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    Default Re: Studio Boxing? A short term solution

    Rick Glaser is saying that, when boxing comes back, that it will be in a TV only, no live audience. The expectation is that the fighters will make less, due to there being no money from the live gate, the TV numbers will be through the roof, so the increase in recognition will pay off down the road.

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    Default Re: Studio Boxing? A short term solution

    Quote Originally Posted by greynotsoold View Post
    Rick Glaser is saying that, when boxing comes back, that it will be in a TV only, no live audience. The expectation is that the fighters will make less, due to there being no money from the live gate, the TV numbers will be through the roof, so the increase in recognition will pay off down the road.
    The increase in TV viewers should also mean the boxers get compensated more?
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    Default Re: Studio Boxing? A short term solution

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
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    Rick Glaser is saying that, when boxing comes back, that it will be in a TV only, no live audience. The expectation is that the fighters will make less, due to there being no money from the live gate, the TV numbers will be through the roof, so the increase in recognition will pay off down the road.
    The increase in TV viewers should also mean the boxers get compensated more?
    Probably not at first but down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greynotsoold View Post
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    Rick Glaser is saying that, when boxing comes back, that it will be in a TV only, no live audience. The expectation is that the fighters will make less, due to there being no money from the live gate, the TV numbers will be through the roof, so the increase in recognition will pay off down the road.
    The increase in TV viewers should also mean the boxers get compensated more?
    Probably not at first but down the road.
    I think the boxers are getting screwed if they get less pay. TV companies will be making a lot of money from advertisers with the increase in audience and demand for live events. I think the promoters are pocketing the money.
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    Default Re: Studio Boxing? A short term solution

    i caught about five minutes of one of the wwe studio shows. so wrestlers are immune to covid 19? the ref was also getting closer than six feet & the commentators weren't social distancing either
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    Default Re: Studio Boxing? A short term solution

    Top Rank is working on resuming boxing in June. The fights will be in a studio setting, no audience, 3 shows a week on ESPN and the ESPN app.

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