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Fresh "Boxing" from The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

00:20 sec | 8 hrs ago

Fresh "Boxing" from The Dan Bongino Show

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Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Defending champ Bucks rout Pacers for 7th straight win

"It's now a seven game winning streak for the box after Jana synthetic portal over twenty six points and thirteen rebounds and one eighteen one hundred rather the Pacers the last two games I think in B. okay one now they've just taken tougher world played well they construe our they scored eleven of his twenty three points while Milwaukee outscored Indiana thirty nine twenty seven in the third quarter taking a seventeen point lead holiday has been hiding averaging nineteen point seven points in the last four victories he also had nine assists and seven rebounds against Indiana as the Bucks improved to thirteen and eight caris levert led the Pacers with a season high twenty three points Malcolm Brogdon had sixteen I'm Dave Ferrie

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Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 2 d ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create

"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in

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Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 d ago

Sheriff investigating after hundreds of FedEx packages found in Alabama woods

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting hundreds of fed ex packages are found in the Alabama woods an estimated three hundred to four hundred FedEx packages were found dumped into a ravine near the small town of Hayden Alabama on Wednesday what county sheriff's office said deputies were sent to guard the scene until FedEx workers could arrive to pick up the packages sheriff mark moon said fed ex was sending multiple trucks and drivers from across the south to load up the packages the Tasha Abney told WBMA TV that her neighbor found the boxes on his property in a statement FedEx said it is reviewing the situation and will take appropriate action hi

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Food Banks are very busy this time of year

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Food Banks are very busy this time of year

"The holidays are one of the busiest times of the year for food banks across the country feeding America spokeswoman sue I need the I. re al says more than thirty eight million people are food insecure so many turn to local food banks for a hearty thanksgiving meal thanksgiving and the holidays are celebrated around a table with then Niall and we don't know the importance of book that provides not just our bodies for but our spirit so the feeding America network prepares boxes to be picked up or delivered in time for thanksgiving L. package the Turkey and a box with all the side that beat the Cato then by press and everything else that goes along with it cheating America is the largest hunger relief organization in the country last year they help provide six point six billion meals to tens of millions of people I Shelley Adler

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Get Yours and Gift a Copy of 'American Marxism' for Black Friday

Mark Levin

00:58 sec | 5 d ago

Get Yours and Gift a Copy of 'American Marxism' for Black Friday

"By the way you got to watch life liberty and label in this Sunday 8 p.m. good lord it's part one of the Trump interview You want to see this great interview two big huge personalities and a lot of news was made actually in this interview So you should watch that It's this Sunday on Fox part one of the Trump interview and of course you know Black Friday is coming the day after tomorrow right That's when you're supposed to check off all the boxes on your shopping list And you know there are people in your life that need to read American Marxism It's a great book It's the book to define the era that we're living in right now I'm drawing off of it as we speak for the first two hours here Many of the things that I've raised and brought up about how there's an intent to divide and change and deconstruct this nation it's right there in American Marxism and more importantly in his final chapter in its epic That final chapter could be a book in and of itself It talks about where we go from here and what we can do about it That's what I love about Mark

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Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Get to Know Os Guinness, Author of 'The Magna Carta of Humanity'

"Who is us? Where has he where was he born and what has he been doing most of his life? Well, I'm the great great, great grandson of Arthur Guinness, the original brewer, and very proud of our family heritage and the integrity and generosity of the firm down the centuries. My own branch of the family, my grandfather, was one of the first western doctors in China, actually he survived the box arrives, and he went into the Forbidden City and treated the Empress dowager and the last emperor in the early part of the 20th century. My parents were born in China, and importantly for this book, I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution. So I remember the day. You have memory? You have memories? Absolutely. And it's important to this book because I remember the day when my dad said to me son, we're in trouble. Chiang Kai-shek has abandoned the city. We were in the capital, and the Red Army's coming in. And I remember the reign of terror began, and I was there for two years under that, and my parents were kept another two years on the house arrest. But the important was many years later I was at Oxford, and the graduate student, and had general one night with Isaiah Berlin. In other great places of freedom, Jewish. And we discovered he'd been a 7 year old in the Russian Revolution. And I was a 7 year old in the Chinese revolution the two big communist ones of the last century, so he compared notes thank God the English speaking people who stood up against totalitarianism, but in the mid 70s, when I was with him, it would have been unthinkable. That America would be tempted by anything like a radical socialism, let alone a cultural Marxism. And yet, that's where we are

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Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 6 d ago

Geoff Shepard Questions Accuracy of Watergate in Latest Book

"Finally this stuff starts coming out And what do you learn about the road map What do you learn about the prosecutor's office of the judges What do you learn as you're going through this Well the short summary is Nixon was driven from office by a secret cabal of vindictive judges and partisan prosecutors and cooperating health staff but what really happened is that the four top prosecutors took their records with them when they left office So the national archives is supposed to have all the files but they didn't have them And they grabbed they only surfaced within the last 8 years a four cashes of documents from four of the top prosecutors and then I got the road map on field The road map for your listeners education was the secret grand jury testimony that the prosecutors said nailed Nixon proved he was personally involved in the cover up but since it was grand jury evidence it was conveyed to the House impeachment committee to House judiciary committee in secret and we never saw it We never knew what they were accusing Nixon of having done So we were we were boxing in the dark I got to have them sealed in 2018 It had been secret for 45 years and that's what the book is about The book says look look at what they did Look at what they said in secret They couldn't prove it Mark they made up

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Don't Miss Bill O'Reilly's Limited Engagement National Tour With President Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | Last week

Don't Miss Bill O'Reilly's Limited Engagement National Tour With President Trump

"Bill O'Reilly Bill welcome back to the show How you doing Doing all right sir Welcome back So before we get to the questions here you have a tour with president Trump going on Bill O'Reilly dot com Tell us a little bit about it So we got four dates beginning in December 11th and for loaded in Florida Live arena for the Panthers play Next day in Orlando And then the win next weekend we open in Houston on the 18th of December and the 19th of the American Airlines center in Dallas So I just talked to Santa Claus He says he can't talk that he can not get top it can not no that's not Cole either right That's the real deal No coal there right Yeah greatest Christmas gift ever But it takes on Dan as you know More important now because of the collapse of the Biden administration So the reason I can see this in the first place is that I am a historian story in journalist And Iowa I looked at back about the four years that Trump is in the Oval Office I don't know what he did Because it was never reported It was always like let's kill him or let's make him a saint So you never really got the nuts and bolts of How did he get the facts How did he destroy ISIS What's up with Putin and Xi all of those specific things And that's what the tour is It will be a once in a lifetime We've sold about 30,000 tickets already but if you go to Bill O'Reilly dot com I'll link you right over to whatever box office you want And I really appreciate you mentioned it Dan very nice

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Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:57 min | Last week

Sebastian and Hans Von Spakovsky Discuss Old School Ballot Fraud

"So let's look specifically hands. At what happened last year. And I'm not a former election commissioner. I'm not a lawyer, you served in the DOJ correct. There's a lot of so here's my layman's take and you tell me if it resonates. Conservatives are concerned. Justifiably aged because the incumbent president received more votes than any other incumbent president in history. And in four battleground states, the vote count was halted, and then the results reversed when the vote count was started again. So at least there are questions in four battleground states. For all the theories that have been developed since then, there are various baskets of theories. Some, rather ones, such as data farms in Germany, Venezuela, dominion, voting machines, memory sticks, algorithms, Wi-Fi access to electronic systems. My argument is a very simple one. If you know that the vote reversal occurred in places like Philadelphia in Atlanta, these are places that have, in some cases, Chicago, decades long history of fraught elections. And old school fraud is perhaps where we should start. The idea that ballot stuffing, filling out election ballots for people who aren't actually the person on the ballot. Does it make sense if you're looking to address these issues to follow the kiss principle and to stay with the keep it simple and start with that which we know, I mean, it's a joke, Philadelphia Chicago. These are box of jokes for decades. Before we get to these ideas of computers and algorithms, we have a lot of work to do with just very prosaic, do we not? Yeah, no, no, you've analyzed it exactly right. If you want to look at problems, the elections, you look at the ways elections have been stolen in the past. Right. And for those who think that doesn't still happen. I mean, look, you mentioned ballot stuffing, right? Okay, just a couple of weeks ago. And this didn't get this got almost no media attention. It was the media that is like covering this. Just a couple of weeks ago, a former election official in Philadelphia, who was actually a staffer for a member of the city council and who was responsible for running at least three polling places in Philly. She was indicted by the acting U.S. attorney for stuffing ballot boxes in her three precincts with bogus votes. It's an old school fraud. Yes, and for those who think that was isolated, no, last year in May also in Philadelphia, another election official was charged with exactly the same

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Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | Last week

Why Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Ran for Congress

"Welcome back to one on one with Georgia's congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. Marjorie for those you've been on the show multiple multiple times, but but, you know, we are growing every single day. We were at least 3 million listeners right now. Plus everybody else who watches us on video. So for those who see you every day fighting, but who don't know the backstory what you did and why you made that decision to represent the 14th district. Tell our millions of lists a little bit about who you are and how you arrived in Congress. Well, actually, it's a great question. Actually, I'm very normal. I'm just just like most of the people listening to the show. That's why they hate you. In the Democrat box. They hate all the regular people believe me. Now my husband and I own and operate a commercial construction company where the proud parents of three awesome grown-up kids and love our life just and I absolutely love being an American woman. I think it's a true gift to be an American woman because we have more freedoms in this world than most women. And I'm a strong Christian and I'm so grateful to be able to live out my faith and teach my kids what it means to be a Christian and to love God and be thankful for Jesus Christ. But here's what I saw Sebastian. I saw Republicans gain control in The White House, the House and the Senate in 2016 and then over two years, they completely failed us. They didn't fund and build the wall. They didn't do anything to pass president Trump's America first agenda has make America great again agenda. They didn't repeal ObamaCare. And here's the worst fail for every Republican that calls them self pro life. They didn't even defund Planned Parenthood. You can't even make that. That's all you need to know. Oh, yeah, so when I was supporting president Trump and was thrilled we elected him in 2016. And then I saw the Republicans in Congress in the Senate and in his administration completely fail. Not only president Trump but they failed all of us. That's when I realized that it's these career politicians that over decades have sent all of our jobs overseas, ruining small town America, hurting rural America, killing our strong economy, killing our manufacturing and killing the spirit of America, not only that, putting us in trillions and trillions and trillions of dollars of debt that will never climb out of, I realize that it's going to take regular Americans that are successful day in and day out in the real world to actually save this country. And so I took a chance and ran for Congress and

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Mark Levin Recalls 'Rules for Radicals' Being Distributed by VISTA in 1980s

Mark Levin

02:01 min | Last week

Mark Levin Recalls 'Rules for Radicals' Being Distributed by VISTA in 1980s

"They had a program called vista They still have it And as I have described before vista was run by a radical march to banking She now works with other radicals And she runs a pack I think or whatever she does Sam Brown used to be head of this group called action He was part of the students for democratic whatever Society One of those groups And We needed to do something about this This is supposed to help people get out of poverty and sober but that's not what it became but became a hard left ideological operation And as I went down to the office Being the only Reagan guy who was there at that point I think it was December 1980 right after the election I opened some boxes and then I found boxes and boxes and boxes of this book called rules for radicals Thousands of paperback copies Now I didn't know who saw linsky was but I figured it out quite quickly And I read the book People like to talk about this book but they actually haven't read it beginning to end It's a small book It's complaining It's rather incoherent but nonetheless it has the points in there This book that you paid for was being distributed throughout the inner cities By the federal government at your expense taxpayer expense I can only imagine what's in these multi $1 trillion bills That they're passing or want to pass additional bills So you see this playing out today

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Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Stance on America's Security Leadership

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:40 min | Last week

Rep. Claudia Tenney Shares Her Stance on America's Security Leadership

"And we are delighted to have with us somebody who I don't even want to call her a politician because she is and every time she comes on the show every time we see her speak, it's like an American. It is a citizen and that's what we need more of. Representing the 22nd congressional district of New York, congresswoman Claudia, welcome to one on one. Well, thank you for thank you for that great introduction. It's an honor to be on, of course. We have so much to discuss, especially we're going to talk about what a zuckerbuck is and your special, yes, your election integrity efforts will discuss that just give me lots of like a box. We'll talk about what is happening to the economy. We'll talk about recent events in D.C.. But first things first, tell us a little bit about your take as a mother of a marine as somebody who is deeply vested in the security of this nation. I want people not to forget what happened just barely a couple of months ago in Kabul. Give us your take from the inside from a member of the political elite of the last ten months of national security leadership in this nation. Yeah, let me just first say my deepest condolences to those families on the death of those 13 service members and women two women were also killed. Needlessly, we honor our gold star families, we actually did a vigil in my community to honor those 13 that were killed in August. And we also honored our gold star families from the latest wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Nothing is more. Nothing more painful than to see service members killed in action, especially in a situation which shouldn't have happened. And that is why it's so tragic to watch. This whole I can't express how sad it was to see that that it actually happened. But we saw the chaos, developing on the ground, each day got worse, as Biden put forth his mission to remember how it started. And I remember the first committee. He said, I want to move out of Afghanistan and pull all our troops out on September 11th because it was symbolic day. Yeah, he wanted that photograph. He wanted that sound. I told that us out of Afghanistan. Is if the mission were not to advance freedom to ensure the safety and security of America, to protect our foreign assets, there are bases 85 billion in change of equipment left there with our enemy the Taliban to leave them to take back over and not understanding the callousness of President Biden to not see how devastating that was, especially to a New

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The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

The Media Are the Most Powerful, Unaccountable Political Actors in U.S.

"We're talking to Molly Hemingway a terrific writer also the author of one of the hottest books out there right now rigged How the media big tech and the Democrats seized our elections Molly you know listen there are two people out there who I think are the biggest narrative busters on the right So I'll throw Sean Davis in there too You and Tucker You go throw a hit with an S in front of a grenade and the tent and a heartbeat if you think you think something's up No matter the media penalty and you're frequently attacked for it like Tucker and Sean are as well But the weird thing is you usually turn out to be right I mean you would debunk the hoax Russia hoax immediately You had shown the spygate story to not be a hoax But doesn't it speak to the power of the media over our collective Borg like psyche in this country on the left right now that people like you me Sean Tucker Greg Jarrod John Solomon We're all considered by the mainstream code Misinformation specialists and yet we've been right about everything Like there's nothing in your book you don't pack up with footnotes The Zucker box thing happened the Russian thing was old It's like again this did not speak to the power of the media that we're considered the outsiders and yet we were actually factually correct the entire time Oh it's amazing But I also think that it's important that people celebrate the marginalizing of our corporate media They have so much power They set narratives They do horrible things with their power And they are in my view the most powerful unaccountable political actors in the country But on the other hand nobody is believing there BS anymore and that's good And Democrats are and that's bad But their credibility is at an all time low I think the latest Gallup poll had 9% of Republicans believing corporate media and only a third of independence If not for Democrats they would just be totally in the

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The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | 2 weeks ago

The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class

"So there's two types of economic classes in America. And by the way, one is not necessarily better than the other, right? There's the muscular class, and then there's the zoom and Skype class, right? So I'm part of the zoom in Skype class, okay? That doesn't make me a better person. It just so happens. I was able to keep on doing my work in the midst of the lockdown without having to lift boxes or wear a mask all day long. But the people that actually run the country, which I think never got the credit they deserved quite honestly during the pandemic, are the people that worked at the Amazon fulfillment centers. The people that are police officers, the people that are our firefighters, the people that actually drove trucks and instead, you saw this growing disconnect of the people in charge, have this arrogance and this attitude almost as top down revolution like, oh, you work with your hands, you don't have a doctorate from Harvard, your DOM and your stupid, right? And so but we saw this bubbling up in a variety of different ways. And for those of us that look at the stuff really closely and are worried about these trends, we said, this is not sustainable. You can't declare war on the people that actually make your country run and act as if there won't be a backlash against that, right? It's like a steep on serving me food serfs and servants. And we'd always make jokes about it, you know when Nancy Pelosi would be out in Napa Valley and all of her donor Friends were maskless, right? And every single person serving food outdoors were wearing masks, right? And we saw that whether Obama's birthday party in Martha's Vineyard where, you know, we had to kind of watch all the videos of people that had to wear masks or masks, but they were a sophisticated vaccinated crowd. And we saw that some people call double standards or hypocrisy, it's not. It's hierarchy. It's people in charge I think they're actually better than you. So hypocrisy is like if you actually believe the rule or you say it and you do something else, these are people that actually think they're at a different level of

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Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Kyle Rittenhouse Takes the Stand at His Trial

"Cal rittenhouse is testifying. He was called by his defense team to testify about the triple shooting. It killed Joseph rosenbaum and Anthony huber and wounded gauge grass roots here is Kyle rittenhouse on the stand in Kenosha Wisconsin. I knew Nick was Smith and Dominic black. You did not know the owner of car surfs previously. I did not. Was he being nice to you guys? Was he happy you were there? Was he mad at you for being there? Describe it. He was happy we were there. And you heard testimony that you owners, I believe that was Friday afternoon. I did. And did they give you permission to be there? They did. And the other individuals in this photograph, some of whom have testified in this trial. Ten minutes before this photograph was taken. Did you know any of them? I did not. Did you ever spoke into any of them? No. And when you were there, what was the idea? Was there a plan? What was going to happen? Yes, the plan was to I went down there to provide first aid. I also, I brought my orange first aid kit, the fanny pack, and I also brought my pelican box which was filled with first stage stuff. By my feet to provide first aid. The orange box by your feet you referred to as a pelican body? Yes. Did you have that before the 25th? Yes. Was it stock? Yes. With things that you would bought and brought? Yes. Nope. All right, we lost the feed there. We'll pick it up where we left off. It's got your reaction to this testimony. It's powerful, it's riveting, compelling, and again, it contradicts the narrative that this was a cold blooded killer, the way Joe Scarborough and the MSNBC clowns characterized

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree Tuesday brought the opening night of the college basketball season with a couple of marquee matchups at Madison Square Garden in the first game of the night third ranked Kansas taught Michigan state eighty seven seventy four the J. hawks were paced by O. G. a biology who scored twenty nine points seventeen of which came after halftime in game two in Manhattan ninth ranked Duke top tenth ranked Kentucky seventy nine seventy one of the first game of Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski's final season freshman Trevor keels scored twenty five for the blue devils on the NBA hardwood Yanis antenna Kubo provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box and a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia the jazz beat the hawks one ten ninety eight the clippers top Portland one seventeen one oh nine on the ice the Carolina hurricanes move to ten and one of the year thanks to an overtime goal for more teenagers giving Carolina a two one win over Tampa other NHL winners included Chicago St Louis Detroit New Jersey LA Boston San Jose at Vegas and Anaheim I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports

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Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Antetokounmpo, Allen lead Bucks past short-handed 76ers

"Yes intent to Cooper provided thirty one points and sixteen rebounds for the box in a one eighteen one oh nine victory at Philadelphia Grayson Allen scored twenty five points and hit a key three pointer late in the fourth quarter Bobby Portis added nineteen points for the NBA champions or back at five hundred after winning for just the second time in seven games Tyrese Maxey scored thirty one points for the seventy Sixers who played without four time all star Joe well indeed for the second straight game Philly has dropped two straight since a six game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

The Dan Bongino Show

02:22 min | 2 weeks ago

U.S. Wholesale Inflation Rose a Record 8.6 Percent Over the Past Year

"Remember the narrative about inflation when we first started when we first started to see prices creeping up What was the narrative first Jim Inflation's not real you're conservative media hosts You're all a bunch of bad things It's all nonsense And then the narrative was as prices started to become more widespread and their increases became noticeable All right there may be inflation but it's really not that big of a deal And then the third narrative was okay it's a big deal now inflation but don't worry it's transitory It'll go away And now that the numbers came out annualized inflation up 8.6% a number we haven't seen in decades now all of a sudden the new narrative is not only these inflation not transitory not only is it likely here to stay for a while but don't worry it's actually a good thing Come on they didn't do that No they did Here is an actual headline by MSNBC James saros wiki forgive me if I'm saying your name wrong it's not intentional How COVID became the unlikely hero of our inflation crisis And the sub had line makes you really wanna laugh where they play it down and insist don't worry This is a good thing inflation because the government printed a lot of money and gave it to people to spend So it doesn't really matter that you have nothing to buy and there's a supply chain crisis What matters is you have a lot of paper in digital money to spend on things you can't actually buy That's what matters That's an actual piece in MSNBC by the way Now for people who don't think inflation is a problem in that just printing people are printing four people money and giving it to them even though they can't buy products because we don't have them And don't understand how the productivity side of an economy is the important side Right folks it's not the demand side You can demand whatever you want Tom Hanks and Wilson and cast away when they get caught on that island by themselves demanded a lot They probably demand that a steak dinner They probably demanded access to a movie library The man that access to their old favorite songs but Tom Hanks was caught on an island where he had a lot of FedEx boxes full of a lot of stuff he couldn't use and he didn't demand So he had a lot of things he could trade but he had nobody to trade them with because no one was producing anything he demanded Having a bunch of money to go out and buy stuff that doesn't exist is

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:04 min | 6 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"This ramirez against taylor fight before let you go help me out with this george saint-pierre stuff like i'm trying to understand why dana white's would block george saint-pierre from fighting. I should say boxing. Oscar de la hoya on trillon. This was the story last week. Ryan kavanagh who owns trailer. He said that they had a deal in place. For de la. Hoya to fight george saint-pierre. We can talk at another time. About how george st pierre. The guy that de la hoya.

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

03:11 min | 6 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"For december nineteenth. Well then it turns out the sec championship. Among a couple others got moved onto that date because of the pandemic things got pushed back and now espn and fox works. We're gonna put on the pay per view said to the promoters. Say look you guys can't put this fight on because were we can't do it. We have huge. We're going to get a huge number on the sec game. We can't do it and they said let's look at february of twenty twenty one and fury got tired of waiting at that point and said screw it so i think while top rank was incorrect in terms of you know how the arbiter would go rule. They were no doubt wrong about that. Fury also Was wrong because he instead of you know saying okay. Let's look at february twenty one. You know he just wanted to move forward. And i understand why he did but his impatience really ended up costing causing this whole thing. Yeah some of its own. Tyson fury as well and to both sides as you kind of autopsy this could all this have not been like prevented. I mean could negotiated something with deontay wilder months ago. I mean before it became a legal issue or a binding arbitration. You i mean this. This just feels like it was bungled like from start to finish. And now here's tyson fury we think at least on the five yard line of having a deal done to face. Anthony joshua the biggest fight in british boxing history. One of the biggest heavy white heavyweight fights in modern history. And now he's gotta turn around and face deontay wilder. I just feel like a lot of this was preventable kevin. They could've figured something out you know. Here's the thing like. I've always felt like why does boxing not do with with the wwe doesn't and have like a wrestlemainia thing. So that would have been a perfect example. You put joshua and a fury on and you have. Andy released water on the undercard. A you are creating other fights right so you have the so you tell the res wilder winner you're gonna fight though Joshua fury. I mean bingo. You have it right there and then you can have the losers fight. I mean there's so so many options to go. They brought chris oriole and and you know they do a ruiz. Areola didn't make a lot of sense and you know didn't do great business commercially I don't know what it did for new reasons brand wilder still out there waiting. Hire me scott of the trainer. We don't know what what to expect to see out of him. I mean to me. I think that you know little foresight. You're right would have gone a long way in this situation. And i think it's a a deal chris where You gotta think big embossing and you know you wanna put on boxing thrives on big events and just imagine if you would have had four guys who in the last couple of years had all the belt say were the guys all fighting on one card and you can't you can say well the money wasn't there but guess what the saudis are paying. What do they pay for fury joshua one hundred fifty five million and if you put those that other fight on the car i mean the money was there and i just i don't understand why You know why that didn't happen It's gotta be on x. Network it's gotta be on. Why fighters terms mean i mean that gets down the rabbit hole of why so..

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:11 min | 6 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Finishers watts. This happy hosted by assize chris minutes. Apparently that was my moment now with peter abuse analysis and everything going on in the world box. When you have talent you are given another chance kris. Maddox all right here. We are again talking about why a fight didn't happen kevin. I always hear your boxing writer. Dow's kevin was my man man down man up down like i had been starting to really believe that fury joshua was going to happen. I was at the stage. Where i'm sending like email pitches to my bosses at the magazine about how we can cover it. I was enthused about the idea of doing a full magazine. Spread on it. Like we did for mayweather pacquiao out even joked with our good friend. Greg bishop both renting a house together somewhere and then becoming roommates again as we did for mayweather pacquiao and now here we are kevin left to explain to the audience. Why a fight is not going to happen. How are you feeling about all this awful. You know i got home. I was at a hockey game on sunday afternoon. I get home. And i see fury's instagram Thing and i'm like. Oh my god. So i wrote this column talking about how great it was and how excited i was couldn't wait to say it in how good it was for the sport and you know it was And then the next day very next day Start getting calls in the morning about the you know arbitration in its wiler is going to women and it's going to go the other direction and so it was just you know i like it really just cut the legs out from under you because i mean that was the fight more than any other in boxing. I mean there's other fights. I think technically tactically would be more exciting fight but that fight you know people love heavyweights and that was the one that carried all the luster. We were going to. Have you know people say you can't name the heavyweight champion now after that fight you could name the heavyweight champion and you know it wasn't even twenty four hours of celebrating. The good news of the fight was on and it was all of a sudden off so just to unpack..

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"The oscars. I don't know i really don't i couldn't answer. I mean you'd have to ask oscar. Because i don't know what's going on oscar's head like i i mean i'll say asper tonight in alaska but i don't know i mean what i see is oscar as oscar de la. Hoya is a potential good promotional partner. What i mean promotional partner. I don't mean in the sense of a boxing promoter. I mean someone that is an ambassador and promoted sport and someone that has star power more than other maybe more than some other fighters that have gone on to be more involved in the sport on the business side. So but i. But i can't say what i mean i think part of it is let's see let's see what july looks like and and i think i think it certainly would be a case by case it's like saying if holyfield you know looks good against kevin mcbride. Does mike tyson circle back. And is there a third holyfield-tyson so you have this job. You are also a boxing manager. Are you going to be able to continue on in dual roles. Yeah i am and what people asking that question and the truth of the matter. The bottom line is this. This isn't a venture of in company. There are no fighters under contract. It's really like working for an event company. That does one off events like i said it would be very hard pressed other than the jake paul's than some of these anchors. Right that are that are in a different place. You're not going to see the traditional boxing. Promotional model and look most of my fighters are signed in long-term deals with other promoters. In fact where you right now. I'm in boston. Headed to florida though on friday morning. Right so you'll see one of my up and coming prospects erin. The alien king. Aponte fighting on dmitri is android williams card. I saw on the canal. Show right that's right a couple of months ago. that's right february twenty seventh so look. He's on the matching show match. Has has been killing it. Throughout this pandemic i mean. They started off slow but they've come on. Strong in zone has been between matchroom domestically and in the uk now in his own being worldwide and golden boy shows. I mean you've had ryan garcia january second you've had to cannella shows the third canola shows may as so to answer your question as a manager. I can easily flip into that mode. Where i'm excited. That eddie hearn's giving and aponte the opportunity to showcase himself on on zone in front of that core boxing audience you know. It's very important for errands. Development and i have sanders is the following week on. Espn plus on top rank..

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Sl boxing. Podcast on this episode. Got peter kann the new chief. Boxing officer over at shriller drillers made something of a splash in the boxing space. Over the last six months they put the mike tyson. Roy jones fight on. They just paid six million dollars to have taffy. Lopez faced george campus. In june of holyfield that card. And they've got to show this weekend. Headlined by jake paul youtube star taking on ben aspirin a retired emma mayfield talked peter about what exactly trailer wants to be in this space. And what kind of traditional boxing matches can we expect them to put on over the next six months a little bit later on lim williams the wbo's mandatory challenger at middleweight. He takes on dimitrius android for one hundred and sixty pounds title on saturday talked to liam about he's.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Let's be honest as many sports that have been delivering poor writings across the. Since the return from the pandemic, it's not just boxing this suffering. Boxing would always be a huge market and huge interest in big fights that will never leave us where we have to work even harder now on the normal fought nonstop fantastic as well to my. Boxing, fans in the audience are aware of WHO's Watson where stories, but we have to push the boundaries on a production level site issues boxing as we know it now. And we've got go kinds about his lot when we come back in. September behind your Tova for Estrada. I'm not interested really in guiding night studios do something crazy. So at least people inside Because we're not necessarily even competing now against each other. My way competing against other schools we scrapping now to show. That boxing has future and it does have a huge future if we get lazy if we get complacent if we don't push the boundaries, we have huge. So that's Rothko everyone's GonNa stop doing again. Once we start seeing these might unite ten. You will see the numbers increase natural but not if it's in a cellar studio with story and now Razzmatazz. Razzmatazz. He's kate section is kate. Build it they will come. That's that's a lot of cliches right there to finish their Eddie I, appreciate your time I looking forward to. Those future venues and of course, taken to the streets until. mccaskill versus break undisputed hundred and forty seven. Matrimony or my favorite fights a set the other day if I was one hundred pound champion and that God was breathing down on the. NEW TENNIS BECAUSE HE'S GONNA be messy problem. Everybody Saturday, not spot themes. So for fun eliminates the WBZ. Just test driving lines left and right on. On, this show. Appreciate Good Luck at fight game. But of course good luck in Tulsa. Lights up coming up next welterweight champion. Cecilia breakers. Silly you headline the last fight card on HBO and now here you are headline the first all women's main event on H. on zone. Are you feeling about this? I feel very proud. I'm very happy about it, and of course, is a huge motivation for me when going to Cam. I'm very excited to be part of this You know right now women boxing is just booming. It's exploding and I just feel I'm just happy that I can be a small part of it. I don't know how much time left the have in this in boxing begist to be able to be a part of what always told that women boxing at it will come and people will be watching people be the detained, and now it's here i. am so happy that I was able to be part of that. What do you like about women's boxing right now? I love that. These old all this amazing fights on the big platforms you have. You have the best fighting the best world champions they don't even. You know they get a phone call and they say, Hey, you wanna put your belts up against another world champion. He's like yes. Let's do it. Let's go and that's pretty much it. and. We had some amazing fights and I'm sure it's just the beginning. Your undisputed welterweight championship is on the line in this fight against Jessica Casco, but you also be attempting to ask your twenty six, th world title defense. That would be one more than Joe Louis Passing Lewis for the most consecutive tile defenses. How much does that mean to you? I'm trying to think too much about it. Just they focused laser focus in camp and do you know focus on my tasks? That's when I think about it, I use it as motivation and You know if I break this record. You know it's it will be history and. I doubt anybody will break the record again and in a long time. So So it's definitely a big. It's a big deal, but I'm trying not to focus too much on that. When you first got into boxing and won a world title? Did you ever think you'd be defending a World Title Twenty Six times now? A never. I was I knew I was going to be world champion but what's happening now? It's I'm just here for the ride and I'm just taking everything in and. Did the comparison to when I started boxing you wouldn't even believe it. It's such a night and day and I'm just enjoying everything right now and see the next generation coming up. And the veterans get their spot in in the spotlight's I. Think everything is amazing right now. You had a few options per who you could fight next. Why just mccaskill? She's been on our radar for some time she was really ready and. I think the fight she had against that gate to detailer was a very good fights and she's coming back even stronger defeating. A realist season in good champion like for. And she she feels she's ready now. I'm ready to take on the challenge you have two world champions going up. To to make great to to fight and I think. The Way with both a box in our styles will make this a very, very interesting at fight. What are you find dangerous about mccaskill mccaskill is good I mean she's good. I'm just better. She is You know she's strong she she comes forward and. And she says she has to break physical. Bread. Conditioning but All, over I'm a better fighter I don't underestimate her for one second. We have had one hell of a camp up here but I feel great. Enough confidence. This is a fight that was originally planned for April the pandemic obviously got in the way. How is the pandemic affected your training? Well, I have to be honest for me personally has been a good thing because I normally traveling back and forth from men my camp here in the states to Norway my home country and I'm always I'm always on the road know and staying in one place for for a couple of months that has said. That has really been good to me and I think on a can Yam in my best shape in many many years. What's the experience been like for you working up in big bear with.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Which is still don't let it get to do with it in full taking come, so it is committed benefits. Now's a fighter I want to be in the gym WanNa. Be Improving Wait until fight day. Are you what? What can you do to try to keep yourself as best condition as possible? Aim just usual. No, keep you. been doing to site can which is still fucking used to do, and just the body bodyweight say it's and stuff like that, and it's to keep as you. I'm used to be inactive used to have a routine goal in the gym daily. taught to keep that up as much as a canon. Just putting the dial up a little bit more informative, not GonNa Fight Day to aim towards. When you gotTA. Fight data don't WanNa be starting from Baltimore won enough some Foam Basin keep me South Dakota over, so I have to do that as much as a combo. It is only so much you can do. So you and your family well known in the United Kingdom and the US. I'm not sure how many people are aware of just how deep the boxing ties are in in the Smith family, I mean your ear older brothers Liam. Paul Stephen all professional boxers. On different levels, Liam of course, a lot of people remember as one hundred fifty four pound title is spot can also here several years ago still chasing me today? I'm just wondering for people that don't know how. How did boxing become the family business? Was it just one after another one older brother, the next one in line, or is there more to it? Yeah. No pitching would show as kids. We lived across the road from local amateur boxing cloven meal for the poorly named friends and. took open took through it. Enjoy this too hot. Stephen be in the typical younger brother. Follow poll everywhere. Enjoying the end. It was just a conveyor belts. Was a little boy following brothers down to Kunti CNN, be successful and become national champions represent the country in I always wanted to be like them, so it was inevitable La mealy. We're going to follow in the fall of the open volk. Conduct bounced off each other land off each other over the years. We've managed to be successful between the of. Were you boxing fans growing up or was it just the competition that you liked? Now, we would always talks funds ambassador. Appointments videotapes of all all the old fighters in the fall kings videotapes landed John Hogla Hanes. Watching all anti fighters so always an hour box boxing, though we've been a big part of the family even to this damage box and find out always watch boxing regardless of whether it's a future opponents on my weight division on Boxing Fan Fest Fall. Most than no I've enjoyed watching sports over the years, and I've enjoyed being a part of it as well. You guys are all now all different weight classes from the one seventies where Paul was biting to all the way down to the one thirties, but as kids you were you sparring with each other I mean? How competitive was was that? When with each other? Yeah, we always used a spot in the house. You'll said gloves on. Sometimes he's only have one close between the Soviet on. Doesn't like boxin Joe. Say It in the gym. So when she committed all without the gloves on the couch in the town I not faces very being normal themselves. Take the boat. We've always been competitive. Each Other we've always wants to whether it's football new hatbox from your way to compete with each other in sees the best in boxing. There's no difference and I think that's helped. Improve especially as younger kids. You're always competing Alex especially. May I kill two zero ways fighting are higher level and may solve always authentic to laying off and get advice off, so does your mom does? It didn't like boxing and yet she had four kids that did box. How did that work? Yes. She's still to this day. Watch. Issue doesn't come watch. His fights watch on television. She occupies yourself. Keep yourself busy and got a phone call to to give it the result of the fight bull. I think she's always said they're happy. That will be when the last one retires at all don't. Think. She's piles office for what we achieve. Anyone like see in the soon getting points in the face and she's up to watch for. Do so I think. I think it's probably out of the Fenian onto vs lifetime No, she I think she was putting on. I think I think she'd rather be told. Announce I, yeah I'm wondering how it would be avoidable for her to do not see her sons, bobby and I'm sure there was a time when you guys were all active at the same time, where maybe fought like within a few weeks of each other? Yeah. That's an amine like some people have won the fight, and then he doesn't fight for awhile after where it is because of is always felt like each weekend, there was one of his fight, and so she's after go through it, and she goes to Bengal the Bingo with women. She. Treat your phone off when she kinda know. When the fight was finished, she performed by phone and give it the result vote. Yes, still to this day, she she doesn't watch he doesn't. Take too much intestine than when she does. Watch after she just look for people in the cloud zoos. They're watching rather the not paying attention to the fighting. Is there I? Mean you know I want to talk about Kamilo down the line, but like if you ever fought fight like a Cannella, would would you show up for something like that? No no definitely now she. Probably. Joy the Still wouldn't watch the fight. It's all know whatever level she just doesn't doesn't enjoy watching the. She didn't watch.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Advantage of this. They can probably pay more than than Fox can right now at least in the short term give it get get some of these uncertainties and I think there's a real pathway for them to show the best fights of any network coming up just because of the uncertainty they their uncertainty is not nearly as uncertain as Fox or or ESPN's or disowns is so They have a real pathway here to come out at NBC. The top performing network in boxing which given their performance last year. I think many people would not have you know most people inside the industry thought this was kind of their year where they were gonNA leave boxing. And that's I think now. They have the opportunity to rewrite the narrative completely. Do you think they have to do? I mean it's like they don't want to be a feeder system for Fox and PBC like they don't want to put on Danny Garcia read catch and then watch Danny Garcia by aerospace on Fox paper. But how how do you navigate that like how do you I mean I assume you have to have some kind of conversation with Al Hayman? Were you say how will give you enough money to put a major fight on Showtime Championship boxing? But you've got also give us the next big pay per view for the same fighter. I mean the. They've got to have a safety net there. They can't just continue this process of. You're giving the others. The stay busy fights while watching Fox as bill. Wagner's told me they. They get first crack at all the major events. They cannot allow that to continue in my opinion. Yeah I agree. And I may think some of it is going to be finding their fighters that their exclusive to.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Listen if you ever want to get into the weeds on the inner workings of boxing every single every single time out. So Evan good to to you again man. How's everything out in California? We're hanging in there we got. I'm one of those people I got. I got a four year old and a ten month old so truly hanging on by a thread but hanging in there. Yeah I I would say I can relate but I really can't the been mostly quarantine alone and that's just the way life goes my world but I wanna Kinda run through each of the main networks and the main companies. That are in boxing and kind of address. What they're they're doing what they're planning to do. And what we think they should be doing over the next couple of months. And let's start with because they obviously have to output deals with Fox and with showtime and BBC left off with Robert. Eleni is upset win over Adam. Inaki fight that attracted an average of about one point seven million viewers which is right in line with Kananskis viewership on Fox Against Chris. Areola about six months before that overall I guess decent start of the year for Kayla plant did a decent number. You had the fury wilder pay per view a major upset with Jason. Rosario knocking off Julia. Williams not bad. So where do you think that Fox was? Guess where was when this sort of panic. Cold was specifically as it relates to Fox. Amine I think Fox's BBC's been taking their time coming back compared to top rank in ESPN and design. Which will get to later. But you know Fox has other program right now they they. They don't program sports twenty four hours a day. It's really an end. The WWE has been Continuing to put on shows on Friday night so they're not quite as desperate as some other networks are and I'm sure they WANNA come back when boxing is set up for success and they also You know boxing part of their portfolio. But it's not the top sport that they have which obviously it's the same thing as ESPN as well. So they're they're really gonNA need to hear from some of the other major sports like You Know Major League Baseball. I mean I think there's a real debate as to whether Major League baseball can have their season and Fox heavily relies on major league baseball for Saturday. Night it's for great playoff ratings for their television Audiences they do huge numbers with that so it makes sense for Fox to say. Hey let's let's we don't need a bunch of shows right away we're not starving for content right now. Let's be smart about this. And strategic about this. We might need you guys to come fill some holes later in the season.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"On in boxing and now a man who I wish was called the Boston leader. It's sort of like getting punched in the face Kris. Maddox all right. Welcome back to a special bonus episode of the SL boxing. Podcast want to release one a little bit earlier this week because I had a chance to catch up with Gareth Davies. The longtime British boxing journalist As written for the Telegraph does a lot of stuff with talksport over in the UK and garrison. I talked about everything going on in the world of British boxing like here in the US. The UK is on lockdown at the moment. No sports no boxing. But they're certainly signs that some of the major promoters like Eddie hearn or frank. Warren may get stuff going sooner rather than later. So what to get? Garrett's take on just how quickly British boxing can recover and just what we might see in the near future. Also get his thoughts on Anthony Joshua Tyson fury. That's a major fight. That could be burrowing in the next six to twelve months and bill. Saunders who was pencilled into face Canelo Alvarez in May that opposite not going to happen now. What's the future for? Billy Joe Saunders really good conversation with Gareth Davies over the last next forty. Five minutes or so quick housekeeping. Note if you like this podcast very easy way you can support it head over to apple. Podcast post a comment leave a rating. It's simple it's easy. It's free best way to make sure that we keep doing this podcast week after week. That's it all right onto my conversation with Gareth Davies are joining me now on the podcast from across the pond in the UK Gareth a Davies journalist broadcast or you know from the Telegraph and from talksport and he is now sequestered alone. Where are these days Gareth? I'm halfway between London and Cambridge a on my own in a very small village. I think come up to the thirty five Christopher So deuce on the paint me the picture of the scene right now in the UK not just necessarily with boxing but Just life itself like how is how significantly has life changed? And what does it look like right now in the UK? Well we're in the with just after a month of this great criticism of Todd Genus of reacting rather like in America of senior figures people all getting to the point of. I think they've accepted it. People have drawn on the fact. There are positives about this way. You're getting more time with your family. A chance to reflect life to slow down a little bit you and I both know we're in a very busy world and it's got accelerated fast in the last ten years and only the slowing down has probably enabled you to realize that and those. That's the thing that people Dealing with then of cool steroid these thousands and thousands and thousands of deaths. You know we're up to a thousand a day at one point so a lot of people dealing with that you know. Antoniades his His father died is fall of his mother. Died have been several other cases in boxing So I think that the slowdown is tempered with the failing Linson. Sadness of people all going through this and everybody I think is failing. I don't WanNa get this indiscriminate lottery ticket. People are very weird about how they deal with each other when they're out. I've only been out a couple of times. I had all procedure thirty five days ago. So I've got to try and isolate as much as possible but overall we've got three more weeks of this lock down and I think people are feeling that we probably won't get back to normal probably until June and then what happens with sports and that's the big question for us. Of course. Yeah it is the big question and in the US. The sentiment is that combat. Sports are the most likely to come back. I for logistical reasons. If nothing else and you know it stands to reason that it's probably the same in the UK. Now the the boxing scene out there. I mean Eddie hearn. Match Room is located out there. Frank Warren his promotional company located out. There what what is the sense? You're getting from local promoters about what they may try to do and when they may try to do it while you look at the two major ones. Eddie hearn and Frank Warren. I've interviewed both of them. And Bob Arum. In fact in the in the previous few weeks that monitoring the situation very closely the boxing board of Control or going month by month. Obviously everything's cancelled until the end of. May they allowed to have an event unless it was unlicensed? Because that's they've unsanctioned any events Robert Smith of the boxer border control till the end of. May He will have a look at it in the next couple of weeks to see if that extends into June of Kubrick who love or actually Joshua and Kubrick has already been moved to a day. The twenty fifth I believe at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Still. Don't see that happening lost Week were expecting Saturday before last. We were expecting Joe Joyce and And Daniel Dubois. That never happened is saying he's going to follow all the guidelines. Eddie hearn's bet more aggressively proactive trying to create an EA Boxing game. That hasn't come off yet you know. He's he's he's hungry with his social media can't stay off it. He's having these instagram lives. Doing impersonations think he's even been impersonating you. And I Chris some at times but I think the general feeling is the third to two sides to this they will only be able to come back when Permission allows but will they do behind closed doors at some point if it goes on too long because they won't be able to wait till October November where assuming so therefore it will be behind closed doors because will people be comforted about going into a ten thousand seats arena an eighteen thousand seats arena? I can't see anybody and I don't think they can see anybody going to a Joshua fight with all those people at a big stadium for months and months to come so probably similar things to America in. Look we in the. Us We look at boxing. Oftentimes as kind of a niche type of sport. It's still on the outside looking in of the four majors not really the case in the UK. Boxing such a major part of the fabric of sports side. I mean how. How realistic do you think it is? Because even with smaller shows Gareth is you know they still generally draw good crowds. They do pretty decent gates. I mean how realistic is it that we start to see those behind closed doors shows and and for the purposes of them are there venues in the UK that makes sense in the US. We talk about you know Full Sail University in Florida or the UFC apex in Las Vegas or some of the Indian reservations that they have in the US that aren't necessarily tied to state federal laws. Are there places like that in the UK that are being explored well. I don't know about them yet. We don't know I mean I imagine places like Bt Sports for example has a massive studio. I used to broadcast a UFC show from that. It's big enough to put on boxing event with just officials in a crew. Definitely big enough that studio so disguise bolts have enough space to be able to do that but raw the light the UFC apex. I imagine if bt sport goes ahead with its events and Behind closed and skied us. Ready hearn which oversees would be in association with zone in some way that would be at the sky studio somewhere but you know Eddie hearn might be scaping out or scoping out a big bond a big farm somewhere in Essex right now where he's going to be locked down in a bunker running stuff every week. You never know that. He never spoke to his father. Barry loss week bless his heart Had A heart attack nine days ago and he's fine. He had a stint spoke to bury a radio show last week and thankfully he's well but Barry started obviously he's the chairman of PVC donuts and do at home dots. And I reckon the as they roll that out that will be a precursor to how they look at how they're going to do behind closed doors boxing events. But you'll have done the math if you go behind closed door event and you say you've got a card with say ten fighters on it. Yeah they're still going to be one hundred and fifty people in that so they go to be covert negative. Have they all go to be tested? What's the testing procedure? You know will hospital beds like if someone gets injured. I think there's all those factors to consider which is why when the UFC wanted to do it at touchy palaces. You mentioned the American Indian native American Indian results. It seemed foolhardy tone deaf to what was going on in the world. I mean when I saw you lost in New York when we were doing something with Joan. I went off to the Mohegan. Resort with ballots from that event could have gone ahead but it was called off within four hours of the event after trump's address. So I think mark my my instinct the nuance of this for me as a human being is there's bigger things going on right now in the world then having a fight event and I know that sounds salty in a way towards fight sports but on a personal level. I draw the US. Wait till the time to come back. Where maybe we don't have crowds in September October November and it is small hole in terms of the numbers of people that I would draw their US stack up. The fights getting implant tell fighters to go to camp and maybe start from September. I don't know what you're feeling is about that. Yeah I try personally. I try not to even think about a time frame at this point. The two things the two things that have to take place before. Boxing can be considered as that. Testing has to be as available as getting it at a CVS or ordering up. Amazon like that kind of availability before you can even consider it and you have to be one hundred percent. Sure that the fight card. You're putting on doesn't risk overwhelming the healthcare system of the city that you're in like you cannot have an injured box. Sir. You know taking the bed of potential Kobe patient or or are taking the resources away from that hospital until those things happen. I'm not really thinking about everyone. I'm John Wartime senior writer at sports illustrated in our new podcast. The record we're opening up more than sixty years of the SL fall in examining our most consequential work about the moments that defined the most legendary athlete some sports. From Michael Jordan to Serena Williams. The record will tell the never before heard stories behind the stories that turned athletes into icons subscribe..

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Arabia. Hell Chocolate Tito him. Beating Calia fi chocolate data was a headliner on. Hbo You now can have chocolate. Tito headlining a show against Estrada. He could he could fight song beside for the third time trying to avenge that loss. I feel like the last month. Plus even though dissolve doesn't have those big fights on the schedule it's been really good for them because they are going to have good fights on the schedule and not kind of one sided crap which is sometimes. I've had to deal with Dave I think the one-sided crap is okay when it sets up a bigger event and I think one of the things zone is realized. I'm sure is. It's the big events are really not only what drives your subscribers. But it's what keeps the Hardcore Fan Base? Happy you know. No one's happy just seeing rang or have a couple of first round knockouts as long as we know that there's going to be the promising but bigger fight and fight Devin Haney there obviously in the ring together but let the Linares fight if you're a hardcore boxing fan. You're really excited about that. So so seeing that That's that's a great way to do it. I mean that's kind of out of that. You know Hbo Used to do a great job. With showtime to quite frankly is sort of traditional p-a-k Blur model of having guys ready to fight each other in kind of teasing out with your programming teasing out. What's GONNA come next and building and I think it's key for zone is to have just every month or two you know have a really significant bat and it had those two or three times a year? Where you have the true mega pay per view level. You know big time boxing events. That's what's going to drive their subscriber base. I don't think I think they've realized at this point that the weakened weak out boxing even when you put on good solid fights that doesn't matter as much in terms of driving subscriber base and certainly having dimitrius. Andrei wind twelve rounds. Two Zero doesn't doesn't do it either not not to pick on him. 'cause I like watching him fight but you know it eventually figuring out the big match up for him not just having him go Fight some guy that that even a hardcore fan like me is never even heard of then. You're like okay. Well that was great. But let's see if somebody really good like that. That's what you WANNA watch is is setting up those big events little inside boxing for people. There was rumors that Jamaal Charles was going to be at the fight in Dallas. This past weekend the Mikey Garcia fight. And if he was Evan I was going to interview him. And every word out of my mouth would have been Dimitrius. You ruined cheerleader. For that. Said I would have said Jamal. You looking sharp today. Have you seen to meet your Sandra Jamal? Good performance back in December against then. Have you talked to to meet Your Sandra? That would have been the extent would have been one of the weirder interviews anyone's ever and this is just. This is something. This is something that boxing as a whole is starting at the. I think you're actually seeing it. You know you're seeing a lot more across all networks. They've started to realize that. Oh if we put on you know. Even if we put on a good fighter against nobody it's not necessarily going to draw rating and we need to collaborate together to make some of these big events happen. I think like you know that's the exciting thing like you started to see a little bit more of that and we're just at the point. There's so much. Boxing content out there in this day and age to truly breakthrough. You need the bigger fights that's those Like I think we're seeing less and less right now. We were a year ago of guys making a ton of money to fight. You know fight where it's ace adverse beside and they know they'd win networks. Kinda of gotten the message that in order for them to really break through they need to make some of these bigger fights in whether whether you're in the subscriber business viewership business like with pay per view business. It's kind of same thing like it's you. You need to either work together or within your own stable. Start putting these guys in tough making bigger fights. That's what's GONNA breakthrough. I like this even on a business of boxing. Podcast I can still mentioned Dimitrius android or germ also an accomplishment. Even even for me. I haven't always appreciate it. Man always learn something when I talk to you. Thanks for joining me. People out there listening Follow Evan on twitter at fishing auto spot and threes follows podcasts as well which comes out every couple of weeks a terrific job of breaking down all the business news in box Kevin. Thanks for joining me. Ben Thanks A lot..

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"That wilder exercise that rematch? I mean look. He's GonNa make a ton of money even if the split does change for the third fight. He obviously still believes in himself based on some of the videos. We've seen the interviews that he's done but it really is Evan Leica. Let's say like a less than five month turnaround or right around five months. The turnaround to come back from a loss like that. I mean what do you think of the decision that while they're made to come back? Take that third fight. If I'm putting my manager hat on for for something like that It it still. It's I don't know what the minimum guarantee would be for the third fighter of game. Work that I know. They said SIXTY FORTY SPLIT. But they're still going to be a minimum pay each fighter. Whatever you're GONNA make it another fight isn't gonNA come close to the guarantee for that third fight. I'm sure so if you're just looking at it from a purely financial standpoint. I am not surprised at all that he and his team took the fight. I also think just from competent standpoint Deontay WILDER FOR HIMSELF. Probably needs to get in there and see if you can knock. Tyson fury down again eventually. Knock him out that you know to to regain his confidence. I can see why he want to get right back in there. If you're taking a very long term view at this especially if you put your manager head on what is best for Deontay Wilder 's career long term. I don't know that I would have gone right back into it Just maybe taken another fighter to to to build confidence backup. You can make a good case for that. The question is what what? Then are you gonNa make the third fight? You know if if you're GonNa make twenty five or thirty million dollars for the third fight right now. And if you don't agree to contractually and you're GONNA come back in after you know after you take another easier fighter to what's that guarantee can be if it's only gonNA be ten or fifteen million bucks to know you. WanNa take that that thirty five right now and maximize the revenue you can make from it and like. I said I think most reason that deontay wilder was the slight favourite at at a sports book in that most of the money coming in was actually on deontay wilder. You know a lot of people have a lot of confidence in his right hand in his sort of strategic ability throughout the fight to set it up and even if he's losing rounds not have that bother him at all and eventually landed do it you can look at the AJ. Ruiz I fight I mean. Aj took the equilibrium shot. And he came back in one the rematch There's every reason to believe that equilibrium shot in even. If if he sees prepared for this strategy new strategy from Tyson fury next time he can come back. And even. If he's getting outboxed you know have his wits about him in an eighth or ninth round just like in the first bite. Look for knockdown hopefully for deontay wilder this time. It's a knockout. Yeah in look you know. One of the things that I found interesting was new right off. The Bat said Bob. Arum said look we will move the fight to September October to give it some time to breathe if that's what they want that Arab comes back and says no the networks wanted mid July the MGM Graham Watson amid July by the way. Shout out to everyone. I'M GONNA see Summer League asking me for tickets in mid-july I enjoy telling you I have no access to any of them just to be clear on that right off the Bat But I I wondered like the conspiracy theory side of me. Evan is like did. Eddie HEARN'S IN BOB ARABS EAR. Saying you know look make this deal force them to fight in July and if you win that fight and look Eddie said he wants to do the fight with Joshua versus fury in December. Eddie says that a deal between Joshua and fury is incredibly makeable and Arum seems to be taking the same type position to that. They want to force while they're back in the ring as soon as humanly possible so they can potentially dispatch him before he's ready and and move on to other things that might be a side benefit. But I actually think these networks lake having these boxing events in dead otherwise dead periods of Tommy. What are the under looked elements to this? So we traditionally old model for boxing. Pay Per view is Cinco de Maya a Mexican Independence Day. You know you're doing a big fight. Big Pay per view event. And there's a lot of benefits to that. I mean people have it in their minds. It's your your biggest paper you buying audiences the Hispanic fanbase in injured catering right towards the fan base but there's negatives to and the negatives are that look sick on my weekend is always gonna be like first round. Nba Playoff Games six or seven. There's a Kentucky Derby that day. Nhl I think the NHL Playoffs will start by that as well. Baseball's early in the season. There's a lot going on end either. Mexican Independence Day. Weekend is usually the wake two of the. Nfl season so these aren't exactly in college. Football hasn't totally picked up at that point. But you're competing against a lot of other big events and the great thing you saw about this event is this was after NBA All Star Week. This is kind of a dead week and so it's great from a content standpoint for Fox in ESPN because they can just have their programs usually have nothing to talk about the game. Just talk about this all week. And it's a natural buildup. They don't have to split time between Nelson Footballer. This and something else and you saw that. Actually when when mayweather fought Conor McGregor did it in sort of the dregs of August and it was kind of the same thing they had like two or three weeks have just. That's all anybody talked about. Because there was nothing else to talk about and I think in July that falls into that same category where it's kind of a dead week for places like ESPN and Fox. They have a lot of benefit of doing it. Then and that it makes it easier to promote the fight using their programs on F s one in ESPN ESPN two and it. Just it just feeds the content that they that they have in they need big event content like that in in in that feeds that be so I think whatever conspiracy theories you have about fear infrastructure is GonNa win the second fight in second of all. Then you still have to make that deal which is going to be tough to make you know. I know when the money gets that big usually people figure it out. But it's still a tough deal to make you know I think that's why. Espn Fox won it for week like that in July. So whatever side benefit you're going to get from you know from Fury AJ potential. Fight that that's not the main driver. I think the main drivers is you're doing the networks want. Maybe I've been hanging around Eddie. He does like to whisper these types of theories intimate look. How it's working out is exactly how Eddie heard wants to work out. All He needs is for fury to win that third fight because he's going to have Joshua who love and I just don't see Joshua having too much of a problem with Cooper who live at the stage of dewlaps career butts that happens. The timing will line up for a December fight between those two guys and wherever that takes place that'll be just a monster monster showdown between two the biggest men and biggest stars in boxing. By the way before I let you go you know we. You mentioned a couple of times. We talked about zone schedule. One of the things I think has worked out. Great for zone. Last like two months has been the results of some of their fights have not only been like good fights like Ryan Garcia. Big knockout over Fonseca. And and you had the fight this past week with Mikey Garcia. Getting a win but it all it all sets up for bigger fights down the road like Garcia wins on the same card as Llaneras and you have a summer fight now. That may not be a mega fight or a major pay per view level fight. But it's a high level boxing. Show where you put those two on there this past weekend. We Mikey Garcia wins and you may get that fight with Mike in Saudi Arabia. But at least you have a chance of of getting that fight in Saudi.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Per view before he fought oster but he broke out fighting Oscar and that depth of opponents for the boxing hardcore fan base. The heavyweights were like. We're just so happy that it's back and that we're so happy that over the last three or four years. We've started to see some real heavyweight fights but we forget that in terms of even casual boxing fans much less general sports fans. This fight was their introduction to the heavyweight division basically or their reintroduction. You know going back last heavyweight fight but it was early. Two thousands probably a Tyson fight in the early two thousands and this was kind of their reintroduction to of this matters whereas the boxing fan base nosed. Klitschko may not have given us a lot of exciting moments but Click. Joshua was a great fight. It just happened in the United Kingdom like a ton of Klitschko fight tap in Germany. You know deontay wilder great American heavyweight. We're seeing historic power end. But he hadn't he never had Tyson fury's his first real opponent that even mainstream worthies. So don't we shouldn't let that get lost. I mean hopefully. This is the launching pad for both guys. I mean if inside the boxing where there's a wildly John t wilder might be done after this and this is no. This should be launch pad to a great fighter. He has every opportunity to to win the rematch. Because he has historic power in his right hand and they drew in the first fight. He knocked down Tyson Jerry twice in yes. Tyson period. A great strategy in the rematch. But the end. That's what if there's any regret it's the fight ended up so one sided but if you're a hardcore boxing fan you always knew that was a possibility but that's going back to play. That's what gets lost inside. People do most casual boxing fans in general sports fans. This was the introduction of the heavyweight division to them in it. The people are not going to pay eighty dollars for that introduction. I know it's just a fact and and a lot of them didn't I mean I think that you can point to so many things in in this Event where you know they. They did a really robust bar business in that kind of thing. And that's because a lot of casual fans were like. Oh this is something I want to check out because I've heard about it in. I know it's going to be significant but they looked at eighty dollars. I'm not going to buy it at home to watch alone whereas you know a lot of hardcore boxing fans have no. It's just built into the system. They have no problem doing that. Does this look you and I have talked about. Pay Per view in my feelings are pay per view are clear. I I hope it dies a slow painful death and everybody that's involved loses money over it so they don't ever want to do it again because I just don't think boxing can grow with the best fights are the best moments consistently being put on PA- even not even the best be level fights consistently being put on paper view. I don't think that's a great long term. Strategy does the outcome of a fight. Like this. And we know it's not going to affect the rematch. The fight like this. Does it move the needle at all towards networks and network executives starting to think maybe we can find a way to put this on. Linear. Tv like again the rematch will be on pay per view. We get that down the line. Like don't we want these executive start thinking about. How look we got a fire? Hose with Fox. We're GONNA fire hose with ESPN. Can we not find a way to make it financially viable to have these types of big events on network? Tv is that just impossible at this point. Debit or is or people just lazy. I think at some point we got lazy in boxing and decided to just you'll bleed the hardcore fan base as hard as we possibly could. Is there an avenue to to make boxing big-time boxing viable on on? Espn or Fox or network TV or are we just or is that just impossible at this point impossible. I never want to go the impossible route but it's it that'd be really tough sailing. I think I think what we can do is get to the point. Where incrementally you start to be able to put bigger events on network television and be able to see the gains in viewership. Cover up for whatever whatever you miss on pay per view and I think that would be a great thing for the sport but there comes a point. I would say it's somewhere in. Hopefully this is a sliding scale the heads more towards five hundred thousand buys but right now it's in two fifty to three hundred rains. You hope it moves it. Gradually moves up to about five hundred thousand where pay per views just worse way too much money. The Fighters End. Boxing needs to prove that it can get better viewership on Faxon ESPN or else. They won't get there and so maybe it starts by taking a questionable paper view and putting it onto you know network. Tv and and trying to get a great number on Fox or ESPN. Maybe there's a way where you can start taking. This is where I thought that places like his own. Espn plus Would come in and sort of take those sort of two hundred and fifty. Three hundred thousand paper view buys in and put them on digital and that's not really happened yet But you know it. The simple economics of pay per view is that at a certain point. It's just worth more money to the fighters and this isn't the fighters don't care about the sport of boxing. Hold WanNa get paid as much as possible so the risk is going to have to be on the networks in right now. Boxing isn't getting enough viewership on their regularly scheduled program to justify a higher salaries in the risk on the network side. And you hope that incremental gains can get made. But that's not the pathway right. Now Yeah Look I get it that if you are a half a million by or more fighter that I it should be on pay per view. I mean you have see does it. Of course they have tremendous success with their top guys to your point about the lesser tier. Once I was in Ontario for Charles Versus Harrison the rematch afterwards. Jamaal Charles suggests the third fight should be on pay per view. And I'm kind of scratching my head. There was like there was nobody there. First of all that fight. It was in Ontario places. And who want who? Who would buy that on paper view? Who would spend seventy five dollars for that? Like those types of fights. I just want to keep them as far as humanly possible away from paper view. And it's close to you know whether it's a love seat on Fox or ESPN but certainly F s one or are the cable networks. You've just gotTa find a way to do that. On top of the the the numbers that while they're ferreted. I WanNa ask you about the third fight between these guys. I guess tentatively. We're talking July eighteenth. That was the contract date and after suggesting for a little while that that could be moved off that date Bob. Arum said No. It's going to be on that date they're going to. Everybody wants it on that date. Who knows if that's true or not but that's when they're going to try to have it. What does that do? I mean we just saw Tyson fury completely dismantle deontay wilder and I'm not ready to rule wilder out by any stretch because when you have that kind of power you're always in it and Tyson fury as we've seen in the past when he when he gets what he wants. Sometimes he doesn't let's slide a little bit and maybe isn't as committed to the sport as as you would have been so I don't. I don't rule WHA winning that rematch but I do wonder what the interest is going to be in that rematch. On top of that. You're going to have a summer month where you ask you a baseball if you're ESPN and Fox that you're putting games on there but you certainly don't have like the Super Bowl or Nba play-offs or things. Like that. I mean what do you make of what that fight could do financially the third time around so I think I think if they activate the cable systems in a way that they didn't really do for the second fight I actually think they could make a lot of is there For the third fight on that end. So that's the good news that I think there are. There are buys That they can get that they didn't get to the second one that they can get for the third from the cable system. If they do a better job there but it would. It's really gonNA take is a really well thought out Sale of the fight in terms of of why people need to see third fighting. This is something that historically. Hbo Showtime Have Done Really. Really well with their shoulder. Program you get the papers. Have a deep institutional knowledge of the sport. In what motivates? Not only the fighters. But what motivates the core in the casual fan base? And if they do a great job on that front than I think they can get close to what they did last close to that eight eight fifty number but you have to think most of the casual fans who saw this for the first time didn't understand that especially the first two rounds. Deontay wilder power was such that he could have ended the fight. It could've easily ended the other way and ESPN and Fox. Both need to do a really good job. Selling that deontay wilder has you know is back mentally can land that right handed any moment in that you bats that sort of fear of missing out or or that tense ability to the other. Has You know he he could just come off in lose five or six rounds like he did against Louis Rematch. And then all of a sudden boom he lands his shot and it can be over and they need to be able to Bake that into the shoulder programming end all the great stuff that they did the second fight with By activating their entire afternoon programming in all the other shows that they have some of that is tough because allies personalities. Don't know boxing that well. So you're going to be really reliant on the people that do to push that narrative in that's whittle convince fans to buy the third fight..

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Not only is it illegal. I think it's like a moral basically to watch something. But you know the pirate something that you're taking money out of the fighters pockets. Basically I understand what you're never gonNA be able to fully police it An at pay per view prices. I don't think there's not a ton of people who are out there who are going to watch it. Who were ready to pay for it. I mean if you're watching at home or you're doing a party or something like that. A pirated stream isn't reliable. So you know. There's there's a certain part with that kind of acting kind of ends but one of the things digital digital makes piracy a lot easier and so you do question especially with some of the youtube stuff you know. Don't really and that's why when I talked. I think we've talked about. This is well. This can't be a one off thing because this is a one off thing for you to fight than it's easy to pirate because no one thinks oh I have. I'm a fan of these kinds of youtube fights. I need to subscribe to zone. They stink. Oh I WANNA watch this. This is how I can watch this. But if they understand there's going to be four five of these year or whatever then they themselves okay. So I'm on subscribe to disown. This is worth it a do. It will have a solid the build up into the shoulder programming. Build UP I want. I want to make sure the stream works the whole time so that theoretically as part of the other than I think the UFC has done a really good job of staying on top of the piracy issues. But you've got to remain vigilant and there's no easy solution out there for it. Yeah I think piracy sucks. I also think that I agree with you. That people that are looking at a pirated stream were never going to buy something to begin with. I mean what was that video that was out there in Youtube of people watching a fight through the reflection of somebody sunglasses that and at the time I saw it on on some stream somewhere like you know the fuckers. That are watching. That are not buying anything. They're just not like if you're if you're willing to get a if you think you're getting equality experience watching a fight through the reflection on somebody sunglasses. I I got a first of all. Get a life second. You were never going to be in that that That buying mic. So you do want to see them. Be Vigilant you say said. Crackdown all that. But with the understanding that I would say ninety percent of the people that are trying to pirate this stuff. We're probably never GONNA do it to begin with so it. We'll see they're going to have to be created with all this because you do want to direct as many people subscribe as humanly possible. I'm all right. Let's turn for Second Evan. To to the fury wilder stuff and the numbers start to trickle out last week and I think we have a pretty clear idea of how that fight performed around eight hundred eight hundred fifty thousand give or take either way for or the final numbers for the pay per view the digital numbers especially on ESPN plus from what I was told they. Over performed up the numbers on the in demand and the cable company operators they underperformed. And that's what led to that number that number at least from what I was told by people involved with the fight. They they wanted to hit like a million a million one and that would be kind of their break. Even number eight fifty. If you want to top it out that comes in below that you know the stuff better than I do. Evan your reaction to to all those numbers and what it means. Well I think it is hard to come up with a break even number before you actually look at. What kind of buys you're talking about. Because a digital by is worth a lot more than a cable by in a lot of instances but it really depends because each cable system is going to have a different. A different percentage split based on how much they're supporting the event so some cable systems For satellite to they might do a lot of things in support of the event and the split is not as favourable for the fight. But they're actually doing a lot to advertise in market the event some cable companies might do almost nothing to do it in their split is going to end up being much closer to what the digital split is going to be so it's really tough to know what that break even number. Is You know ahead of time you can. You can estimates from my understanding. Was that it and it also. The other thing to take into account is our Fox in. Espn charging the on Air Marketing. They're doing for the fight like are they charging it against the promotion which I don't think they are so a super bowl ad. Well that's that's great but is Fox looking at that as we could have sold this for three million bucks or was always going to go to promote some kind of Fox show anyways. Let's give it to the pay per view where hopefully that publicizes it to the point where we can make more money back so whether it made money or not really comes in. I guess the biggest factors guaranteeing the fighter purses is it the promotion Is it. He's promotional companies at the network. You're really starting to get into accountant. Land on that and I don't WanNA put your viewers to sleep go into a lot of that but I do think eight fifty is probably a little bit below what they were hoping for based on how the digital performance was. I think you can definitely make a case that everybody's GonNa walk away. Relatively happy navy wishing could have been little bit higher. The million mark just sounds a lot cleaner and I think the big takeaway you want that you want. Espn and Fox to to do what they did. Last I mean they. They really did a great job on. They're on Fox. Espn of promoting this fight in a nets. That shouldn't be lost in Shuffler here. I mean there was a huge commitment from both networks to do that. And that's a positive thing for the sport. You don't want them to come away feeling option done better. We don't want to do a quick like that again like that really was important for both heavyweights. I mean these are not boxing. Fans you these guys starts in the United States wilder interior not household names. You know they. They really weren't anytime. You do. A pay per view where three hundred twenty five thousand buys in the first fight. Those aren't household names to get. Hopefully they are now but you know they weren't well this. This is something I've I've told people that have said. Oh man only did eight hundred fifty thousand buys. That's disappointing. This was a great fight and on paper for boxing diehards. They had to love it. It's a meaningful heavyweight fight but and you know this well from. Hbo One of the things that made floyd mayweather and Manny Pacquiao. And some of the Even Miguel. Cotto like around the million. Plus you pay per view by guys was because they had a depth of a body of work like they had spent years becoming those types of stars by fighting some of the best by fighting Ricky Hatton for both mayweather in Paki our Miguel Koto for pack Ya and Antonio Margarito and mayweather. Even before he fought. Delahoya was building a brand for himself. Fighting Diego Corrales Arturo Gatti and becoming these types of names. You like Middle America and nontraditional. Boxing Areas Deontay wilder is like they just don't like the there haven't been enough high profile fights that he's been in to kind of develop that following. I think that's would. Would I take away from most this? I think it's a solid number. I mean I personally don't well. I will discuss this in a second feelings on pay per view but the the you know. I don't care what what how much money somebody made. I watched the fight. I liked the fight. I wish there are more of those types of fights but the reason these things don't zoom past a million buys her gold near the two million that Bob Arum was. Projecting is because these guys. I'm fought anybody. And they don't have the depth of opponents. I don't think right well. They don't have the depth opponents that patio and mayweather and Koto and even Kello has had during their peak pay per view days. And and that's you're right about that and that's what people forget here is that you know floyd broke out by flay was already fighting. Pay.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Is for disowns business in the US but like he does Wanna fight in Japan. Murad is going to be there. That's a mega event in Japan and the awareness that can can bring for disown in that market is. It's unparalleled like I don't think there's anything else that could bring that type of attention of their if Cannella decides he wants to fight in the UK in two thousand twenty one against like Callum Smith or somebody that's popular over there at that point he'd all of a sudden driver for subscribers there. I mean he is like it currently in the US. He is a subscription driving machine and he can be even more. I think of a global driving machine if they keep spreading him around the world when you look back at his deal I thought at the time before I even asked before I even found out that they had as worldwide rights. I thought at the time the deal was steel for zone. I mean you look at it in a lot of money to guarantee So it is. I understand why he would take a deal like that because if he does lose you know he's still a he's still really well covered but I think he would have made more money than thirty five million a fight just by going through the traditional pay per view model in the United States. fight you know. Yes he would have had lost a key. Fight here or there. Maybe that would have gone down but I think he would have done better than thirty. Five million perfect just using that model now when you factor in disown is going to be able to use him to build this worldwide subscriber base. Disown is looking at it from a overall company value. Stamp went in the most important thing they can do for that is double or triple their their total worldwide subscribers in in a perfect world if they correctly. Connecticut do that almost on its own. You know so. He's just so incredibly valuable to them for what they're trying to do in India and you look back at that contract I I agree. I think they got him for a great price I got. They got him for a great price. You know what else is interesting to me about this too? Is that one thing that global expansion is going to require is a degree of patients. Because you know we talk about getting into the UK market. I think it's like eighteen months before the rights to the matchroom shows come up from Sky. I don't know what can ellos deal is with free. Tv and Mexico. But I. I assume that's got time left on on its contract so you've got to kind of wait some of the stuff outright before you can jump in and and become the primary broadcaster in big markets of the fights that that you want to do so it the suggestion and Joe Markovski's been quoted in a lot of places vice president over zone. He's because a lot of places saying like look. Everybody thinks we're getting out of the box business. We're not we've got four years left on the golden boy deal. They continued to call. Eddie hearn's deal eight year deal so you know. Take that for what it's worth but it does sound like they're going to have to be patient right to to kind of wait out some of these contracts. Well that's I think that's what you know I. I don't know the answer that my understanding when I talked with them back in late two thousand eighteen about it was that at that moment they had his they had Kino's worldwide rights so whether pre existing deal set up on that that they're now selling off market by market. Obviously the key when there is going to be whatever deal. A canal had a Mexican free television and I think with that used to be was it. They would show the fights on a two hour delay or you know on on free television a not one hundred percent on that but I believe that's what it used to be but if you have as robot rights I mean you can do. I would imagine that you can do whatever you want with that. So that could literally be in play in May now. Maybe there's going to be some kind of transition period or maybe some of these deals are pre existing but they have canal a lot more fights so whatever that's GonNa be a they're gonNA get a chance to explain it in and that's that's been the plant you know so the fact this is taking place. Now that's what they've been setting up. It shouldn't surprise anybody. I think you know in in the boxing world. No-one has valued international rights to be that important for a long period of time so That's why they were able to get these rights in now. They're you know this is the swing this is to find out. Are these really going to be or not. I would lean towards. I think they will be valuable I don't know how valuable each subscriber they're going to acquire as they may acquire a Lotta subscribers. Who Don't pay a premium monthly fee But obviously that goes back to what you're talking about the UK market that's why markets. So important you know. They're they're already pretty big in Japan so Japan it's more about adding value to your current customer base but in the UK. You're coming into takeover. So that's that's that's a really important piece so the bottom line for us fans listening to this podcast that you will more like the not get some more afternoon. International shows featuring the likes of Golob skin and and others most likely against some lesser tier opponents. But I still think you'll see the biggest fights take place on the US shores. I don't think that's going to change anytime soon. So I bet you never realized how much soccer mattress firm semi annual sale. Having common soccer has clutch saves and free kicks and mattress. Firm has huge savings and free adjustable bases when you spend six hundred ninety nine dollars or more and right now you can save up to four hundred dollars on America's best selling brands and take home a free adjustable base when you spend six hundred ninety nine dollars. It's time to elevate your sleep and save like a champion when you do anything else about this deal Evan. That struck you that you found interesting. Or you're kinda wondering how it's GonNa play out. I do think given the talk about the piracy from the last pay per view. I do think how they work. How they deal with piracy issues worldwide is going. Be Interesting to me. Because Bat. That's been something traditionally. That's been hard to to police. Especially you know when you're talking about putting digital content but it you know they're able to do it and if they have a plan for it than great so I'm I'm very curious as to how they're gonNA work part of it And and there's GonNa be certain markets where they don't have subscriber growth because of the piracy but That's that's my biggest question that comes as it's it's it's what countries have the infrastructure to support this Right now in. Are you gonNA face these kinds of piracy issues in there? I'm sure look. This isn't new. This is only new in sports. This isn't new in terms of content companies that streaming worldwide. I mean there's plenty of companies who've been doing this now for a while so this is this is new in sports. That's that's one of the things to understand I. I used to buy bootleg movies at the corner in New York. I I know piracy extremely well is there but I mean you're in this side of the business like is there a look. There was piracy and I want to get to this with fury and wilder. There's piracy involving that fight. I know there was significant piracy with the Youtube Fighters Logan Paul and then Jake Ball with some of their fights I mean. Is there a solution? That's out there is. The is are the people that are pirating. All this stuff they just much smarter and able to get around things faster than the companies that want to catch them. Well there's there's a theory and I think especially with you know you're talking about pay per view especially at paper prices. There's long been a theory that most of the people that pirate a pay per view fight. Were never planning on buying it anyways. So you WanNa shut it down especially just to be able to police that because you don't want people who are willing to pay for your intellectual property to the and I take a very strong viewpoint on this I think. Look at this is intellectual property you should be purchasing it and you know it's.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Do it. So I you know I look at that as that might make sense even anyway before you get into the conversation about building sub base but that's what zone is interested. I mean they're really interested in building that worldwide subscriber base. Yeah and one of the things to for. Us fans that. I think you have to take into account as you look back at the age avery. We fight from December and that was an afternoon fight in the US up against the SEC. Championship game so it had some competition in that timeslot but was pretty happy with the end result of what they got in terms subscriptions from that fight especially happy when you consider that the cost was a fraction of what it would have been had that fight taking place at say. Madison Square Garden or in Las Vegas. I mean from my understanding is that edgy released cost them. Like four million dollars for the total worldwide rights it probably would have cost in excess of twenty million dollars if it had been taken place in the United States. So you gotTa look at Bang for your buck there. I think they got pretty good. Bang for their buck on. Aga Ruiz and a select number of fights that are really pricey and Mike Garcia Manny. Pacquiao might is probably going to be one of those fights. I mean there are a lot of layers to that mean. Patios tax tax issues are part of that equation. But you know if if that's the case if you have a midsummer late afternoon eastern time fight between Paki out and Mikey Garcia. That only cost you disown a few million dollars and they get their money from the Saudi government. I would think Evan. That's that's probably a win zone. It's definitely a win. The yeah that's definitely when I mean when talking about I mean the. Aj released by eight. That was made for less money than God. Like some of the some of the fights like look the Ramirez Hooker. Fight was great fighting. I loved it but I think they did. You know agent release two for less than that total so if you look at how many it was definitely six figures subscriber gain Which means a lot to zone right now in terms of the US subscriber base is probably that eight hundred to a million range so that's a huge percentage increase. I mean it just especially when you start looking at bigger tech companies in how much it costs to get a new subscribers especially in the United States the cost astronomical right now And that's the goal. The goal is to scale as quickly as possible. You know the goal that's what these streaming companies are trying to do in the ability to scale worldwide. I mean look. This was an issue that back when I worked at. Hbo The Whole Company faced. Hbo Hit traditionally sold all of its series. They basically sold off the foreign rights to each show and while that looks good on your accounting papers because it basically brings. The net cost down to close to zero in some cases. What netflix figured out is? It's probably better just to build your brand worldwide and have the show costs more but own the worldwide rights to to everything. And then that way you just. You put your content out there and you're in a race to get as many subscribers as quickly as possible and then all of a sudden you know you wake up one day. It's not like Netflix was worth more than. Hbo Is Worth More than all of Time Warner so you call this a big swing by disown. Which certainly implies that if they miss on this big swing. There's significant downside. Where where do you see the risk in all this well Duh? The risk is that it's boxing and they're you know I think they're picking boxing because no one's really organized this well in the past and done this well You know I think if it turns out that a lot less people than they think are interested in subscribing to a combat sport based company worldwide. It might be tough to show how they're gonNA increase their total subscriber base. I mean I know that they're still gonNA WANNA make a big play for the. Us market no matter. What but this. This could work out really really well for them and I think some of it depends on how they price it in. How many events are really gonNA come to certain parts of the world where where? There's a lot of opportunity. I think. Look anytime you're doing. Something digital piracy issues are going to be huge. They're gonNA have to really police that well especially in certain markets so there. Are you know? This isn't an automatic. Home run traditionally. The boxing market for international has only been robust for really really big events. But one of the things you like about this is. You're selling the whole schedule. Not just one event here or one event there You're selling the whole schedule worldwide. So they're taking a gamble that that is going to end up making people subscribe and that's going to really add value for people around the world when I I. I got wind of this deal. One of the questions I had and one of the things I think that could make or break. It is is the ability to kind of become the the broadcaster for boxing the UK and that would involve pushing sky sports out of the match room boxing business. I firmly believe that is the plan for zone because their relationship with Eddie hearn and their understanding of just how big boxing is in the British landscape. But do you look at it. The same way as that being kind of pivotal moment or a pivotal turning point for disown. Can they become the the top boxing broadcaster in the UK? I think like that's the. Uk is by far the the biggest. They need to win that market. Absolutely but you're also going to look at. How are they gonNA do in places like Germany? How in places like Mexico There's a lot of other places where you can really see them. You know what we're talking about the AJ released by adding a couple hundred thousand in the United States in. That's a big deal. One cannella fight could add millions of subscribers in Mexico if they do correctly in. Aj fight in the UK. If they do it correctly can also add billions of subscribers in at a you know the UK. I'm sure they charge a premium price. I think I think it's five pounds or something like that I. I'm not exactly sure about that day. You know they're gonNA price it market by market so if in UK is clearly number one in that is going to require. They'RE GONNA have to change up the system there. So that's that's a that's going to be a battle. There's no question about it but there's other markets to some of it depends you i. I've talked to this. I've talked about the subject with the guys zone for a while. Now and it's not every country has the infrastructure needed to do this kind of thing in you know there's GonNa be some countries out there that don't have great. Wi Fi in they don't just like literally physical infrastructure issues. That could be problematic going forward. But obviously at a certain point you just can't you can't enter market by marketing. Just doing the whole thing in. This is what they did there. They're going for the worldwide swing end. So we'll see. I mean that you know I would if I were them. I would be optimistic I think they've done it responsibly. In terms of wrapping up allow worldwide. But you know going back to the to the UK like that's the critical one. There's no doubt about it you know. Boxing is a great business in the United Kingdom the UK has a ton of great fighters right now and you can stage events in the UK in fact in the US. We've probably been stealing a lot of events from the UK and in those guys are waiting to longer have to watch it at four. Am or five Amit. You know the fact that there's still such a robust per view market for fights that early in the morning shows how crazy. How fanatical The the boxing market is in the UK. Right now you mentioned the infrastructure for some countries like how about this country like I go up to Vermont. I have a place up there. I can't watch zone. I live I live. I live at a booker up there. It's where my house is. You know it's not in the middle of nowhere by any stretch but you got like these the only service you can get of these data these data services data plans that you don't have traditional broadband. I and a lot of place in this country I went to Williams College. I'm very familiar with the BERKSHIRES. In northwestern I used to be able to run in run through Vermont. New York in Massachusetts in the same Rut. So I'm very familiar with without the due to promote beautiful place. But yes look you're gonNA see issues like that on a countrywide basis basically and so it's not gonna be for everybody right now but I think there is. There are GONNA be markets that can't sustain it in in they should see some huge Subscriber growth if you know if they do it correctly it's all said and that's what the market the marketing costs of doing. You know they'd had issues just getting awareness in the United States Up and running and so you got to do this now worldwide. I mean that's a really that's A. That's a costly. That's a tough thing so that you really relying on the events generating earned media rather than having to go and do a paid media plan in every single market. I mean that's one of the issues too and this is where Evan I think can continue to be a pretty good deal for them despite the fact that he makes as much money as he makes God knows what they might have to pay him on top of his current contractors to get him in the wrinkle off because I think we all know how paramount that.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Going on in boxing and now a man who I wish was called the Boston leader. It's sort of like getting punched in the face. All right. Welcome back to other episode of the SL boxing. Podcasts glad you could join this week and We're going to get back into the business of boxing. There's been some good fights over the last couple of weeks. Some really good fights to come in April and May but some significant sort of business. He stuff going on. I WanNa talk about that. What it means for boxing moving forward and no better guy to talk to about all that that ever. Hausky the former. Hbo Marketing Executive. He's got his own podcast as well as a lot of things in the world of boxing. Today Evan. Thanks for joining me. Once again for these types of discussions and Well I guess right off the Bat Evan. I want to talk about the announcement this week. That is going global disown. The streaming service which For everybody out there. That doesn't know this. I am part of the boxing. Broadcast team will put that caveat into this conversation with his own op but they have decided that they are going to just go completely crazy. When it comes to expanding into different markets currently they are in nine markets. They made a big splash by jumping into the United States boxing market. They will be in two hundred at some point in the very near future. May Second. The data cal has pencilled in offer his next bite. That expect to be the launch point of this expansion for disown. They're focusing almost entirely on boxing. At this point when it comes to this expansion which is good news for boxing fans if it means that they're going to be doubling down on their investment in the sport but it's certainly created a lot of conversation. Evan in the boxing community. But what this means for boxing. What means for boxing in the US? I guess give me your first reaction to disowns announcement and what it means for the sport. Well I think I think for the first reaction is this is a really big swing by his own and you you have to admire the risks that they're taking here but if you've been paying attention the whole time you could kind of see that they were building to this. I mean they you know. I've been talking about than having casinos worldwide rights since they initially signed that deal with Camello en there's really only one logical conclusion to having that because his. Us rights are obviously the most lucrative rights that are out there. But there's plenty of other markets around the world where having canal or Anthony Joshua who I I. I don't think they have Anthony Joshua's worldwide rights as of right now but obviously they're they're going. They're planning on pursuing that. This is what they're building towards though. I mean they're taking a big bet on boxing. They're doubling gaming. They might be tripling. Quadrupling down at you know to your point up there Up Top and it's you know. I think like the first reaction. Just take a step back in see. What a big sweetness is like. This is really betting on the worldwide market in what we've known in. Boxing historically is boxing does travel well. It's a popular sport but there's really been a lack of infrastructure Other than a top few markets to really monetize the sport in they're taking a big swing in obviously what they're betting on is that initially whatever extra cash flow they would get by selling off. Canales Rights or whoever's writes In certain markets that they're GONNA to make up for by adding subscribers in those markets. And and that's a big risk but there's huge potential rewards for it. I mean obviously the worldwide subscriber base is. What's most important to them right now. And ultimately it's going to be great for the sport of Boxing Boxing. Really GonNA benefit from this. So yeah I mean let. Let's talk about how boxing benefits from that. I guess in the context to of what it means for big time boxing in the US. I mean right in the press. Release that zone put out there. It did say that they look forward to putting on international events and I think a Lotta people myself included looked at that and wondered. Would this mean fewer events that took place in the United States that we've already seen them kind of trend in this direction? You had the big fight between Anthony Joshua Andy. Ruis take plates in Saudi Arabia. The rematch of course take place in Saudi Arabia. They do a lot of business with Eddie hearn's company where the UK fights are broadcast in the afternoon here in the US. And I think one question I had. Evan was would we see more major events take place outside of the US and what that would mean for the US market in other words when they take a big swing at the global market. Does this mean that. They're they're less concerned about the. Us market well. The short answer to that is yet. You'RE GONNA see you're GonNa see it where you should see more bigger event outside the US market. I went into that but most of the business of boxing is based in the United States or the UK. So I I think what we've done with. Boxing is done in the past as a sport in some of this just because of lack of infrastructures. They say oh well. The biggest market is the United States. So even if the fighter is foreign let's go build him up in the United States and I think what zones thinking is will there's look let's use an example like Manny Pacquiao for instance like will there's probably a huge subscriber base who would love to subscribe to zone in Southeast Asia especially but you know in Asia as a whole and if you do an event out there you can still time it so that it's primetime in the US market that creates a lot of earned media publicity for zone in in those areas and probably increases their worldwide subscriber base. You know in a way that having many patio event in the United States may not. Now that's a I don't WanNa get too specific with the examples but you can already see how this could go like if if you do a Cannella event versus a UK fighter in the U. K. That's a great way to bill. Your beverly stare a Japanese fighter in Japan. These are all fights that we've been talking about for May second for Canelo. Those are those are great ways to build your subscriber base. Or if you already have a big subscriber-based give you know? Give subscriber base a ton of value in reinforcer place in the marketplace. What does it mean for? The United States will look I mean most of the promotional companies are all based here anyways. So they're they're gonna be doing the business. It's just that you're going to. Ideally what's more of a robust marketplace especially for the TV? And if if you're a fan of watching it on TV some of these events are gonNA happen earlier in the day. There's no doubt about it or later in the day weird hours but And we've already seen some of that on his own but some of these events are also it's the biggest event they'll move it so that it's time in the United States like they traditionally done it leaked on pay per views before from places that aren't based in the United States in in. Boxing has a tradition of doing this. So I think this isn't brand new But they're doing it to increase their subscriber base. So I don't think a whole lot would change but you will definitely see some events now come on at different times from from different places in my understanding. Evan is that as much as anything. You will see kind of the mandatory challenges that some of their top guys have take place outside of the United States so using Goffin as an example. He's got a mandatory challenge Coming up at coming up against zero medoff who there isn't a person walking in the US that would be able to pick out of a lineup. Like they're just doesn't happen and that's a fight that if they did it in say Chicago. They spend a lot of money on it because often costs a lot of money and probably not gain any new subscribers out of it it just. It just doesn't work that way. If they decide to put that fighting Khazakstan it costs them a lot less money. The KHAZAR government would put up a ton of money for it and wild. That would be streamed in the afternoon. I think the thinking is and I tend to agree with it that you would still would get as much value from a subscriber perspective as you would by putting it in the United States given the opponent so I think you'll see a ton of mandatory. Take place outside of the. Us take advantage of governments and and different locations willing to put up real money just to get this top tier fighter to fight their galactic and of course from Kazakhstan that would be a major event in that country. Certainly much bigger event that it would be here in Chicago so I think that's the kind of stuff that you're more likely to see more of Ford. I still think like your Cannella. Gothic in is not going to Kazakhstan like if that happens in September. It will be in Las Vegas no question about it. I think you will still get the top tier fights that should be in. The United States will take place in the United States up lesser fights though people need to get used to the idea of that them taking place in the afternoon and to be fair top. Rank has talked about doing this with ESPN just to increase their gates. So this is an idea that make sense in terms of just pure boxing business before you even factor in what does own is going to gain in a subscriber base. Because you'd have to think not only does Galore can event do a great gate or a? You know certainly delivers an exciting crowd. Whether it's a government sponsored gate or or whether people are actually paying big money for it but you'd have to think depending on how prices the market of Kazakhstan. That's almost a universal. Subscribe in the country. I'm sure huge percentage of the country. If that's the only way they can get it are going to subscribe to disown. And if you talk about building your subscriber-based worldwide. That's that's an incredible way to.

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