I hate the thought of a hall of fame fighter tarnishing their record. I know some have met with some success, but then I can still see the Terry Norris v Sugar Ray Leonard fight in my mind and I just cringe. Or Tyson and McBride: 5 million dollar payday and one more loss added to his record. I hate finding myself thinking "If this was ten years, this wouldn't have been a fight, it would have been a slaughter".
I don't either. I may watch some fights. But if do, and whenever I do. I'm never the one paying. As for pay per veiw? There's nobody fighting today that I would have enough interest in to pay to see.Screwpost said:I'm not paying to see that stuff.