HBO PPV Announcers Disagree On MMA

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zephead
5/6/07 9:51:03AM
It’s over, finally after weeks of pontification by many fans and experts, the question was seemingly answered, did Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s highly-anticipated match-up prove to be the savior of boxing in the eyes of the general public?



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keith-hackney1
5/6/07 5:16:18PM

Posted by zephead

It’s over, finally after weeks of pontification by many fans and experts, the question was seemingly answered, did Oscar De La Hoya and Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s highly-anticipated match-up prove to be the savior of boxing in the eyes of the general public?



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Thats probebly the biggest fight boxing had left, now its over, what ammunition they got left for the next boxing ppv event ??
wont top the ufc !!!!!!
glennroad
5/7/07 12:43:27AM
Apperantly it was a good fight, but how many people actually watched it and how many people just checked the results the next day? If that was boxings last chance, it did about as well as France's big stand in WWII. MMA is the sport of the future, and the present.
warglory
5/7/07 11:12:31AM
I want to see any boxing card, the best that they can currently throw at us, go up against the card UFC has set up for 73, and we'll truly see what is up in the world of combat sports.
methodman_90
5/7/07 2:00:39PM
Boxing isnt done yet, but its slowly fading and UFC 73 might prove that
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