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Thread: PPV dead in 2020?

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    PPV dead in 2020?

    Do you think that PPV will die sometime in the next few years?

    How can the UFC defend charging money for PPV with the WWE not advertising PPVs (though they still sell them) and instead asking people to subscribe to their the WWE network. And now that Canelo signed that 11 fight deal with DAZN, I would expect other boxing promotions to do the same thing. At that point I don't understand how much longer the UFC will be able to defend asking the public to purchase PPVs.

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    I don't. The UFC just did almost 3M buys

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    Sean I would be hesitant to think what happen a couple weeks ago when looking at stuff a few years from now. That is a mistake that too many people make when analyzing economics in the corporate world. I see the trend with the WWE network and DAZN. Once more boxers do the same thing with another or the same streaming services I dont see how the UFC bucks that trend over the longterm.

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