DAZN had a rock solid weekend and, to me, highlighted once again why PPV cards are almost never worth the cost. I got to watch Jesse Vargas vs. Humberto Soto, Daniel Roman vs. T.J. Doheny, and Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs. Juan Francisco Estrada in one night. A card that shit all over that Crawford vs. Khan farce. Tell me when is the last time you saw three good scraps like that after paying $65.99? The next day I got WBSS action, which further added to my weekend’s value.
For me, I will just keeping using my money democratically and putting the dollars where they count.
In regard to the WBSS, however, I have mixed feelings about seeing Donaire in the final. I really like the guy and he’s the only athlete I trust as clean, but he’s entered on two injuries. Still, he’s a genuine puncher and if he gets Inoue, I hope he goes and gets it.
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The guy who made this up.
Hurd made his way all the to #1 at 154 by bumming it up.
Like any popular fighter, Anthony Joshua draws both unnecessary admiration and disdain. Here you see the latter example. Anyone can pick apart a resume by highlighting shortcomings but when you cut through the crap, Joshua has beaten as many, if not more top-10 fighters than Fury and Wilder combined. Andy Ruiz Jr. is also a quality late sub, as well. He was in the top-10 himself before he had a bout of inactivity.